This is an album that demands your full attention to be appropriately appreciated.
A genre-blending and enticing collection of songs from a newly invigorated Charlie Hunter Trio -- highly recommended.
Volume 3 of the Best of Van Morrison gives an uneven impression of the legendary Irish musician.
An underwhelming debut.
The singer for Freya, Earth Crisis, and Path of Resistance talks about Freya's new video, animal rights, and politics.
A cult classic collection of '80s pop is remastered and expanded in a new edition.
He Thinks He Scares Us is a tasty concoction.
The Chemical Brothers go in sometimes unusual directions on this new release.
The Beastie Boys continue their groovy instrumental work with this new release.
If you've ever wished that you were involved in a momentous point in music history, this is your opportunity.
The Republic has cancer...and yes, it does look fatal.
TasteTV notes that Jason Priestley and Terry David Mulligan do some swishing and swilling at various wine regions as co-hosts of Hollywood and Vines.
Join French Model Alan Bresson as his search continues in New York for the perfect apartment.
Watch this video to find out how to turn the classic styling of a brownstone into a modern home.
A report on day two from Comic Con.
Matt Damon wraps up the Bourne trilogy based on Robert Ludlum's novels in fast and furious style.
It's bizarre when you see an actor from a famous franchise in a completely different role.
West coast tattoo fans wanted!
A superhero for the kids.
More than simply the best show on television, this is a riveting look at the state of humanity in the 21st century. This episode is another powerful spiritual experience.
The Tick loves saving people!
The seventh season of family favorite Full House hits stores this week on DVD. Do the Tanners still hold as much fun as they did when you were a kid?
The Simpsons movie was a long episode and a short recap; I don't know if that's good or bad.
Mike Nelson and his crew send up a Rue McClanahan strip tease.
A very funny series although some fans will be annoyed by what's lacking.
The Secrets of Isis is now available on DVD
A twisty tale of addiction, deception, guilt, greed, cowardice, murder, courage redemption and the possibility of new beginnings.
Amusing, engaging, and most of all inspirational.
An interview with editor, film critic, and author Maitland McDonagh.
An honest, and warm look at the man and his legacy from the gospel viewpoint by someone who was there.
Rob Benwell explains how to make money though blogging in his new "Blogging To The Bank" e-book. Christopher Rose sees if he knows what he's talking about!
Grisham, Gibson, Kellerman, Sparks, Stephenie Meyer, Alexander McCall Smith, gold-diggers, historical turning points in Britain and Russia, and then some...
A gripping coming-of-age story about punk rockers and murder.
Online play is the only advantage this Wii sequel has going for it.
Ride a dolphin, play as future bosses and blast aliens away in this week's games.
This one player RPG has quality narratives and characters that make a high level relationship based experience.
An adrenaline-fueled soccer title that might be a port, but it's a huge improvement on Super Mario Strikers.
The Mets finished their stay in Chicago on an upward beat, allowing Glavine to quickly end his bid for 300 wins.
What will Miss LonelyBlogs have to say to the lascivious blogger?