A former TV horror host's memoirs and interviews with some of the biggest names in horror and sci-fi.
If all the evidence was in one place, could we then determine the answer to the age old question?
Each is a remarkable book – either a celebrated classic or a recent work that seems likely to stand the test of time.
Concise PR advice for the newbie and the veteran alike.
The story is so realistic, so true to life, that it made it hard to read and impossible to put down.
"They each held to their personal vision of things, strangely united despite their apparent isolation."
A compellingly true story and an excellent case study of human nature.
Spontaneous Tourism is a mixture of common sense and potentially revelatory information regarding the why and how of travel.
Vincent Price fiendishly cleans up the English countryside as the Witchfinder General
Hawkes temporarily swims with the fishes while Mac defends the Big Apple.
For those that like their comedy silly, this was one the funniest television series in the ‘80s.
House by the numbers...
Fantasy and bad marriage enter the local multiplex; and then there's the movies!
Tom Hanks can play anything, even play a man dressing as a woman. Wait... he did do that. And it was fantastic.
The Jungle Book re-releases to celebrate its 40th anniversary. But are all these different versions really necessary?
A well-acted drama told through a multi-layered story.
Blair and Serena but heads and bare panties during field hockey!
Bionics battles and delicious pies, Wednesday was quite the night of TV.
Despite its complexity and length, Inland Empire ranks as one of David Lynch's best films.
Babel is filled with tension, constantly keeping you wondering about what will happen next.
I'm late, but if you are in any way seriously interested in movies or the movie business, Dick’s movie is without a doubt essential viewing.
A sequel that delivers the goods? Heck yeah! Bloody good time right here.
Louis Malle's Holocaust film scores some points, but strikes out as well.
I don’t see this guy needing his sister’s help getting laid.
And the collapse of this long-running series begins.
Ominous warning via text messaging.
This is how a TV show is made, and it is not always about the art.
A darker Blade Runner, but is it better?
The film that started the martial arts cinema craze.
Yes, thank you, ABC. Thank you, Geico. Thank you, Lord. Cavemen are back!
A par for the course horror thriller that leaves too many questions in its wake.
Decent, but not the sum of its parts.
Microsoft asked us to "believe." Is our faith rewarded?
The jacket is a durable, silicone cover for the Wii remote.
Joost 1.0 is finally here, and with its sleeker user interface, it's finally ready for prime time.
Perhaps the answer to many people's prayers.
Diego Sandrin's new CD is quietly bracing, like a splash of bay rum on the hot old face.
Punk pioneers come to town and give us a lesson on how it's all properly done.
A typical Bill Frisell album in typically atypical fashion.
Strings Of Consciousness. Think indie post-rock spoken word experimental fusion jazz, and you'll be halfway there.
These guys traveled the country, selling parents on the idea that Hollywood talent scouts would see their kids and make them stars.
The stained wood sings with color and history, while the wall decor and the jukebox define a worn and comfortable sailors' haven.
He managed to share his hunk of burnin' love with over 700 people in just one night.
October 2nd will simply serve as a reminder of how far we as a species have to go before we can really call ourselves civilized.
A devoted daughter recounts the life of her devoted mother.
This is the way to experience the finest cuisine and wine in the world.
It's day one for the playoffs, and day one for TBS carrying them. Both were satisfying.
There is an obvious political agenda surrounding the SCHIP expansion, and it is a game politicians on both sides have been playing for years.
U.S. Immigration officials seek to deport the family members of active duty military while they are deployed.