New deal benefits both parties
Put six Japanese teenagers in a ska band - what do you get? Energy up the wazoo. ORESKABAND! YAAA! Genki desu!
When the music business became the music industry, something died. The times are changing.
mental_floss question of the day.
Son of rock legend speaks on eve of release of reissues
He wore his tailored tuxedo on every show, and his megawatt smile lit up the tiny black and white screen like a searchlight.
The man who provided guitar beauty for Chico Hamilton, Bill Evans, and Merv Griffin. Merv Griffin?!!
the throaty delivery of a cabaret singer and can play a pretty mean Telecaster.
This Romeo redux offers bonus tracks, diversity, and celebrates what a modern motion picture soundtrack can do for a film.
Chevelle saves the night in a raging hormone rock show.
Brown Street shows the genius of Joe Zawinul against the brightly colored backdrop of a big band, in this case the German WDR Big Band of Cologne.
Despite a less than satisfactory storyline, it's likely readers will enjoy Flesh and Bone.
Viggo Mortensen is exploring the interrelationship between motion, colour, light, and dark.
She-Who-Is is everywhere, especially in this shimmering gem of an anthology.
One-eyed Mexican detective Hector Belascoaran Shayne has been stabbed, shot at, and left for dead, but he's back to find his missing high school sweetheart.
The ghastly horror of war is brought to life with grisly realism in an unforgetable story about boys who become men on the battlefield.
Matthew Fort has produced a fascinating book - part travelogue, part cookery book, and part discussion about the state of the human culture.
A beautifully illustrated picture book by mystery great Mary Higgins Clark.
The best cop show ever.
The turtles by way of the sewers of Vienna.
Ricci in her panties is a great thing. It's just not enough to carry a feature film.
Enjoy a great family adventure.
Sanjaya Malakar found his courage on the Idol stage.
Combining some horrible casting, horrible dialog, horrible direction, and an even worse sound track, Idol turns this all into a very unsatisfying movie event
Can the hook for this series continue to exist or do they need to find another way to keep the audience involved?
Alan defends a two-faced liar while Denny and Claire have to get out of messes they created. Isn't life grand?
Maybe How Green Was My Valley is a little dated now, but I thoroughly enjoyed watching it.
Time-Life has released all the original Get Smart episodes in one fantastic box.
Impressive jokes -- but not really.
Earl, Michelle, and Yao-Man had their first taste of victory, while Mookie, Rocky, and Anthony felt the heaviness of another loss.
Can we have an episode of America’s Next Top Model without a tear-fest? Apparently not.
The heroes in a half-shell return to the big screen in beautiful, detailed CGI glory. Turtle power!
I got it bad, so bad... I'm splat for teacher!
The Hills Have Eyes 2 hearkens to those rosy days of my youth. The mutants are back, defending their wasteland home ...
Vinnie Jones scores in his best role yet.
A perfect example of style over substance...yawn.
Sounds like fun to me!
A hodge-podge of contemporary horror films that still retains some original creepiness.
Important decisions are always made with rock, paper, scissors. Right?
PBS, they have the eye of the tiger.
Another set of classic W.C. Fields movies comes to DVD.
Turtles and cannibals and Mimzies, oh my!
Blogcritics editor and writer John Bambenek retells all about his Daily Show interview.
An entertaining movie, a great DVD, but not Best Picture.
He thought he could; Malakar makes Idol top ten.
Tom Cavanagh visits a bad hospital.
The best way to avoid internet ugliness is to pretend it is real life.
In war and politics, take the high ground, especially when it comes to pardonning convicted felons.
The last 24 hours of news about U.S. presidential candidate John Edwards is a perfect example of bad media trend.
Just 5 years after the bill became law, the assumptions underlying McCain Feingold have become laughable.
An open letter to the President of the United States.
By the time you work your way through this week's list, you might need an escape from escape games!
Def Jam Icon, in the end, is a fighting game that fails to live up to its potential.
And in non-chick sports news: LaRussa naps at the intersection, while Joey Porter jabs in Sin City.
For such a small colt, he has a big heart; just like his daddy Thunder Gulch.
Because of the fear presented by the media, Americans appear to be more concerned than ever before.
Our world is awash in religious wars, and we had better learn to think of them that way.
Hi Elsa, There is this man who has been leading me on for some time.
Who would have thought someone as culinary-challenged as I could conjure the memory of my Puerto Rican mother through cooking?
The extraordinary taste of a good cigar that has been swirling in a glass of cognac cannot be described. It can only be savored.