The pilot's been retooled, and boy did it need it.
Lulu manipulates Spin and flirts with danger. Nikolas realizes something is wrong.
Films from Britain, Mexico, America, Russia, and Spain brought the festival to a close.
Every once in a while I see a film that seems perfect in every cinematic respect.
Does this vampire tale have fangs?
"Would ya just watch the hair. Ya know, I work on my hair a long time and you hit it. He hits my hair."
Part stoner comedy, part sex comedy, and all heart.
Fans of past releases, DC Comics, or animated series based on comics will enjoy this release.
Wise up, the Devil has come to town.
The wrong bionic woman is the titular character.
Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement could be just another pair of small-time musicians trying to survive in New York City.
A biographical documentary on Elton John that claims to be authoritive is anything but.
Billo surprised that there was "no difference between Sylvia's and any other restaurant in New York City...even though it's run by blacks."
Bill O'Reilly's latest comments toward African Americans are completely ignorant.
An alternate title to this production could be Welcome to The Theatre And Let Me Rub Your Face In Garbage.
The problem with liking a show is that you run out of good ways to say "Terrific" and "Excellent actors."
Jules Sherman creates stylish and unique accessories - in rubber.
We want out of the war because it's not getting us anywhere -- not because of the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis.
Columbia’s president would deserve free speech kudos if he wasn’t such a hypocrite about who’s allowed to speak on campus.
Academic freedom and free speech demand the ideas be explored even if they aren't popular. Our nation is founding on these principles.
Roger Hodgson in concert evokes both the emotional energy and the spectacular arrangements that made Supertramp so good.
On Joni Mitchell's first new album in nearly a decade, one of music's greatest lights shines very bright once again.
Live symphonic black on a big stage. Gotta love it.
A wild, tempestuous, musical ride that will leave you breathless by the end; pretty much normal for Taraf De Haidouks.
A fitting tribute to the man, who in 1973, could truly say "I am the greatest Beatle."
These Chicago indie emo poppers take a big leap forward on their sophomore release.
A cornucopia of Megadeth goodness.
Steven Wright avoids the sophomore slump by waiting more than twenty years to release his second album.
Shirley Kirsten proves to be maestro on all counts. Hear her Scarlatti.
St. Louis music scene suffers timely demise
Considered by many experts to be one of the most talented but under-appreciated singers of the era...
Part 3 of a 4-part interview series.
First thoughts on the early vinyl release.
In which I buy new clothes, but shrink out of them before I can even try them on!
Going into the NFL's Week Four, five unbeaten teams and five winless teams remain...
Should he stay or should he go now?
A delicious taste of vampirism with an ass-kicking protagonist and terrifying plot.
Jonathan Maberry on book marketing and his future projects.
A frothy, fun read, Kinsella's winning formula proves she is the goddess of chick lit.
A wonderful journey behind the science of air through a series of biographical narratives to be read and re-read.
The halls of school are filled with Moaning Myrtles, with differing degrees of humour and sense and potential thereof.
"A born writer? Unfortunately, no, [but] I love the idea of children showing up in the world with beautiful language just spilling from their crayons..."