Dumb but fun.
A so-so spin on the classic sci-fi tale.
In order to dribble their way towards NBA glory, eight players take it to the hoop in Beastie Boy turned filmmaker Adam Yauch's new film.
Get Psych-ed, take it to the House, Eureka, you've found it.
Paul Thomas Anderson's dark, majestic, Oscar winning epic, out now on DVD.
You think you can dance, but how are you with snuggling?
Looking to fill up your Netflix queue?
Superheroes take flight.
The Blue Men return for version 2.0 of their rock concert experience.
The performances are great, the story interesting, and the messages behind it admirable.
A disappointing TV adaptation with too much stock summer action and too little humor.
Here is your chance to win the next installment in this weapons-based brawler.
A step forward in some areas, a step backwards in others.
Extensive political play provides cross country challenges against smear campaigns, media bias and spin doctors.
Another interesting twofer from Collectors' Choice, this one highlights arranger/composer Ralph Carmichael's work with Nat King Cole.
Essential Elvis: Chapter 12.
Once the home of left field electronica, in it's diversity Warp is now truly a label of the future
So what's the big news we're all waiting to hear about Michael Johns signing a record deal?
Saleski's back, plus Josh Hathaway on the new Beck. Did we mention Saleski's back?
Middle Class Rut is looking to expand and fracture that Northern California stigma
Being prohibited by many radio stations probably helped make his song a best-seller.
Janis Martin may not be Elvis but she is essential.
As the daughter of Donny Hathaway, one of soul music's eternal legends, the expectations placed upon Lalah's career have been extraordinarily high.
Minneapolis band offers eclectic second album.
No rest for the wicked as the bands just kept coming.
With equal parts insanity and straight-ahead power rock, the Melvins have done it again with their nineteenth studio record.
Useful Idiots perform a function in society: they make us angry. That is a good thing.
What kind of serious candidate could run on a platform which advocates theocracy, isolationism and the death penalty for rape?
Countries need to start figuring out how to wean us off fossil fuels before it's too late.
Back to blogging! And I was just getting good at siphoning gas for my car from McCain's tour bus!
Take the time to savor the words and the building tension as the characters live out the little dramas of life.
A remarkable fusion of prose and poetry, well worth reading regardless of whether or not the subject matter is of interest to you.
I was expecting a breezy summer chick lit novel. What I got was so much more and I was not disappointed.
This continues to be the best overall book on fine art printing.
The CIA, Ballroom Dancing, Black Religion, Dana and Christopher Reeve, L. M. Montgomery, Ben J. Wattenberg, Julia Reed, "Bloody Mary"...
There really is only one Anne Shirley, and after reading this book, I am certain you’ll agree.
If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.