Missouri and West Virginia are on a collision course for the title game. Hawaii is also looking to sneak into the BCS.
Oh, those Bohemians - poor but always singing.
After four months of living in China, my wife and I finally take a road trip.
An eccentric family finds love and freedom of choice in NYC.
Dave Gahan releases a winner with Hourglass. It’s sexy, it’s sultry, it’s just plain enjoyable.
A little bit of everything, including a wedding song and a Christmas tune.
A special Christmas instalment, but unlike most of the “Songs” column’s this edition isn’t full of passion, desire and lust... Come-on it's Christmas!
The first new song from the suffixed Queen spotlights Nelson Mandela’s 46664 HIV AIDS global campaign.
I don't know why Farris didn't give us an encore to "I Know."
Thumbs up or thumbs down?
...his music moved beyond the limitations imposed by expectations of what Jazz should be.
Derek Miller is one of the best hard rock blues performers you'll see!
Between the cute Aussie accents and great music what’s not to love?
Ambitious experiments with sound.
I'm putting my music collection on shuffle and talking about what comes out.
A fascinating look at mankind by a man who has spent his life’s work comparing the answers accumulated by our ancestors.
The predator has become the prey as Dexter ruches to its season finale.
The film Beowulf, an adaptation of the epic poem, is a significant missed opportunity.
This one’s decent for the kids. I just wish there was a little more adult “funny” in it.
Check it out December 1 at 8PM!
It's full of biographical information and has a swingin' soundtrack, but (extremely) overused special effects make it difficult to watch.
If you're a fan of Apocalypse Now and haven't already seen Hearts of Darkness, you're not really a fan.
A decent if unimaginative comedy in a slightly above average HD presentation.
Mac finally finds out who has been making the mystery calls.
Pictures, videos, posters to get you just a little excited about going to the cineplex.
The best made-for-tv movie ever made, that just happened to end up on the big screen.
Appealing to the sensory, Beowulf is an action-packed, fantastical, romantic, adventurous epic.
An hour-long Avatar event that the whole family can enjoy.
Jason and Liz find comfort in each others arms; Nikolas finds he can see and touch Emily.
A lonely release searches for an audience in a sea of holdovers.
Ah, the first of week of December. The end of the year is nigh.
A solid if slow-to-start comedy makes for a wonderful, packed HD DVD.
Place this Texas tale of drugs, murder, and vengefulness among the best of the decade.
This quality Disney film mixes classic animation with live action comedy, music, and romance.
Littlefoot, Cera, Petrie, and friends return for another fun-filled adventure in the Great Valley.
The players and the pawns, the characters of the stories have come to face what is inside their hearts
Like the Dude, Eric Whelchel abides when reviewing I’m a Lebowski, You’re a Lebowski: Life, The Big Lebowski, and What Have You
Rachel Morgan is a witch private eye in a hard town. Good thing she has a vampire partner.
The seamless, carefully wrought stories illuminate the lives of individuals struggling with limiting and changing circumstances.
Ms. Tree, the lady P.I. with a big gun, in her first novel as she tracks down her husband's killers.
This is a great training program for anyone wanting to enhance their abilities with Flash CS3.
PAIN and rock and roll.
Is Ron Paul turning into a real politician who will take support from any quarter no matter how unsavory?