Doctors weigh in on the accuracy of the show's science.
Grab the Dharma-buttered popcorn, batten down the hatches, flop on your Smoke Monster beanbag chair, and enjoy the show!
Jamie Foxx does a great job in this actioner, but the impact is lessened by the political message.
"So how did you off yourself?"
The latest in the Resident Evil movie franchise delivers plenty of action and destruction.
24 good reasons to go to the movies (or rent them for home viewing) this year
If you savor the flavor of psychological twists and turns, then Atonement will appeal.
One of the most complete cinematic experiences I have experienced since Peter Jackson's "Lord Of The Rings."
Add Page’s pitch-perfect portrayal to an intelligently comedic script, and you arrive at the entertainingly real Juno.
George Ratliff's follow up to Hell House, his extraordinary 2001 documentary, is a crackling unorthodox horror sizzler.
Musgo Del Jefe offers suggestions on what's worth watching for the upcoming week.
You won't believe your eyes!
Unless Toshiba plays their cards perfectly, my favorite movie format is done for.
If you've seen Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth," you might be interested in his 2001 "The Devil's Backbone." It's the spiritual sequel.
Amazingly a sex doll brings together an entire community in a touching way.
A film that holds up better now that the sequel is out.
Pretty decent until the action stops and people start to talk.
Starring real life brothers Nat and Alex Wolff.
One of Dungeons & Dragons' finest stories comes to the small screen in a big way.
Join Mango and Papaya on a brand new adventure all around the town.
Wondering where our Blu-ray coverage has been? Here you go. We start off with a Ray Harryhausen classic.
John Cusack shines as an unbelieving nonfiction horror writer trapped in a haunted hotel room. From a Stephen King story.
I know I'm in the minority for not liking this film.
Selecting the best soundtrack of 2007 by recognizing Judd Apatow's ear for music.
The Blues Blogger changes gears and starts off The New Year by remembering a jazz legend ...
Mariah Carey takes The Adventures of Mimi out on the road.
The Brooklyn trio's intricate, atmospheric fourth LP is my choice for 2007's album of the year.
Gilmour, Clapton and other greats set the pace.
Seattle's Schoolyard Heroes have put out a CD that may give you nightmares.
Two early '70s reissues by poet/satirist/once-&-future-Fug Sanders definitely sound of their time.
When Dick Clark leaves this mortal coil - I won't be mourning.
He was sometimes called "The Voice With Hairs On Its Chest."
Emo pop punk goes acoustic. It is not as bad as it sounds...really.
This classic rock album is even better live.
The tragic decline and descent of Britain's most talented R&B singer of the last two decades says much about the music biz.
Little Arthur Duncan and his band play are keeping the sound of Chicago blues alive, and Delmark Records brings it live to your house.
I explain how songs get stuck in your head, and how to get them out!
Brazil's brutal world comes alive in a debut mystery.
The society returns once again with Geoff Johns at the helm. Prepare to fall in love.
Anne Stuart writes a fast and compelling page-turner with dangerous love affairs and even dealier spies.
A fascinating look at Iranian culture from the inside.
A personal account fails to explain Britain's binge drinking "epidemic".
Do you have a cat with attitude? You will recognize familiar behavior in this hysterical book.
This memoir is Clarence Thomas' tribute to the tough love of a grandfather he calls "Daddy."
Fraser is dead. Long live Flash Harry.
San Francisco Ballet is world renowned and synonymous with excellence.
Shakespeare's expose on how jealousy can break the strongest of men is brilliantly brought to the stage in Birmingham.
The factors possibly contributing to the unprecendented boom in Panama's property market.
When Queen guitarist Brian May penned “Fat Bottomed Girls,” he might not have known they really do make the rockin’ world go 'round.