A great mix of songs makes this release a worthy follow-up to Hot Chip's breakthrough album.
Landmark doom metal. Any fan of dark, depressing, doom-laden music should not miss this.
Modern blues from ancient African rhythms.
Rare live tracks by the Kingston Trio from Once Upon A Time and Twice Upon A Time.
Underrated gem from an underrated band. It's not too late!
Ethereal but slightly vacuous.
Jon McKiel talks about his first guitar and performs "Never Forget" for the Sun Studio Sessions.
It's like stumbling into someone's living room and finding it full of family singing for the sake of the song. A simple and pure joy.
Reverend Wright reminds voters why they'd be crazy to vote for Obama in November.
Maybe The Reverend Mr. Wrong is right, at least about something, and maybe we need to think a bit more about the causes of anger; his and ours.
This Diner Dash-inspired game takes on the topsy-turvy world of planning weddings.
The wittiest film about teen pregnancy yet.
If that title isn't rhetorical, the answer is no.
Plenty of wood in Torchwood, in every sense of the word. But give it a chance!
This is the ideal gift for the nature lover in your family and the perfect package for anyone with a passion for this fascinating world.
This film is a joy to watch, whether you're a fan of Hitchcock, spy films, or the art of film in general.
Elling is a wonderful movie, with beautiful acting, and a funny, genuinely heart-warming story.
Creator and star Christopher Bolton talks about the charm of his workplace comedy.
A new documentary looks into the possibility of a Jesus-Mary bloodline.
A unique documentary examines through personal narrative what it means to be the child of Holocaust survivors.
Owners of select Disney/Buena Vista DVDs can get $10 toward the purchase of the same films on Blu-ray Disc.
A stoner comedy that delivers the goods.
I think they wrote the script in the dark.
A heartbreaking conclusion to Rick Bragg's family trilogy.
Robles' children's book challenges the concept of "affirmative action."
Lazar's book cuts through genre distinctions to the heart of what matters in life.
As a kind of throat-clearing between bigger tales, the enigmatic After Dark is almost more of a tone poem than a fully fleshed-out novel.
One writer takes a look back at the life and death of Timothy Treadwell.
“This is music, music we care about. We don’t make records to find girls. We already have girls.”
Ray Bradbury's own scripting and his theater company's production shows promise, but the master of sci-fi short stories isn't the master of the stage yet.
We have gone too far when we abandon pet animals for the sake of convenience.
Domo products are now available from Dark Horse Comics.
No one could be sadder than I. Morgan Freeman, Frances McDormand, Peter Gallagher: what could possibly go wrong? A lot.
Don Juan gets his due at Glendale's A Noise Within. This is a sexy, lustful, and wildly funny revival of Moliere's morality play.
A modern take on Il Barbiere di Siviglia complete with trashcans.
Seriously, I am fine.
Think of the headlines. Or, better yet, the New York Post's back page.