The horror! The HORROR!!!
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour.
The game you have been waiting for has arrived, only to be recalled, and then finding out it's not that great.
The first war of the twenty first century today, still has no end in sight.
As a movie, 300 is really stunning and adds another winner to the list of Hollywood adaptations of comic books.
PBS gives proper treatment to the legendary soul label.
Even Jesus couldn't change human nature.
It's a new release Tuesday driven by testosterone.
This is where a very interesting premise could be compromised by the need for drama.
How dumb can you be?
Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie take their televised antics to the big screen in the 87 minute Simpsons Movie.
How does a period murder mystery bring in uncomfortable echoes of the Iraq War? When it's Foyle's War, quite naturally.
It's a battle to the finish, with the Fuzz coming out on top.
There's more to it than countering the threat from Iran.
Americans must awake from their political stupor and stop letting themselves be victimized and manipulated by the media/political/financial elites running and ruining our nation.
Given all that the Iraqis have been through, isn't it a bit much to expect them to put up with giant, man-eating badgers?
Many will die, and the faith of many will be sorely tested. What we’re facing is not a mere stroll in the garden.
The new Washington state law forcing pharmacies to sell morning after pills is a great example of bad law.
While the remedy will be as complex as the problem, the solution is found at the source of the predicament.
If you want to become a master at Photoshop, then How To Cheat In Photoshop CS3 is a must have.
"With the worst president in history and our liberties and values under threat, I can hardly imagine writing cartoons about other things right now."
Vampires. Teenage angst. True love. It is one hell of a combination.
If you have never experienced an audio book, give yourself a treat and listen to HP7 as told by Jim Dale.
Those who have seen and been enchanted by the Taj Mahal will be just as enchanted by Sandra Wilson's Taj.
Antoine is an audacious instrumentalist, often switching between various types of guitars and from nylon to steel-string.
Blogcritics and VP Records are pleased to host a giveaway of the new Reggae Gold 2007 compilation CD.
Ferry Corsten's latest deftly mixes his current love of distilling thumping progressive-house tracks with the soaring, melodic sensibilities of trance.
One Girl Revolution covers almost every issue that young people face, from lost love to alcohol addiction.
Time-travelling singer-songwriter David Cory might flip your wig.
Rhino Records reissues two mid-'80s albums by this groundbreaking rock group.
A new beginning . . . and maybe a little ranting.
1992 brought about many changes in the music world.
A little jazz, a little rock, and one crapshoot.
This fine compilation from Putumayo provides the listener with a little taste of everything that is defined as Americana music.
Quiet Hero clothing introduces cashmere soft organic shirts with proceeds going to charity.
Celebrities are getting boring.
Being a mighty sailing man, of course Popeye got recruited for some of the WWII propaganda fun...
Anthony Burgess said “Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.” No truer words have ever been spoken.
Are we ever going to stop chasing our own tails and shooting ourselves in the foot?
A report on day one of the ever-growing Comic Con.
The field of dreams and fond memories of days past, talking baseball with Dad.
"The Genius" Bill Walsh, the man who led and created my childhood heroes, The 49ers, is dead.
Bill Walsh loses his battle with cancer.