A true and quite rare "holy sh*t, that was great!" piece from Sci-Fi Channel.
"News" programs -- where ratings are the higher truth.
Von Trier goes for laughs covered in irony while Smith goes for laughs covered in blood.
Hilary Swank takes on southern Satan followers.
Having laughed a bit about the political process somehow makes reading the news more palatable.
Like every story about a family, it is actually many stories, the stories of each member of that family, together and apart.
A gritty and suspenseful exercise in noir, based on a true crime story.
Ice Cube substitutes for Cary Grant in this sequel/re-imagining.
The second season of David Lynch's television masterpiece finally hits DVD.
Great return to yesterday...
Nothing else seems to have worked, so TV and Film Guy tries a little tough love on this once fun show.
Can two relative unknowns be just as entertaining as the one-two punch of Tarantino and Rodriguez? Pretty much.
Bill Sherman watches an underrated feature from the Hammer Horror Series DVD set.
Revenge is a dish best served luke-warm.
Episode 2 sheds light on what shaped Hernry VIII.
If science fiction hopes to move beyond being a "white people" only genre, it has to learn how to diversify.
The future never looked so bright - just beware the T-Rex.
Mr. Craig continues his reign of terror while Jason torments himself and Sam is haunted by her past.
Twelve intertwined fairy tales by Eisner Award-winning Linda Medley.
These recipes will give you back time better spent creating new things rather than trying to tackle problems already solved.
Einstein with his memories in a trunk, Iggy's lust for life; Anne Perry, Karen Robards, Stuart Woods, Edith Wharton, and then some.
Like a good piece of cake, Music for Tourist is good on the first bite but leaves you feeling a bit queasy if you eat the whole thing.
Reunions of Take That and Smashing Pumpkins and Yahoo and Sandisk team up in today's update.
Today’s walk along the pathways of Arkansas’s music scene finds me feeling blue, or more appropriately, the power of the blues itself.
Lead singer John Ondrasik of Five for Fighting joins forces with Autism Speaks for a worthy cause.
Ozomatli is shaping up, growing up, shining up, and Messing with Dragons.
The first of a three-part interview with writer, musician and art-terrorist Joe Ambrose and fellow musician, cultural historian and writer Frank Rynne.
Feel your neck veins stand at attention.
Why not simply have yearly tournaments? Not only do you get to play European teams but think of the added revenues!
Sadr may still be in hiding, but his followers are hard to miss in massive protest marches. Remnants of his militia forces fare less well.
Aliens, superheroes and rock-paper-scissors. Yeah, it's an interesting week on the Virtual Console.
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour.
Society is neither hostile nor sympathetic toward gays in Japan.
People need to be taught how not to be violent.
O'Reilly tells us how today's new technology leads to lower moral standards and terrorism.
Planning on visiting a winery this spring? Prepare to bring a chunk of change.
Is it true the East coast snubs California Wine? Let's investigate.
This is not a bad thing to do nor is it a bad thing to be.