Everything Is Fine seems to be not only the album title but also a report on the status of Turner's rapidly rising career.
The Blues Blogger takes us on another trip down memory lane and remembers a legend.
Slow Runner is what happens when Star Wars or AV geeks grow up and form a band... after pulling a sword from a stone.
Common's raw rhymes mixed with that earthy backpacker aura still emanate from this pristine set, and yes I do mean pristine as uncorrupted.
Instead of electronics being the music, they are now another instrument to be utilized in creating and performing music.
Nothing earth shattering here. Just the sort of great radio friendly rock that should've made Lofgren a much bigger solo star.
Live Free or Die Hard? Do both with this DVD!
Hopefully your mileage will vary with Mr. Bean's Holiday better than mine did.
Hearts of Darkness, the much talked about documentary from behind the scenes of Apocalypse Now, is finally on DVD.
Somebody Help Me flips the script on today's horror films, as well as delivers scares and entertainment.
A melee of judicial philosophy etched across Stallone's fist.
A grossly overlooked POW drama from Werner Herzog.
Which films should help decorate your mantel and which should be buried beneath the North Pole?
A chilling study of how ordinary people deal with the idea that some people are just innately, implacably evil.
A horror story reduced to medical malpractice cleanup.
The staff of GH realizes how fragile life is as they mourn Emily and care for a critical patient.
Musgo Del Jefe offers suggestions on what's worth watching for the upcoming week.
Not including significant extras off of the HD release is unforgivable, but the movie and video presentation are still worth it.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a repeat viewing of this timeless, cheery, and sentimental classic.
A moving tale of immigrant life.
It’s just first class animation with a mind-bending story thrown in for good measure.
Easily one of the best creature features ever made is slaughtered in Universal's HD release.
Enlightening and entertaining, this film not only tells a good story, it conveys a serious message.
The story of "the longitude problem" offers comfort from history for the geographically challenged.
Amid the religious quest and terrorism plot is an enormous amount of comparative religion.
A new “Shonen Jump” series focuses on a pair of young ghostbusters.
It may be an "airplane novel," but with the over-explaining and halts in the action, it comes with its own turbulence and holding patterns.
With most of the new books in the stores by now, it's all-fiction slim pickin's this week: Sue Grafton, Jim Butcher, Harry Turtledove.
5 Reasons the NFL Network and Jerry Jones Will Win
If we are to avoid becoming the playthings and chattels of the powerful, we need to practice individual moral vigilance.
About five days a week I pass by the brown and dry reminders of January 2007, as well as kindling for future fires.
Redstate.org and their friends are partly responsible for the CNN/YouTube Republican debate screw-up and now they want a "do-over".
I hope there are more reasons for me to turn on my Wii next year, aside from the allure of flashing blue lights.