Like the best House, MD episodes, “Whatever it Takes” is simple on the outside but complex and beautiful within.
No writers = No shows. The writers deserve respect.
Andrei Tarkovsky's odd but effective sci-fi film is out in a DVD release for the masses.
A solid new edition of the 1970s Hollywood classic.
This funny film shows how two friends go above and beyond to be there for each other in ways they never imagined.
Aquaman, one of several heroes to be part of The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure, makes it to DVD.
An alien invasion story that, while covering a lot of ground and touching on many themes, needs a bit more development.
An easy and entertaining read for the hopeless romantic or the action and thrill junky.
Don't get drunk at the Red Gate Inn. You may go back seven centuries in time.
Fans of fictional biography in general and Jane Austen in particular are sure to be delighted.
If you are looking for new ways to see your photography, then this should be on your reading list.
A must-read for anyone who has to make decisions about a web site.
Life of a single woman in Chicago isn't always glamorous when everyone is getting engaged.
For those with some Photoshop skills, Adobe Photoshop CS3 for Photographers: Video Training Book can help you learn some new techniques and skills.
Eric Clapton chronicles his life and career in this riveting memoir.
A new graphic novel meshes Lovecraftian horror and militaristic sci-fi – with mind-bending results!
An amusing mystery full of surprise, sarcasm, and suspense that perfectly showcases the author's unique and fresh style.
Any fan of the movie American Gangster will appreciate this compelling and cohesive addition to the true crime canon.
An environmental evangelical, not of sin and eternal fires of ecological collapse, but of virtue and paradise promised by change.
To rock, or not to rock - that is the question
It’s alive? Mel Brooks’s musical struggles against our memories; director Susan Stroman puts a shine on the monster’s tap shoes.
Pearapong Khireewong represents a new sensibility that is both original and provocative and uses art as an agent of peace.
Though it's overdone in nearly every way imaginable, there's still much fun to be had in Mel Brooks's latest Broadway extravaganza.
"Racism is an evil weed sewn in the garden of humanity" -Barndt
Have Port with your next smoke.
Be thankful for wine.
Don't be shocked by your wine's taste.
Akron/Family blends psychedelic rock with traditional music and just enough new-age flavor not to levitate you off the ground.
Paper Rival has just released a new EP that should leave fans wanting more.
Hardcore and hip hop, together like peanut butter and chocolate.
It's a musical experience unlike any I've ever heard, and it created an indelible impression of passion and commitment
Issac Newton, Goldilox, porridge, and Pete Doherty.
Don't miss out on this terrific album
John Hiatt drives south to Nashville, but his music's quality just kept heading north.
The 411 on the DLC including AFI for GHIII on the 360 + Review.