Mark Twain and Herman Melville, set to music, make for a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
Believe the hype -- this is the Citizen Kane of comic book movies.
The creation of the Sword in the Stone ride continues (Imagineer Quest Part 2, as I like to call it).
Roman Polanski takes you sailing with a hitchhiker in his tense, gorgeously restored feature filmmaking debut.
Guess what movie is at the top of my list?
The first time you'll ever experience physical pain from watching a movie.
Christopher Nolan has created a film that is almost as wild and daring as The Joker.
There's a reason it's not called Batman; this time around, it's all about The Joker.
The last Batman media is here! At least the last for a while.
This week I'm a little down on Dragons' Den. I'm hoping it's just a short term thing though.
Apes in Space! That's one small step for chimps and one giant leap for animated audiences in this less than stellar family film.
From obsession to ovation, the wholly lucky journey to the premiere of The Dark Knight is a story of perfection.
Welcome to my latest media experiment.
Barack Obama or John McCain can show U.S. leadership in ratifying the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
Like many government programs, Fannie and Freddie’s objective is noble, but at the same time inappropriate for government to undertake.
In which a square-peg Republican makes a visit to the beating heart of the progressive left and comes out alive.
Barack Obama -- politics as usual.
Jackson wields the knife, The New Yorker provides cover.
One of the godfathers of mashup and collage music finally sees a non-bootleg release of classic underground hip hop.
A life mashup? Yes, I like that.
If you want to hear a real woman sing real music for a change, than this is the disc for you.
This week brings a fistful of metal.
Witness Neil Diamond's historic concert event in Australia.
A legend -- but one who is still around and still doing it his way.
Fasten your seat belts, folks. Rough landing ahead!
"Towards Asmara" by Thomas Keneally travels through Eritrea's war of independence, a conflict that ousiders interpret.
Paul Auster's The New York Trilogy is detective fiction with a distinctly post-modern flavor.
A classic survival horror manga pits school kids against an apocalyptic future world.
Biblical fiction, strong characterization and an exemplary Christian example have made this title a classic in modern Christian fiction.
The ancient treatise on sex drives a publishing boom.
The price keeps dropping (depending where you shop), and it's the best deal around for the size.
Packers management is afraid that Brett Favre will thrive elsewhere. They shouldn't be.