What made Stargate SG-1 such a popular series?
Blood and gore -- who knew it could be so beautiful?
Hell is the darkest recesses of the human mind.
How bizarre, how bizarre...
If you go in expecting the kind of blood loss featured in the Saw films, you may be disappointed...
mental_floss question of the day.
Children, repeat after me. Do not forget the words. Do not forget the words. DO NOT. FORGET. THE WORDS.
As networks contemplate which shows to cancel, a plea for Medium's salvation from a faithful viewer.
Gerard Butler's 300 demo reel.
“This is madness!... Madness? This is Sparta!”
Lance Weiler talks about his latest film and the future looks bright for the independent film director.
“Hey, who left this shark lying around?" No one answers, so Martha neatly jumps over it, and continues to the kitchen.
Good characters, a good story and some nasty imagery combine to make this one of the most fun reads I’ve had in a long time.
A unique photo journal that documents the Mexican Revolution as it impacted Ciudad Juarez.
A much-needed anthology of original science fiction by some of the top writers in the genre.
Ruby on Rails has shaken up web development by increasing the speed and ease of web development. Are you ready to get on board?
Sprawling, opinionated and irresistible, this biography charts the ups and downs of Neil Young's amazing career.
Which flavour of Spider-Man is best - Amazing, Sensational or Friendly Neighborhood?
Honest, thoughtful, and very funny, this is the anti-travel book about China you can't miss.
An entertaining and well-written novel, with lots of thoughtful stuff sneaked in under cover of all that hammering, painting, multitasking, and slapstick.
Set in battle-scarred France during WWI, The Silver Donkey is a touching and elegantly simple children's tale.
That the reader is drawn so completely into the story and its characters is just one measure of how splendidly it is written.
Google hit by lawsuit over YouTube, Lennon covers for Darfur and Rare Beatles footage online in today's update.
Music's Bat Man returned with an intense, bombastic, show. Not ready for Vegas!
The Pogues are back... for now anyway!
One lucky winner gets the newest CD.
It's always re-assuring to see Graham Parker looking healthy and pissed off.
Hardcore two piece Big Business returns with a follow up to 2005's Head for the Shallow
The Irish legend outsells The Who in Winnipeg!
The Mingus Big Band gives this music a powerful, evocative voice that speaks not just to America but to the world.
The little ladies from Britian are saving pop music.
Surprisingly solid and even listenable; 50 Cent has accomplished the unthinkable.
My Chemical Romance and other like bands revel in teen angst.
Those rascally camel-walkers return with an album of country and rock covers.
There's little doubt that he has some talent, and he's put together a few intriguing sounds on his debut album...
America's top military officer says he regrets his comment about homosexuals in military service.
Opinions are like noses, everyone has one and most of them are usually dripping something disagreeable.
Will more heads roll at Justice? Pace runs off at the mouth. What happens when you lend money to customers with bad credit?
After 86 long years, the Red Sox finally broke the infamous curse of the Bambino, first beating their arch rivals, the New York Yankees, in the American League playoffs and then going on to win the 2004 World Series.
The style of play crafted by the Coloured Hockey League of the Maritimes greatly influenced the National Hockey League.
The “steroids in sports scandal” touches Hanover Park High School in New Jersey, and unfortunately this shouldn’t surprise anyone.
The Red Sox and Yankees represent sports' greatest and fiercest rivalry.