The post-punk popsters attempt a return to form with mixed results.
The C Elliott Project is just beginning.
Essential Elvis: Chapter 5.
Devo vs. McDonald's - round one
It's loud, raw, and not very sophisticated, yet full of an energy.
Slap on the pancake, it's a goth you can dance to!
Massive Attack's first album challenges listeners with a unique combination of soul, hip-hop, trance, and reggae.
Happy 4th Of July!
When it comes to what it takes to present old roots music to modern audiences, Scrapomatic understands.
Positioned to compete with Harry Potter and Narnia but in its execution it falls woefully short.
Well, it gets off to a great start...
Frank Darabont's latest Stephen King adaptation is worth checking out even if it's nothing overly great.
National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets is an average movie that benefits from an amazing audio and video transfer that truly enhances the film.
The Tappet brothers turn to TV with their humor, accents, and knowledge.
Every person – young or old – should make time for Young@Heart.
If you are a fan of the books you can't help but be a fan of these televised adaptations.
Seventy films are ahead of The Godfather? Surely not...
Baby drama dominated last week’s storylines on General Hospital.
Synergy is the core power of America. "Election Day" is an example of that power.
Looking for something new to see? Here are a few choices.
Disney completely botches this HD release with a miserable transfer.
Robbie Coltrane does a purposeful Lightning McQueen in this British series.
An eye-opening look at how we vote...
Head writer Jason Katims is grateful to have a third season of the struggling and unique show.
Singer Norah Jones debuts in Wong Kar Wai 's first English language film.
Pixar does it again. Is there no stopping them?
The Fall feels like a gift of a movie for which we should all send Tarsem Singh a thank you note.
The Internet's first-ever narcoleptic reviewer!
The eight-episode "survivor" arc accomplished more than providing House with a new team. The games gave us new insight into the grumpy doc.
This is a beautifully conceived film that proves the theory that less can sometimes be more.
Nine-year-old Sobrino Poco Loco weighs in on the two Popeye releases.
The face of fear gets a makeover -- still ugly, but not “uppity.”
The persistent reader will be rewarded with huge golden nuggets of wisdom, and the mind will be opened along the way.
Anyone interested in the past, present, and future of our government and how it operates should find this an essential read.
Eternal damnation never looked so easy in this manga animé spin-off.
52, a weekly DC Comics series. This week, starring Black Adam, and many other DC Universe characters.
This multilayered story combines the gritty worldliness of a police procedural with the eerie chills of a psychological thriller.
You cannot be serious, Andy!
Data breaches leading to the theft of information are growing. No one really knows how many go undetected.