Heightened testosterone levels and manly experiences result from The Sword's sophomore album "Gods Of The Earth."
Dale Watson and his Lone Stars descend upon Phoenix for a marathon, genuine country music event.
An understated Starr with a rock-solid backbeat.
In its way, it’s a tribute to a band that’s not really a band.
Morcheeba's new CD is an uneven journey through trip hop, downtempo, and Gordon Lightfoot.
"The T4 Project" is quintessential punk.
The Beach Boys throw and party and you are invited. Well, sort of.
You can play the connect-the-pop/rock-dots, but the Kooks’ hooks are impressive and infectious on their own. An exhilarating album.
Cock rock glory, a bit of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal with some goth and classy folk rock.
A look at Day One of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Over 500 different versions have been recorded but some of them are seldom heard.
Basher is back with another great CD! Well okay, it's actually a deluxe reissue of his 1978 power pop classic...
Nikolas decides it's time to let Emily rest in peace.
One of the best comedies ever made.
An unfocused exercise in the erotic thriller.
Some films are simply unwatchable; and that might just make them required viewing.
Season seven brought lots of changes to Walton Mountain.
Is it a masterpiece of animated satirical cinema? Certainly not. But in the end, it is still Futurama.
Can a fat cat save the world from serene conformity?
Writer/director Jeremy Podeswa talks about adapting a novel and the process of making this film.
Missed opportunity is merely funny. Is that enough?
Can young girls and a tropical dance save a small mining town?
For fans who are up-to-date with the most recent episode of Lost (major spoilers within).
Is it really still a white man's world, even in Japan? Saft's documentary is another "white man making his fortune in the Orient" tale.
"I ended up with...the positive, mystical, fantasy and philosophical elements and attempted to create my own literary delicacy that included all of these ingredients."
This is no frilly urban fantasy: this is a 300-page poem about bloodthirsty noir werewolves.
This reissue edition of an early werewolf story by Yarbro paints a vivid portrait of Spain under the Inquisition.
In her new book, Gabrielle Goddard teaches you how to step out of your comfort zone in order to achieve your dreams.
A must-read for anybody wishing to understand what truly motivates American policy towards its indigenous people.
A wide range of readers will enjoy how the author blends a passionate love story with high suspense.
In the past week there have been a ton of stories dealing with steroids and human growth hormone (HGH).
Since its inception nearly 50 years ago, the Rangers' organization has exuded an atmosphere of failure and ineptitude.
Some on the far right are convinced there's no difference between McCain and his Democrat opponents. The facts say otherwise.