A look at the impact of American involvement in World War 1 through the people who served in it.
Here are my favorites from behind the scenes.
Dave's overwhelmingly depressing top ten films of 2006.
A week's worth of love and romance countered with the ugliness of a custody battle.
The Academy Award-winning film is given a worthy DVD treatment that examines its creation.
My continuing look back at 2006.
Ivan Thompson isn’t only the president of his romance business; he’s also a member.
What, no 24?
... curl up on the sofa with a friend and a hot toddy and weep away together.
Thank you for noticing my review!
Brick is a present-day take on the enigmatic style of The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep that – above all – champions mood, mystery, and dialogue.
Spotting trends among the outstanding movies of the year - plus a few goodies you may have missed.
This classic Korean film is scary and beautiful. Did I say 'scary'? It is.
MacGruber! He's a friggin' genius! MACGRUBER!
The greatest film comedy ever made gets a gorgeous video makeover.
These are two stories not immediately, inextricably linked, and neither meaty enough to justify the expectations based on the stunning visual styling.
A snake-creature and a hideous puppet fail to make these horror tales any more than dark fairy tales.
Dexter had a nice Christmas after all.
Gram Parsons hijacks The Byrds and helps to create a country classic in 1968
One-Off RATM show, Vonage offers free phone calls and Nightwatchman gets release date in today's update.
Eartha is the purrrfect name for a woman whose nature is as rich, grounded, and sensual as the earth itself.
The goodie bag contains all sorts of digital treats for Blogcritics Magazine readers. Enjoy!
Rumors are swirling that the tracklist for Chines Democracy has been set...
Another piece of jangle-pop prehistory gets released.
If one were to judge West London by The Good, The Bad, And The Queen one would think of it as perpetually raining and depressed.
Who is the best hip-hop band on the planet? My Opinion may surprise you!
An evening of metal music is a thing of beauty.
Overall, a good effort for a debut album, and if you're a fan of Brazilian jazz, it’s well worth a listen.
Storm Worm, Symantec, and Java in this weeks BugBlog.
Through personal stories, we begin to understand the challenge of living with hyphenated identities in America.
Sita is no damsel in distress; instead, she is a warrior princess! Fiercely independent and courageous, she is probably the best thing in the book.
With humor, wit and style, David Pogue guides you through the maze of changes to get you up to speed with Windows Vista.
The daily study aid for info junkies.
There are many books about the Supreme Court, but they were written in a language we poor mortals cannot understand. Michael Trachtman has changed that.
A quarterly magazine aimed at the tavern owner and bartender, filled with cocktail recipes and other useful info.
Not just stories about a boy, a bra, and a booty call - these stories also bring out the passions and delusions, too.
These connected short stories about doctors in training come together as a highly satisfying whole.
"I was a single mother to an adorable son for the past four years."
mental_floss question of the day.
Australians are united in anger over a ban on their own flag because of fears it might incite race riots.
Palestinian exports are a small market, but with our help they could be big in ending Palestinian poverty.
How it would look if a Republican sent out a letter saying that Republicans needed to rally around one candidate or a black guy might win?
Landing with Seattle raises a few eyebrows, none more so than UW coach Tyrone Willingham.
In this week's Rock Slide: Chase Utley is rich, Jeff Samardzija is hard to spell, and the NHL hates Rory.
Sunday afternoon, the RedHawks not only won the weekend series with the Buckeyes but also the season series.
Gamers have the chance to fill in for 2Moons characters.
Konami takes a flagship franchise to the next level.
The choice is here for those looking to dive into a new format as cheaply and easily as possible.
Or why when the Xbox Live Arcade works, it's the best thing in the industry.
You know you hate each other when you go at it with cards ...
Apparently zombies and snow pirates are the key to a successful company.
The Pursuit Force looks once again to leap from vehicle to vehicle in the name of Extreme Justice.
EA hopes gamers have a blast with its downloadable debut.
EA prepares next wall-to-wall football effort.