Surprisingly, the movie entertained me in a bizarre way. Oilman Daniel Plainview is an unforgettable character
One month of status quo to go...
The latest House episode, "It's a Wonderful Lie", explores House's unique relationship with the truth.
While Swamp Thing didn’t exactly set the world on fire, it has a loyal fan base and the series is loyal to the source material.
A sub-standard Blu-ray effort for a classic action movie.
Tootise gets a new release on DVD for its 25th anniversary.
This big, beautiful, complete box set is worth the money.
Compared to the original movie, which was a real curveball for horror fans, this sequel is a tragic bottomfeeder.
Whatever you do, remember to save the pizza!
An impressive if inconsistent HD debut for this classic.
Lucky and Kate had some truths to face, while Patrick avoided one.
Rocket Science's story of a problem-riddled teen doesn't quite get off the ground.
Be afraid if you ever see Beeftina walking down the street.
Dedication is a modern love story, with the emphasis on modern.
Features are slightly less involving, but the video and audio trump the first film's Blu-ray.
A Christmas present from FOX full of sex, lies, and surprises.
Another casual winner from PopCap.
The fan-favorite Nintendo 64 title from Japan was worth the long wait.
Can one person really step into another’s life?
Yearn for an easy way to learn everything about wine?
The book is written in Poch’s matter-of-fact voice and despite being hysterically funny, it is packed with good advice.
Love chocolate? Here's a book you - or your favorite chocoholic - will savor.
Ben Templesmith’s newest addition to the popular vampire GN series finds blood ‘n’ fangs on the Russian front.
Two scholars go on a whirlwind adventure to discover the truth behind a biblical mystery.
A gripping epic fantasy in the tradition of Robert Jordan, Raymond Feist and David Eddings.
Think that fashion has gone the way of all flesh? Take a look at these books.
You are now free to reject consumerism.
This debut album is one of the strongest and most surprisingly mature albums from a young band I have heard.
Classic guitarist Ritchie Blackmore defies conventional wisdom with his Renaissance-inspired band...and succeeds on this live DVD.
The Queens, New York native son brings to us the art form of "thugcore".
They've managed to take the music to a place where the sound itself is inspirational and is able to carry their message of hope.
Bullet For My Valentine is back with an all new album that may very well push them further in the metal spotlight.
Despite a lull in the set-list, this new DVD is an electric performance by the acid jazz funsksters.
Female-fronted hard rock/metal outfit presents us their debut release.
Article V of the Constitution authorizes the deployment of magical pixies to fix all the world's ills.
The also-rans are falling by the wayside. It looks more and more like a McCain-Obama contest in the fall.
Turns out the typical 18-35 male enjoys tits and football, but not at the same time.