Halliburton and the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy should have to dig the deepest of all to repair the damage they helped to cause.
When tragedy strikes, so do the pundits and politicians.
Congress just passes significant legislation on student loans. Is it what it's cracked up to be?
Loss of confidence in George W. Bush and his nattering nabobs of neo-confidence doesn't restrict itself to the politico-military realm.
What Shakespeare is to writing, the Beatles to music, and Picasso to painting, Bergman is to film
The greatest comedic buddy cop movie I've seen in the past decade.
Christina Ricci just enjoys playing another messed-up young girl. Craig Brewer still doesn't do happy films.
The Number 23 becomes an obsession for Jim Carrey in his latest outing.
The show is a wonderful mix of dynamic character, realistic problems, and thought-provoking questions masquerading as police drama.
Jason's trial is off to a rocky start. Noah risks 392 days of sobriety to impersonate Eli Love.
Flavor Flav is still looking for love, do you have what he wants?
Fellini's classic is a little schwacht; and if you know what that word means, you'll love Roma!
Avoid 4 Life at all costs. Now if you wanna see sexy ladies doing stripper dances, this movie is for you.
A seemingly forgotten monster mess makes its first appearance on DVD.
A visionary piece of kinetic cinema.
The first ever region 1 DVD release for this bland Japanese monster movie is a fantastic 2-disc DVD set.
A documentary on Stax Records that falls flat.
A slice of summer fun to warm you up even on the coldest night.
Intricate vocals, polyrhythmic beats, and deeply moving stories to tell. This may well be her best yet!
In the eighties country music got a much needed kick in the pants, Dwight Yoakam was one of the guys doing the kicking.
Check out Marty's Musical Meltdown to hear what he's been listening to this week.
Dweezil and Co. offer a feast for the ears without the Queen/Paul Rodgers-like assault on senses and sensibilities.
All I can say is go order this now!
Some bands have been larger than life since day one.
The Vans Warped Tour is always a hotbed of new music.
Rock the Bells: not just a concert, but a space to reflect on the socioeconomic conditions in this country.
You wouldn't know it is better to have loved and lost after listening to these songs.
On this fascinating DVD, the life and career of one of the most significant figures in music history is documented.
Yellowcard is back with their best album to date - a unique vision that is the culmination of a band’s learning curve of creation.
Where's the beef? You're about to find out.
Are you ready to rum...ble?
We are left with a classic adventure which new generations will discover with love and joy, over and over again.
The first three volumes in the popular manga creators’ supernatural shop series.
Jack Bauer faces another frantic 24-hour chase with killers at his heels in his latest prose adventure.
An excellent technical analysis of Saudi Arabia oil production and challenges faced by engineers trying to maintain current production levels.
The most straightforward and honest depiction of the effects of abuse I've come across.
Blogcritics, the website that talks back, hits half a million comments today. Comments Editor Christopher Rose marks the occasion with a few well chosen words...
Photo noise reduction integrates into your workflow without impeding it.
Mavericks in society stand out. From Frank Zappa to Stanley Kubrick, those who decide to stand up and be counted inspire either love or loathing.
Marino will always be one of the greatest arms to ever throw a football.