If you can handle The Number 23, then you might win a pretty cool prize pack from New Line Cinemas!
The series finale leaves us hanging from a very tall cliff.
The Academy got it right this time. Flags deserved to be left off, and Iwo Jima deserved the nod.
A strange mixture of drama and games, Heart Under Blade is serious enough to take seriously, and fun enough to enjoy.
Though stereotypical, this engaging and funny sitcom is worth a look.
Since when does Mos Def sound like he inhaled helium?
I may not have amnesia, but I did find it pretty forgettable.
You've got snakes. You've got a plane. You've got Samuel L. Jackson. Let the party commence.
This is a decent, tragic drama about the partitioning of India, but it doesn't feel fully realized.
While it will not likely win many awards, it is still a first class film and well worth watching.
Paula Abdul is acting unstable, so we're bringing in Courtney Love. Yeah, that makes sense.
For an insistent and intense masterwork, X marks the spot.
U2 have become the most pathetic band in the music world. So why do music critics and the music industry still support them?
The goodie bag contains all sorts of digital treats for Blogcritics Magazine readers. Enjoy!
Motown, I say. That's the best point of comparison to begin getting your mind back after you go "Crazy."
The "brokest rapper alive" blesses us with his brilliant sophomore effort, Jesus Price Supastar.
A rare triple-bill Goth/EBM concert in Columbus, Ohio.
Nothing like the scrappy indie-rock of Velocity Girl (her former band)… much more like the classic pop of Carole King.
Grizzly Bear delivers an inspired performance in an rather uninspired venue.
Swedish prog masters show off their excellent new Paradox Hotel material on this new live concert DVD.
Parker, Greeley, Delinsky, Dexter, Earle, Frayn, Chalmers Johnson, Peggy Orenstein, Still Life with Husband, The True and Twisted Mind of the American Man.
This is not a typical legal mystery - and the better for it.
If Willy Muller can't classify himself as a good man, is the only other possibility that he's a bad one?
Take a tour of the house that great country music built.
Davis' biography is a concise account of two brothers whose lives were often overshadowed by their legend.
Screw the Horror Flick, Kevin Smith needs to make a movie of this book...
The Hall of Fame committee would like you to believe their fair and balanced voting process for getting players into the Hall, but I'm not so sure.
Why does fan violence on the soccer model continue to elude North America?
What probably qualifies Joe as big-time most of all was his "guarantee" of victory over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.
Did your team meet with any of these fates during this past football season?
715 hardy players made their way to the Orleans Hotel and Casino to do what they love best. Playing the ponies!
Miami is set to party, the death watch continues, and Cuban ministries insist Fidel is just fine. What, exactly, is going on?
Can PayPerPost buy its way around and through the blogosphere's defenses? I hope not.
Those refusing to face the facts about climate change are akin to chain smokers ignoring cancer threats.
In 50 years we're all going to be living in sod huts and drinking our own urine. Be afraid. Do what you're told.
The most important unofficial national holiday is our one chance to gorge guilt-free.
Whether it's the developed or undeveloped world, women are still second or lower class citizens.
Be a mystery to the marketing gurus. Confuse their complex computer algorithms and throw a wrench in their multi-billion dollar alliances.
That unlucky number becomes a squeaky clean musical, but is it for younger kids or adults?
I never expected two corporate owned TV stations to try and pull the same scam.