The DVD release of a stunning 1997 documentary.
DCS Foyle is back one last time... maybe.
Why are evil people in cinema and novels so alluring to us?
A documentary that merely points fingers and seeks those to blame.
Bob Dylan has done his best to avoid artistic suicide his whole career, whether the fans like it or not.
Director Julian Jarrold's film fails to capture the essence of Evelyn Waugh's 1945 eulogy for the English country estate.
A hard to find Hammer Studios creature feature arrives uncut on DVD.
War, loss, and changes are in store for the Walton family but their love keeps them together.
Fans of The Rolling Stones receive a hell of a show on Blu-ray.
Throw out that black tape and stop rearranging your environment every night. There is another way.
Line up for suspect females, coffee throwing, and a governor who didn’t listen to her mother.
Gauging your flirting prowess.
Essential Elvis: Chapter 29.
Punk rock and hard rock mix in this raw, superficial party album.
From Marquee Moon to Flight of the Conchords, my life in albums - one per year.
Trumpeter Roy Hargrove puts out a solid set of post-bop originals and covers with his road band.
Soul legend Eddie Floyd is alive and well with his first new release in six years.
A cross between comic book hero tale and sci-fi.
A perfect take on the TV forensic crime genre in the written word.
Not very funny, but full of devotional insights carefully illustrated by the author's experiences.
A seminal music icon is extensively depicted, including the dark side of genius and the madness of a wounded soul.
A big novel with an even bigger heart, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle is the type of book that reaffirms my joy in reading.
Thunder? Wind? Slim pickings are all there is among the names for OKC's new team. Here's some better suggestions.
Andrew Giuliani's dream of the PGA Tour probably has less chance than Kramer's dream of playing the Senior Tour.