Nothing begats nothing: AMC's Mad Men.
Live life in the fast lane with this Warner Bros. release.
Unfunny and overlong. A misfire for Rogan and Apatow.
What is it with reality show contestants and their lies?
Do "snuff" films exist? Director Paul von Stoetzel examines the myths - and reality - of snuff films.
"Baby It's You" finally debuts on DVD thanks to Legend Films.
The final season for the team.
You must leave your brain in the car for this.
An outstanding subject whose topiary creations truly have to be seen to be believed.
It's that time of year again, when the global elite gather for some gay sex, drag shows and subjugating the proles.
The goal of the Arabs is to kill us off. The only thing that changes is how creative they are in their attempts.
Star-struck and gambling on a dream, Michigan — proving to the world that you CAN get blood out of a turnip!
Everything from Frank Sinatra to the nuclear arms race finds its way into Underworld, Don DeLillo's massive novel.
This is one of the more satisfying "retort" books on the market. It is funny, simple, and intelligent.
New children's series for Christian girls - think American Girl meets Jesus, only better.
Gage sets off on a roller-coaster adventure, always getting away with a mix of skill, luck, and a heavy dose of resourcefulness.
A deeply personal and often hilarious look into how a teenager copes with learning his mother is a lesbian.
(Another) new James Patterson novel, along with new fiction by Daniel Silva, J. A. Jance, Suzanne Brockmann, and more.
What happens when you take animals off the survival of the fittest track?
From the power of music to murder in the Florentine countryside...
Hercules And Love Affair injects some disco love into contemporary music.
Quivver's jovial consideration for getting things just right makes this one hell of a fun electro-pop album.
Everything old is new again.
A goodie bag of Buddy Guy's new album "Skin Deep."
Essential Elvis: Chapter 23.
Double Trouble - the core around which great music is built.
If a score was written to accompany the failure of a suspension bridge, this would be it.
A review of Will Oldham's latest.
Bill Withers' under appreciated live album functions not only as a great listen, but as a master class to songwriters and performers.
Has a kind of electrifying intensity to their music that makes you want to get up and do something.
Chuck Prophet's newest offering provides good clean summer fun with a thumping pop beat.
The new MAN reissues are an eclectic lot of three stellar albums and one of them is their studio masterpiece.
David Bromberg returns with an excellent album of acoustic American music.
Amelia's latest album, A Long Lovely List of Repairs, delivers more of their beautiful signature amalgamation.
Steve Allee's latest proves again that this contemporary jazz pianist can more than cut it with the straight ahead stuff.
Looking for quality music? If so, check out Clayton Perry's listing of overlooked gems.
Something a little different from the Latin music legend.
John Daly's circus act at the Open Championship shows just how far he's veered off course
E-Gold Execs pleaded guilty to money laundering and operating an unlicensed business.
The Fine Art Of Photoshop will have you producing digital works of art in no time.
I think that in the end it doesn't seem like it really matters.
Why Linux isn't on the Desktop yet, and why it probably never will be.