Japanese developer Akira Yamaoka claims that Japanese game development is "in trouble."
Shout Factory has released a 7 CD collection of Grammy® winning songs as part of the 50th anniversary celebration.
Our listeners had no idea what was going on behind the scenes.
Think of it as a Blogcritics version of 4' 33"
The Drive-By Truckers will never be considered sophisticated, but they've polished up their act some with this release.
Just as The Simpsons have The Treehouse of Terror, Family Guy may have found its annual tradition.
New DVD brings the magic back to fantasy fans, old and young.
An actor taken away too soon.
While Mac ripped into Felicia, the DNA evidence on the TMK went missing.
A caper/comedy with neither suspense nor laughs.
The contest for Best DVD of 2008 has begun with this set.
Sarah Connor and those Gladiators get me all riled up.
A rather lackluster release week.
One of the most subdued thrillers ever made.
Suburban Girl is mostly light and fluffy. There is little substance, and this is only provided in small doses.
Monsters and clothing top this week's list.
A fun, dumb popcorn flick from Marvel and a solid piece for Blu-ray fans.
A wonderful first hour, great performances, beautiful images - but a deeply flawed movie.
Photoshop CS3 Prepress Essentials with Taz Tally is a great training package for learning the art of professional prepress output generation.
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American Theocracy, ever looming these past three decades attempts to rewrite U.S. history, with the aid of Congress.
Helping Hillary win nomination may well be the only way the Republican Party can hang on to the White House.
What started out as a slugfest might have turned into salvation for one Democratic candidate.
Tyranny or freedom, it is up to you.
Food for the stomach as well as the mind.
A suburban Mom is pushed over the edge when her family is brutally murdered.
Publisher Larry Young's newest comics mini-series is a zippy tribute to seventies speed cinema.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Geraldine Brook imagines the history of a mysterious manuscript in her latest novel.
A book that each and every human being should read, so that they can recognise the reality it speaks about.
Compelling and mysterious, the Black Book of Secrets holds a lot of intrigue between its ebony covers.
A commentary on the sad state of affairs when those who claim to care about something, are more concerned about their egos...
Hollywood gets it comeuppance from small-town Texas. Sure to delight.
Leven Thumps is off on one of the wildest and whackiest adventures ever written for kids.
As long as the Groo fundamentals exist, the mendicant can err for as long as he wants.
Using puppets and masks, this powerful historical drama fuses crafty stage magic with near-minimalist economy of narrative.
DeBeers control of the precious diamond market finally being threatened by lawsuits and other competing countries.
We used to be cool. We were totally into each other and ourselves. Now we’re about to be “Mom” and “Dad.”
A humble, sober attitude toward a bad evaluation will improve you more than a favorable evaluation ever could in these times of competition.
He looked at his wife as she nodded quietly and smiled. "He sure made a difference for us!"
Want to know more about what it takes to be a professional food writer? Listen to food editor Jan Newberry talk with TasteTV.
TasteTV visits Scoma's Restaurant (with fresh seafood) on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.
WVU students care more about RichRod's paper shredder than the governor's daughter's MBA legitimacy.