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Just one new title will be at the cineplex this weekend.
A speculative look at this season's big movies.
I'm not messy, I'm creative.
Gil Favor and the rest of the drovers are saddled up for another cattle drive.
Wait, so FOX is bringing American Idol back again. Wow, I didn't see that coming.
At long last, this little-known but much loved cult classic sees a release that does its considerable charms justice.
Every bit as good as you've been hearing.
Fantasia, and Three Becomes Two.
HIMYM is coming back! HIMYM is coming back! HIMYM is coming back!
This improv sketch show neglects to include the comedy.
Suffering retrograde amnesia after a serious bus crash, Dr. Gregory House tries to piece together the medical mystery of a fellow passenger.
So who are these terrorists in Iraq?
Richard Linklater's attempt to reveal the fast food industry's 'habits', although well intentioned, fails to accomplish its mission effectively.
Dear Diary of the Dead, you suck.
This new edition is a good reminder of the still-intimate relationship between literature and physical objects.
This LIFE Magazine publication is laid out in six specific types of vacations and is designed to destinations for all.
A well-written memoir that lets you experience the life of a drunken drag queen vicariously.
Americana with a dash of innocent romance.
The Door opens slowly, for small incremental revelations complete a picture of a life that even the imagination of a writer could not have created.
Hawkins shows how we can thrive on the heavenly communication of prayer, one of the most difficult tenets of the Christian faith.
You want a setlist? How about the complete "Darkness" and "Born To Run" albums performed in their entire original sequence?
Eye and ear candy that the Tullheads will appreciate.
Guitar wizards go head to head in flash! bang! wallop! fret frenzy.
Some empires fall to pieces while others flourish.
The Thrill of it All is still a thrill.
Oleg Kireyev and his Feng Shui Jazz project rock, if you'll excuse the term. A finely balanced jazz fusion record.
2008 will see new work from some of the biggest names in music.
With summer on its way, this one is full of summery pop craziness.
The Beach Boys release their first box set with some rarities included.
Gardenian steps away from melodic death with a tinge of industrial.
The doctor is in -- and he and his buddies are creating some outstanding jazz evocative of the swing era.
No processed bullshit here.
Strong entry in the melodic death metal genre.
Black Francis fans will love his continued revival of a "louder" sound.
The Submarines have a sunny outlook on life on their latest, and it's a good look for them.
A candid conversation with the keyboard wizard behind Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment, and others...
Hank has a loud bark, but the context of what he is saying will build another Yankee dynasty.
The president said “some” want to negotiate with terrorists; his press secretary denied he meant Obama. Is Bush just running scared?
Being "sweetied" in Detroit is a bad thing.
Walking down those dreaded halls five days a week is just torture.
The first of three articles discussing the allegations of child sexual abuse at the Yearning For Zion Ranch in Eldorado, Texas.