An entertaining, if flawed, look into the life of a serial killer.
A must have for old and new fans of the Doctor and the genre.
Monday night television, what is wrong with you these days?
As his father collapses from a heart attack, Lucky learns his son is actually Jason's.
Due summer 2008
Good writing and an excellent cast make for a worthwhile experience.
Vince Vaughn's first 20/20 deal fails to pay off.
Eric Whelchel reviews P2. He's not parking there either.
My favorite TV cartoons? Hardly the work of Picasso, but they made up for it in wit and cool.
ABC streams webisodes while the writers strike threatens the show's new season.
Best Episode Ever.
One of the best all-around games of the year, and so far, the Wii Game of the Year. Until we get our hands on Galaxy.
If you're not into PvP, TURN BACK NOW!
A celebration of "the first American violinist to achieve international rank."
A good look at Queen at their live peak
Improvisation from the inside out.
Beale Street is where it all began - the birthplace of the blues and the inspiration for so many artists.
Joe Pass handles Christmas standards with as much ease as his fabled treatment of jazz standards.
There’s nothing here that hasn’t been covered before, and more in-depth somewhere else.
Yes, you read that right: Petula Clark.
M.I.A. since 2004, Shalini's third album is well worth the wait. Fans of power-pop should take notice.
Unless you want to see President Bush rehabilitated, you might want to ask the Democrats what the hell they're doing.
Christmas is the only religious holiday recognized by the federal government. The ACLU is going to stop that and take the War on Christmas to a whole new level.
To completely redefine privacy because of what we volunteer to put online these days is ludicrous.
With the stagehands' strike and all, what's left out there on Broadway worth seeing? Not this, sadly.
"Texans are big-hearted and they know that killing people is not our job."
A sentimental Christmas story with a message of the power of love to bring a miracle to life.
An in-depth look at one not-often talked-about facet of heart disease.
One of those rare books where you forget what genre you're reading and simply enjoy the story.
Ken writes about his days with the Beatles with a wistful air and viewpoint that seems to have been tempered by time and everlasting loyalty.
Packed with suspense, tension, and great writing, Hitler’s Judas is a grand experience
Readers will root for Sammy as she navigates her love life through cutthroat Washington, where the most innocuous event can be blown out of proportion.