Ryan Gosling delivers a fine performance opposite a doll.
Josh Hartnett doesn't suck in it and - gasp! - that's not where the scariness ends.
Bela Lugosi gets a rare shot at making with the heroics in this 1934 serial-turned-feature.
Ben Affleck makes a fantastic directorial debut with this mature, engrossing effort.
Nova goes on a 26.2 mile run.
Port Charles is gearing up for a Cinderella-like Black and White Ball.
A thriller with aspirations, but no ambition.
Baby Einstein delivers an another entry into their ever-growing collection; should it enter yours?
Numb3rs Season 3 delivers emotions, offers brain teasers and new math, and slams the fans with a surprise twist.
Unique, violent, strange, and worth watching.
Rick Rosenthal directs this coming-of-age movie with zest and an artist's eye.
The show begins its fifth season as our doctors transplant themselves to Los Angeles.
The Boston Red Sox apparently added Royce Clayton to their post-season roster to be a billboard, not a backup.
Does anyone remember that Beavis and Butthead was a satire?
A poignant, insightful documentary.
... people looking for a taste of Japanese horror may find that this movie will pique their interest into trying other titles.
Do you know what you don't know? Two recent books will allow you to explore your own misconceptions about the world.
The 35th Spenser entry has the rugged Boston PI on a case that hammers his own past hurts.
52, a weekly DC Comics series. This week, starring Black Adam and Renee Montoya.
Despite the fang-less vampires, an expletive-spewing heroine, and other less-than standard-issue vampire novel elements, you can still sink your teeth into Mortal Touch.
In fiction meant to empower and transport, Juno specializes in fantasy featuring strong female characters.
Great, fun reading for bedtime.
What happens when the love of your life is a very bad girl?
A thriller that isn't from a writer who couldn't.
The top of the heap didn't change, but the bottom of the tree shook out some losers.
Wherein the World Series ceases to become must see TV.
The Chase for the Nextel Cup and Car of Tomorrow have failed to even the playing field as expected.
Enter to win one of four great prize packages celebrating the CMA Awards.
"...it was as if he was standing naked on stage, the music coming directly from the man, not the horn."
All Justice wants is for you to "D.A.N.C.E."
Two Gallants raw energy, electric folk release, is proof that this dynamic duo can create art with music.
One night of brutal music. My ears are still paying for it.
At The Bite of Las Vegas, Vanessa Carlton proved being able to play piano and hit a variety of vocal high notes isn't necessarily enough.
The guitar of the future is here, if you want it.
It's a symphonic metal theme in this Marty's Musical Meltdown.
Blogcritics is proud to offer five readers a chance to win the soundtrack and promotional gifts from American Gangster!
Are you curious to know what goes on in a baker's workshop?
The number of immigrants coming into America has grown steadily, and there are many in the U.S. who refuse to recognize this change.
Halloween is one of the few links we have to a dark past that made us who we are. Let's not blandify it.
Who doesn’t love Halloween? Who doesn’t love a quiz? Who doesn’t love a Halloween quiz?
In a world of political apathy, it's just what the doctor ordered.
Nintendo and Konami, plus interviews with Metal Gear Solid 4 assistant producer Ryan Payton and Greg Vederman of HP.
You can't find a better $30 value on this hardware.
Players get so much motor for the money here that it's impossible to dock points from the game because of the relatively high difficulty
A look at THE games to buy on the Playstation 3 for the discriminating gamer this holiday season.