Sick, twisted, but more than a little effective.
With the WGA strike now over, we await new episodes of House,MD, premiering April 28.
I found this DVD marginally interesting. It might be informative for the new fan who wants to find out about the early years.
Hitchcock, at his very best, delivers a tale of mistaken identity, spies, and one Eva Marie Saint.
Part two of the guide covers the second half of season one.
The top ten sees a turnover of nearly half from last week.
Kate and Logan were both admitted to GH, one with a gunshot wound, the other with a wrench to the head.
Director Christopher Nolan attempts to pull a sleight-of-hand on the audience.
The strike may be over, but my mood is growing more foul.
Lots of war-themed films and Oscar nominees in this batch!
A look at Woody Allen, his films, and his importance.
Dexter comes to network television and I like it (and him).
A Kink, a Jayhawk, a guy nicknamed Basher, and Saleski's Choice. Because there are always choices...
After adding, subtracting, then adding again, I've finally come up with my 27 favorite tracks from 2007.
Definitely a CD that can be played over and over again with its catchy tunes and thoughtful, at times stinging lyrics.
The Broadway star needs a collaborator who's hungry to succeed, not Glen Ballard.
Garage Orchestra’s ramshackle Pet Sounds-and-kettle drums core is complemented with Cindy Lee Berryhill’s loosey-goosey vocals and upfront guitar.
Is indie music truly in its own world or not?
Well written screamo that is less filling and easily forgotten.
A huge blast of funk.
It's so doggone good that the only mystery is why did the talented bassist wait so long?
It's as if the Supremes had a crack baby with the Everly Brothers that could sing like an angel but had the devil inside.
Provides a good introduction to improvisational fabrication and tips for experienced Makers.
A debut novelist explores the seamier side of Las Vegas.
In this debut novel, a man with an IQ of 76 wins $12 million in the lottery.
A well-told narrative with fully-realized characters, one that provides insights into the struggles educated women of the post-World War Two generation faced in many societies.
Mom-lit rich in love, intrigue, and delivered with the perfect embouchure.
A must-read for devoted Gibbins fans, though the requisite Vatican conspiracy connection also rears its head.
The story of Hugh Hefner's Fantastic Voyage is told in a beautiful coffee table book, and on interactive archive discs.
Everyone must realize that, yes, they are just words, but in academia, politics, and every day life, words really do matter.
The people of Pakistan has spoken against the regime Pervez Musharraf and religious parties.
The health care crisis is a product of federal legislation that was designed to take away choices from patients and doctors at every step.
Want to slim down while eating fantastic cuisine and great wine?
Crave the opportunity to visit a Cru Class Chateau in Bordeaux?
If the current rate of attrition of both habitat and animals is allowed to continue, it will result in the extinction of wild burro herds.
A new musical from Ray Cooney, "Master of British Farce."
It's on basic cable, it's as competitive as any other bracket tournament, and it's up-tempo.