Splatterhouse 2 leads the charge of releases this week.
R-Type as a turn based tactical game? A great concept that is, unfortunately, an average game.
This action platform title has plenty of movie based basic monkey business plus some new characters and 13 new enemies.
Carly Smithson wants her new album to be "Skid Row meets Celine Dion."
An indie fan wrestles with pop cultural ignorance
The long-awaited U.S. release of this Sheffield, England group’s acclaimed 2004 debut is way overdue, but totally worth the wait.
Melodic rock is alive and well and living in Sweden
Blue Cheer's first album was historically important and very loud.
Pomp, prog, a little modern rock with a reggae kicker. What else you want?
It's "Back To The Future" for The King!
Sam Phillips does more than enough...
The Butthole Surfers fulfilled their volatile reputation at their first New York concert in years, forcing themselves back into the spotlight.
'Captivating' (Q Magazine), 'Intelligence' (New Musical Express) - BC's Eurorock adds its own superlative to UK band Passenger.
The Boss brings it to Boston...
Metro Station Live, amazing or life-changingly bad
Hank Williams and Johnny Cash -- masters of a special kind of country music song.
This is an in-depth look at the controversial effects of public opinion polls, and their worth in the marketplace.
While his showmanship was superb, what Michael didn't sing seemed more prevalent than what he did perform.
New Fiction from Robin Cook, David Ebershoff, Andrew Davidson, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Arthur C. Clarke.
This is Sedaris' deserved bestseller and an uplifting and unpretentious work of nonfiction.
If you're missing 24, try this.
A reference for those of us facing fifty.
The hit television show becomes a novel series. Tod Goldberg serves up suave, bone-crunching spy action like a pro.
For a woman to become a widow somebody does have to die, but it doesn't mean she has to as well.
San Diego PI has to be one of Philip Marlowe's illegitimate children. He's got the same patter, brass, and stubbornness.
Freddoso's case against Obama, Frank on "How Conservatives Rule." Also: Kate Brennan, Run Simmons, Sherman's March, Iwo Jima, the "First Act of Nuclear Terrorism."
For a book that is celebrating the wild, it is ironic that these essays seem to be bundled up in cages.
Gory, intense horror, all in the glory of hi-def.
A direct-to-video horror hostess presents three "bone chilling chillers" for lovers of cheapie horror fare.
A magnificent job in preserving and documenting this moment in time and the life of a legend.
Tim Gunn's vocabulary is corrupted. Sandra Bernhard is nothing without you. The designers get wet, and somebody goes home.
Looking to pad out the queue? You may find something here.
Just another example of the Coens' wonderfully unique mentality.
A delightful tale of youthful fantasy.
Are you ready for your 15 minutes? This week's reality TV opportunities are knocking!
A comical but scary documentary showing us that our government will take you down if they want to.
When it comes to equal rights, as this award-winning documentary illustrates, Sisters in ‘77 were “doing it for themselves.”
Classic television as its best.
Jane Austen's charming, entertaining novel gets a faithful movie adaptation.
Overcooked but intense send off for this action hero.
Who are you? Who am I? Who are any of us?
Better than expected comedy tale.
American college students send you French Postcards with love in this overlooked 1979 comedy classic.
Well, at least Diane Lane is still something to look at. The rest of the movie sure isn't.
Grant Gee's documentary on the influential post-punk rockers is a must-see for fans, and a great introduction for non-fans.
The Teen Choice Awards are Monday, August 4th at 8PM ET/PT on FOX.
From the creators of Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs comes their most uneven animated series: Freakazoid!
The energy crisis is not a Republican vs. Democrat issue or red state vs. blue state or us vs. them. It is a crisis that impacts all of us.
The Obnoxious American's plan for true unity and post-partisanship.
With McCain pulling even in the polls, the Conservative dream of a perfect world is at hand.
The Republican "revolt" in the House is no way to advance a sound energy policy.
It's got power and style - and the foreigners got it for a steal because we left the keys in it.
While retailers are behind two bills being introduced to curb fraud on auction sites, a lot of other people might be interested in seeing them passed, also.
The second-generation iPhone comes with performance enhancements, added functionality, and a more robust network.
Two is greater than one, and three is greater than two; if Nvidia could learn and follow this simple concept, they'd stop confusing their customers.
Manny Ramirez can talk. And this time he talked himself right out of Boston.
How does the recent Panthers fight affect your fantasy team?
Day One of Comic Con 2008 offers vampires, serial killers, and puppets