We're giving away the third season of Veronica Mars... come on, get happy!
Two science fiction classics, one bizarre film, and a disk full of cool extras.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Buy a DVD and support the cause.
An aggressive adaptation.
Francis Ford Coppola recreates the classic vampire tale in fine fashion.
Celebrate Halloween with some scary scarecrows.
A fun mind games thriller that pays off in the end.
Is Journeyman just weird or do the producers misappropriate Quantum Leap?
Jealousy sends Robin to the Metro Court to interrupt Patrick's date with Layla. Spite pushes Liz and Lucky's divorce into a bitter battle.
What was dead in the box? This show's emotional resonance!
The box office is down for the third consecutive weekend over last year. Still, the industry is raking it in.
This week's list is noteworthy for a couple of interesting horror releases, one new and one old.
A spectacular noir film, populated by robots and envisioned by game engines. A machinima work of art.
Unlike J.R. Ewing, Alex Vega does not mind getting his hands dirty.
October means horror. Make sure to find your favorite scares on DVD!
The collection presents eight films directed and produced by the low budget king.
Punk icon looks back over his career on this live DVD.
Metalcore from the land of Oz.
Radiohead stubs toe on the technology night table as it stumbles around, blindly trying to find its way in the dark.
John Lennon has enough publicity. Spend today with Cliff and Gene!
An extensive sampling of what Tom Waits calls in the liner notes the "oral tabloids of the day."
A talented lyricist and singer teams up with a talented composer to create this unique album.
Beirut's latest album imports European folk with an odd indie rock sound. Non, le fromage qui ne pue pas!
It's all that jazz, past, present and future.
I can just about hear the scowls now (p.s. psst... I kind of like that song).
A raw blend of old blues with punk attitude.
A fun album despite feeling more like a sequel than a true follow-up.
Los Angeles-based rock band Oslo blends stoner rock with gothic moodiness and powerful, rolling instrumentation.
Vic Chesnutt's latest album - don't play it on a first date.
Can a rock drummer fit into the jazz world? Wrong question!!
Fuel returns with a solid piece of rock.
Another week, another Marty's Musical Meltdown.
Because nothing says "I love you" like a G.G. Allin CD.
It's a week of Bobs.
Kid Rock finds his Rock & Roll Jesus, while Josh Groban, Patti Labelle, and the Isleys gear up for his birthday.
West Indian Girl added new members just in time to create their new CD.
Also: Walking Kaz Matsui is somehow wise, and good news! You can help pay off Isiah Thomas' sexual harassment suit!
Five down, twelve to go.
The Yankees are dead, the Yankees are dead, ding-dong, the Yankees are dead!
Houston has ten guards with guaranteed deals. Someone has to go.
Poser 7 is a must have for 3D figure generation and animation.
Heart disease and stressed-out spouses.
Sammon creates a quality learning experience for Canon EOS Digital Rebel owners.
Finally, a detailed travel book on one of the world’s most dangerous countries.
Teeth is, whatever one's stylistic preferences, an important collection of poems. Girmay's is a bold and fresh voice in poetry.
Bush administration will start to vigously enforce PATRIOT Act.
October is the best time of year to enjoy this pointy little treat.
Families are like any society in that they are geared to the lowest common denominator.