This week: Two of my favorite films of 2006.
Dear Terry Gilliam, I am writing you on the occasion of having finished viewing your most recent film, Tideland.
A helpful guide to avoiding The Chuck Norris Coma.
$20 says Jet Li is still making martial arts films in five years regardless of what he says.
Dance to Rev Run's ministry. Run's House Season 1 & 2 arrives on DVD!
Mac deals with a double homicide while Danny and Lindsay have a Madagascar moment.
The best of 2006 arrives on DVD. It is time to see what you missed.
Sandler and Cheadle dive into post-9/11 trauma.
The Hunt is one low-budget, high-impact film.
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Film fans -- enter to win one of two fantastic DVD sets!
The Mean Green Machine is back! Turtle Power, dude!
It's spring... and love is in the air.
Classics, camp, obscurities, and bootlegs in this week's Listening Room...
Hiding under the noise of Going Up is a talented musician who only peeks out on occasion.
If Nirvana pushed out the inside of the musical envelope, Everybody Else keeps that envelope intact for the Disney set.
A ridiculous new format all set to fail just like DualDisc! Sweet!
Christina Aguilera knocks 'em dead on her Back to Basics Tour stop in New York City.
Presidential Emcees head line a night of pure hip hop in Cali. Felt, Visionaries, Brother Ali, Blackalicious, and more!
Get your credit cards out, tomorrow's the big day!
“It’s the only rock album I know where you can actually hear hurled beer bottles breaking against guitar strings.” --Lester Bangs
Win a copy of John Lee Hooker's Hooker or Jessi Colter's Out of the Ashes.
Live and loud, The New York Dolls still have it, despite the deaths of several original members since their 1970s heyday.
It's hard enough to know what's fact and what's fiction these days without novels confusing the issue.
Eclectic and stunning. Even if you don't have an eye for art Amano is for you.
She doesn’t necessarily champion one diet plan over another... no plan will work permanently without readjusting one’s outlook.
Why Fayman writes about murder and high tech vaporware along the edges of San Diego.
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The Pulitzer-winning journalist William Dietrich offers an adventure novel that mixes history and mystery with a whole lot of fun.
A stellar graphic adaptation of the 9/11 Report, the stunning artwork is highly detailed, capturing the emotions and terror of the day and its aftermath.
Part big sister, part mentor, part cheerleader and always encourager, the author shares her own struggles, fears, and relates stories from her own experience.
Gone with the Beatles, Bradley, Flawless, Feist, Frauds, Hoag, Hart, Spies, Sins, Satan, Sunday, Singing Cowboys, Kellerman's and Robards' Obsession, and then some....
Valentino Rossi and Yamaha showed how to dominate a race.
Here's your chance to win a copy of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers - The More Series (3 disc set) or Red Sox vs. Yankees: The Ultimate Rivalry.
Neuroscientists may be on the verge of penetrating the depths of the mind.
It's still a great site, so where's the buzz?
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour.
Fantasy Football Fanatic? This may be the game for you.
This marks the third Koei beat-em-up on the 360 in only two years.
An eerily real scenario that certain people are dumb enough to believe that it could start a real war.
This is not the new and inventive game play Nintendo is referring to, EA.
Eclipsing even the next-gen versions, this simple 2-D brawler is a late must have for the fading GBA.
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A bill recently introduced in Congress would prohibit the sale of certain inefficient light bulbs.
Win a copy of How's Your News, or Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election - 2004 Campaign Edition.
Why do media elites prefer lunching with the powerful than speaking the truth about power?
The liberal New Republic magazine is now biweekly and has a new look - but still enjoys skewering Republicans with razor-sharp wit.
At 75, some people are putting on their slippers, smoking their pipe, and dealing with the realities of being old. Not Tom.
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Listen to others and be respectful, but think, decide, and do for yourself.
What happens to modern people when they undertake a no-impact lifestyle based on a completely false notion of the 19th century?