This 40th Anniversary release of Disney's classic film will delight young and old.
Wasn’t this an X-Files episode?
Sacrifice forty bucks for this DVD.
Deja vu - the feeling that something has happened before. Deja vu - the feeling that something has happened before. Deja vu - the feeling that something has happened before.
This week's releases aren't too exciting, but Christmas is just around the corner...
The Rock took the ball and ran with it.
These are by far the best adaptations of the Robin Hood story made yet.
This set is worth checking out, filled with plenty of what Grey's fans love, as well as plenty never seen before.
Plenty of new titles to grace your DVD player.
"Historical fiction, romance, horror, action-adventure, ect. There's something for everyone in the books."
This debut novel will challenge your perspective on life.
The man who "dethroned the primacy and destabilized the paradigm of Western fashion."
Just in time for the Halloween season, Laura Benedict has served up a spooky specter story in her debut novel.
Profound fables about invertebrates attracts Hollywood's attention.
"Finally, I had a sense of purpose... that my life was not yet supposed to end."
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of America's top restaurant?
If you like your comedy black, your satire pointed, and have a keen sense of the absurd...
Its Official. On Magic, the joyous "big noise" of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band is back.
Ten readers will win a copy of the latest Joni Mitchell CD.
Naiveté or idealism?
Reid Genauer's wispy presence requires you to "lean in" to get what the band is doing.
The Stones to keep rolling, The Charlatan's upcoming album and Apple's Boot Camp's demise in today's update.
...it's the best Rock and Roll release I've heard in years.
It's an orgy of ecstasy among Springsteen faithful upon the release of his latest album, but a deeper listen reveals this is perhaps his darkest work yet.
Kenny Chesney's newest release, two years in the making, was well worth the wait.
This is the band's most diverse album yet, bringing in new instruments and compositions.
In 2003 Jethro Tull finally graced the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival stage and did not disappoint.
Knopfler weaves his signature electric guitar lines through some fine compositions.
After a five-year absence, Down is back.
Clare Burson's hauntingly mellow voice sings a beautiful and poignant album.
The Sex Pistols turn 30. I'll be celebrating by listening to this album as loudly as I can.
With this third album, Sam Beam added another dimension of sound to his quiet, comfortable universe.
Immagine In Cornice is about what I expected. Casual fans won't find this essential, but for the Pearl Jam faithful it's a worthwhile purchase.
If you're interested in experiencing something a little different in jazz, you might want to sit up and take notice.
Radiohead gives fans a double-edged sword.
Parker's music is pure poetry, in more ways than one.
Order the new Radiohead now, or pick up one of the other boxes out this week - among other things.
It's crunch time, as the much anticipated return of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band leads the pack this week.
Smaller numbers, but still a big week.
Four down, thirteen to go.
Also, is Jimmy Rollins the MVP? Is Gilbert Arena's cartoon funny? Why aren't you happy for Joey Harrington?
The upside to a winless 'Fins: can we go ahead and make claims on the first round draft pick?
Here are the top five most anticipated games of the coming holiday season.
How far does Hillary have to go before we see what a threat she is? She scares me enough to abandon the GOP and want to draft Al Gore.
I mean, seriously. "Slaughter" has such a negative connotation attached to it. I prefer "population control" ...