Just how good is the "final" chapter in Bungie's epic sci-fi shooter?
Nintendo DS Game of the Year? It certainly makes a strong case for it.
Bring back the bongo controllers and ditch the kart racing, Nintendo.
Like the robots, the two-disc special edition DVD is more than meets the eye.
I trust TV to do the right thing. Maybe I shouldn't.
A heartwarming story about a boy, his longing for a girl's head, and an eccentric archaeologist hunting demons.
The disco classic holds up well on a new DVD release.
Halloween means the end of the horror movie hurricane; can the holiday goodies be far behind?
Despite its faults, this movie is a lot of fun.
Truthiness is Stranger than Fiction
A fascinating and exhilarating stage performance of traditional martial arts.
The dichotomy that is Dexter is explored on several fronts in this episode.
Will Cinderella die at the ball for love?
Like Bronte’s Rochester, Gregory House is a Romantic Hero.
With above par violence, bloodshed, pace, and creativity, The Other Side exceeds expectations for a low-budget freshman affair.
Harlan discusses "the titles of one of the great American artists of his generation."
A convoluted mess that goes down easy with plenty of blood.
A convoluted but entertaining episode of this very X-Files-y series.
Ann Hagman Cardinal expounds on the Zen of Spongebob... and the downfall of Western civilization.
An unpopular choice for the top pick? What is the world coming to?
It doesn't blow you away but it's definitely worth watching.
Despite Saw's bloodletting, box office is still down from last year.
Now you too can amaze, impress, or even bore your friends with your vast knowledge of the iconic Beatles album cover.
Smile for Them hits all the right spots and is already one of my favorite albums of 2007.
Jazz fusion master Al Di Meola returns to the electric guitar...at least for part of this DVD.
Looking for a rebirth of rock? You might want to look elsewhere.
A compilation of new tracks, rare demos, a career-spanning documentary and live show. Thursday's fans couldn't ask for more.
The Eagles have risen from a twenty eight year grave, while Britney attempts to recover from a four year hangover.
Neil Young, pretentious bastard.
The first all-new Eagles album since 1979 headline today's installment of "Quickies."
Can't get into jazz because it's "too complicated"? Here's a little secret...
Yoko Kanno's versatility is showcased in this digital release.
Get On Board! is certainly a valuable and timely record, and Kim and Reggie Harris should be commended for continuing to highlight this music.
Six (or fewer) steps of separation from one oddly named musician to another.
What the hell does Kyra Sedgwick have to do with it? Read on and find out.
Marriage and family gain a new allure when they are portrayed as forbidden fruit.
The life of a woman who is looking for love in the most bizarre places.
A tale of friendship, hardship, and empowerment that captures death's relentless embrace in the slums of Africa.
The Electric Church will convert even the most discriminating reader.
Most people who perform acts of heroism on a daily basis usually aren't aware of it. To them it's called life.
The more I read, see, and learn about this case, the more I am convinced the three did not get a fair trial.
Oprah Winfrey was an idol of mine for years. Recently, something has definitely gone wrong.
Employers do not have the right to subject hired employees to in-house fighting.
Pedroia's the hot rookie. Lowell's the MVP. Kiprusoff is a rich goalie. Sorgi's a rich backup.