Stabbed with a candy cane? That's just trying too hard.
Firefly's Nathan Fillion and Tim Minear are together again with Drive.
A diverting doc about losing your job from an actress who was once canned by Woody Allen.
Patrick lashes out and Robin, and Scott and Luke confront Nikolas.
Halle Berry and Bruce Willis fail to provide thrills, tension, or much else in this flick.
Doug the social nebbish, the electronic felon, the camera creep who needs to fabricate his whole life around a fictitious relationship, is really a monster in disguise.
A wildly fun and gory low budget piece of schlock.
Jack Bauer is never better than when he must work against all odds, and now it seems they are all against him.
Mel Gibson's looking for another Payback.
Beautiful new DVD transfers are a highlight of these classics.
Judi Dench outdoes Spider-Man and Idi Amin for this week's pick.
It is what it is: a hokey, child-friendly sitcom from the makers of Family Matters and The Hogan Family.
Henry Rollins takes the talk show format on an intense and intensely satisfying journey.
Shia Lebeouf takes his first top slot of the year -- will he repeat with Transformers in July?
Dench turns a parched, repressed crone into a confiding, self-defeating monster — Richard III in squalid middle-class miniature.
"I wake up... I take a shower... with soap."
Alan handles an obstruction case while Brad fights a battle on two fronts.
The slide continues, but on the upside, and it's a big upside, I told you so.
Spend some downtime at MontBleu Resort's Onsen Spa.
Every school shooter did in some way telegraph or flat out announce their problems and intentions.
As long as we continue to accept the need for violence to solve our problems, these types of mass murders will continue.
Why are some people more attactive?
No one wants to admit that everybody is uncomfortable and doesn't know how to act around each other.
Discover what's new in Los Angeles: Table 8, Ames Ingham, and V-Moda
mental_floss question of the day.
As Jeunet’s extraordinary film Amelie states well, every life, no matter how ordinary, can become something extraordinary if you choose to live it that way.
Ruminations on shoes with sculpted heels as I look at a pair from my own collection.
It doesn't matter who we offend as long as we are getting paid for it. Is that so wrong?
With the originals at the wheel, there's still life and laughs in this quarter-century old vehicle from the third smallest town in Texas.
When the victorious thank Jesus, what are they thanking Him for?
Sorted NYC founder Heather Tierney sits down with restaurateur and China Grill Management founder Jeffrey Chodorow.
The true wine belonging to Canada is ice wine. They have the best ice wines in the world.
Come experience what's new in Los Angeles this week at Table 8.
Shhhh, don’t tell anyone, but a science fiction novel just won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
SuChin Pak sits down with journalist and co-author of Freakonomics Stephen Dubner
If you are looking for a better way to deliver your product, Release It! is a good place to begin.
On the road with a Vermont environmentalist who truly practices what she preaches.
When health insurers can't get what they want, they turn doctor against doctor.
Today I felt the intimidating presence of a faceless bureaucrat with grasping fingers behind me as I filed my tax return.
If Hydroxycut really works, why are their advertisements so sketchy?
Someone is still claiming it's the fault of the horrible left-wing and that the right-wing needs to take over.
Victory to release some vinyl, Fall Out Boy's new competition and Netvibes personal portals in today's update.
George Oliphant interviews singer songwriter Jonathan Coulton at Pianos in the Lower East Side
Watermelon Slim has made a record that demands serious consideration for the best blues record of this year.
Solid live acoustic EP from acclaimed group
A rewarding experience if given enough time.
The Fratellis have crafted a widely entertaining album with their debut CD Costello Music.
No Springsteen this week, but plenty of songs to keep your iPod happy...
A great debut from this Nashville bluegrass sextet.
This week's theme? Hitting stuff with your legs, fists or head, apparently.
Sudoku is still alive, but are its derivatives taking over?
Chicago can bring the Olympics back to the States -- with the proper hats.
Are Quebecers willing to accept mediocrity in the name of identity? The answer is probably no.