The Best Drama on TV Takes Care of "Unfinished Business."
Designed almost exclusively for the teenage to twenty-something male, this is a saga of filth, sex, and raunchiness to satisfy fans of the TV series.
The Red Green Show is like the flu. Not everyone gets it. Those who are infected will love this boxed set.
Patrick and Robin reach an understanding.
... we're left to appreciate some top notch textiles and awards-calibre art direction...
Eleven contestants and the Lennon/McCartney songbook.
This movie mash-up pays homage while delivering superior entertainment.
The makeover episode.
Benicio del Toro deserved an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of drug addicted Jerry Sunborne.
Action/suspense film that lacks plausibility but makes up for it in entertainment value.
A fantastic new ending and nearly perfect Blu-ray put this in a must own category.
This special collection from Turner Classic Movies gives a glimpse into pre-Code Hollywood and still thrills, shocks, and titillates.
Yael Naïm is more than just background music for a Mac commercial.
Barry Manilow serenades with songs from the seventies.
Leah-Carla Gordone's best songs are whizzing worlds of twelve-string soulfulness.
"Jazzipino" has arrived.
Stax artists put a soulful spin on Beatles classics.
With pop sensibilities and rock and roll energy, this singer/songwriter delivers a solid debut.
This book was triggered when the principal at an elementary school told the whole school that May fifth was Mexican Independence Day. No it’s not...
"The story was something I had to finish. It was bigger than Jay or me by that time..."
Go ahead and celebrate today's rally, for reality will soon return.
Barack Obama's speech today was a bombshell; it was not safe rather it was a bold walk on hot water.
Barack Obama knows what he's fighting for, and Hillary Clinton's campaign is all wrong, which is why she's losing
When the teaser sees you’re upset and still teases, he takes it from lighthearted to mean-spirited. In turn, he takes you from treasure to target.
First-rate performances enliven this production of Richard Greenberg's twist on Henry James's tale of a Catskills heiress.
The MSM drops the ball again when it comes to reporting about Human Growth Hormone and its performance-enhancing properties.