Hair metal, Aqua Net, and codpieces join together to fight the mighty Beelzebub in the '80s great, Rock and Roll Nightmare.
Another exploration of the repercussions of childhood bullying, with less nipple-slicing this time.
Men are dogs. Chris Rock makes it funny.
Simply put, it does what it does with a fair amount of style and not a lot of intelligence.
"Oh no! There goes Tokyo, go go Godzilla!"
What's more important -- where the character ends up, or how they get there?
Finally the hyped Rodriguez/Tarantino machine has burst forth like a mighty serpent to rain down fiery baptism on all the sinners.
Will Ferrell brings home the gold!
This film takes a look at a real-life literary scam.
Don't hate the racer, hate the game.
Disney and Pixar consummate their marriage with an animated love child in splendid 3D.
"The whole 'fair and balanced' thing bothers me because the news has largely ignored this part of the story..."
Marjorie Kase tours the set of the CW's fraternal scifi thriller Supernatural in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Zombie children at my front door? A look at the After Dark Horrorfest entry, Wicked Little Things
Stolen bodies everywhere.
Never thought I'd say it, but, that flick with Oprah and Dakota Fanning is supposed to be hellagood.
The controversial film comes to DVD.
The film comes across like a boring textbook chapter.
A short interview with Prof. Norman Finkelstein about the current state of the Israel/Palestine conflict.
Except N. Korea, the axis of evil stands on an axis of oil. Has conspiracy theory become fact?
Some self-righteous lawmakers in Indiana want to ban same sex unions that, of course, undermine the moral fiber of our God-fearing nation.
Supreme Court tells Environmental Protection Agency to get on with its job and regulate car emissions.
The country has unleashed an ambitious "Destination Pakistan 2007" tourist campaign, but is the place safe?
Clinton and Romney launch most expensive election ever. The Supremes like to breathe clean air. Rosie's a conspiracy nut.
As we mark the beginning of baseball season this week in 2007, it's a good opportunity to remember the contributions of Hammerin' Hank Greenberg...
Josh Wolf set free, Apple to be investigated and Strativarius on auction in today's update
While Springsteen fans anxiously await word on a new E Street Band album, it appears that the Boss isn't quite done with those Seeger Sessions.
Umphrey's McGee is serving up some tasty leftovers from last year's "Safety In Numbers."
A Whole New Thing... the potential for dance music to be more than mindless drivel.
Did somebody say three chords and the truth? Do I hear two?
I've got my iPod on shuffle and I'm talking about Tommy James, James Taylor, and Prince.
Joost only really has one problem, but it's a big one.
What you say and how you say it can make all the difference.
The American Premiere of the top 2003 drama in Israel reveals a foundation that may or may not have too many stories.
Make your trip to Washington happier, healthier, and less annoying to the rest of us.
Long distance relationships can be quite a challenge.
As we stood in 30-degree weather, sleet pounding on our heads and shoveling ice cream in our mouths with gloved hands, Carlos began to cry.
A bawdy new comedy shows the British theater pushed the boundaries for two centuries until its licentiousness was revoked.
When will we realise we don't need 1,200 TV channels, perhaps 600 is enough.
Jeweler to the stars, David Lundahl, releases his new Elemental Collection.
Nasal tribute to dear old dad.
Evokes headier eras in picturesque countries where live theater had the power to make audiences go nuts.
A beautiful children's picture book that teaches an important lesson - words can hurt.
Let it rip! Get unstuck! Writing exercises for the seasoned soul or the newbie that really work.
Artists often feel there is only so much work or space to go around; if they share their knowledge, they create more competition.
A sexy and witty tale of love, loss, bad boyfriends and most of all friendship and sisterhood.
Shefchik takes a Columbo-like approach to his story yet this in no way lessens the appeal of the mystery.
"To think about resistance is to think about acceptance. Not for sale or selling out."
Rails Cookbook will guide you through pitfalls of Rails development by providing you with the recipes to make your application cook!
Cecelia and Kate have such real voices it's hard to believe that this really is fiction.
What are some books you had to read for a class or a book discussion that you just absolutely detested?
Peggle Deluxe is fun and unique, but the irritating graphics and music may turn off some people.