Mario might be flat, but this game sure as hell isn’t.
The Virtual Console takes a bite out of crime this week. Oddly enough, no McGruff the Crime Dog games.
The production sinks with a plodding, uninvolving, and completely unbelievable script.
The real John Ford and John Wayne are still being sought in this overrated classic.
The Tudors fight the sweats, with medicines not all that different from our own.
No good deed goes unpunished in The Hitcher on DVD.
Barf bags, I'm afraid, are not included with Fred Vogel's latest cinematic atrocity.
Sadly, the best word to describe this film is "sucktastic".
A fantastic return to form as the series looks at Tony's relationship with Christopher and AJ.
While The Thirst is not that bad for second-rate horror, it’s not that good, either.
Nova takes a close look at Pocahontas, the legend, and the myths surrounding her.
It's creepy, eerie, disturbing, dark, and other kinds of fun.
The Food Network is launching a new cooking show.
What to watch this week!
Mac works on an angel's fall while Stella tries to rise above a Philadelphia murder investigation.
Congratulations to Street Sense for such an exiting race!
Timeless songs, timeless voice, timely release: Michael Bublé has come once again to save music.
Kill Your Idols
Neither standard, nor average.
Not great, but still a decent night of heavy music.
...a disc that is all about the blending together of different styles and cultures to form a unified sound.
Bellowing Balts, warbling Walloons, melodious Maltesers: they're all here on this CD previewing the 52nd Eurovision Song Contest
The very best, feel-good songs ever written. A positive philosophy lesson!
The Queers are hard to pigeon hole, on the surface they look like a Brit-pop band, but they also operate on many other levels as well
Caterer Shelly Everett shows us how to make a top notch, and surprisingly easy, gumbo.
Correcting the distortions about Islam created by Bin Laden and Bush.
The American middle class is on its deathbed. If you’re not a CEO, you’re probably screwed.
Elmore Leonard, James Patterson, Rebecca Stott, Haruki Murakami, Penny Vincenzi, Dead CEOs, Sex, Pain, Madness and the Devil in the Kitchen...
A tour de force of Gothic eroticism that seduces from start to finish.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated in this series of essays that reveals She is much more than the Mother of Us All.
"I would never put myself in the category of my favorite critics." - Sara Voorhees
Public speaking is a curiosity. Most people either love it or are absolutely terrified of it.
There is an elite group at the top of every profession.
Think traversing amongst thieves, prospectors, and traders for treasure is an adventure of yesteryear? Not so, according to gemologist Richard Hughes.
You have no idea. A look inside a stressed teenager’s mind.
Time cannot extinguish the love between father and daughter.