Disney’s Camp Rock: Extended Rock Star Edition picks up the musical kid’s movie trophy as the next hot thing.
The Zoey 101 star lands multiple gigs.
Sandler's finest performance gains nothing but a nice Blu-ray release.
Good performances, humor, and a down to earth tale make this a winning film.
It might be trash, but it's high quality trash and brings out the rough-and-tough, unchained ruffian at its core.
If you enter Guy Maddin's world, embrace it.
See this amazing film in theaters before it’s gone regardless of the record box office tallies.
Monte Melnick's classic oral history of the Ramones is updated and worth another read.
This look at the "lost life of Jesus" is simply a featureless disappointment.
"No Future for You" brings the rogue slayer Faith into Buffy season eight.
It’s that time of year again – back to the old homeschool. This planner pulls it all together for homeschooling moms.
Wiley and Grampa are back, and Merle's hanging on for dear life when they inherit a haunted kitty litter box.
"For me, when I have writer's block... it's because I've made a mistake in the book earlier on."
Telling people in China, or any developing nation, to give up getting rich quickly is like telling Americans to give up 80% of their wealth.
A fascinating biography on the life, and death, of America's first celebrity criminal, John Dillinger.
Casey Aldridge cheated on his soon-to-be wife for 12 months.
We accept our fellow man’s loathsomeness, but still expect more of the business world – even with the rapid decline of corporate regard for others.
School feeding is an important way to save children at risk of abuse, oppression, and a life of illiteracy, crime and homelessness.
An extraordinary, all-star cast made this a more enjoyable Les Miz for me than even when I saw it in New York.
Monsoons is a stark, blackly comedic vignette about a failed first date, frequently hilarious, but never letting its audience laugh too long.
Is it right for a people who have achieved a hard-won freedom to be forced to bend their knees to tyrants?
We must begin now to prioritize and start planning to deal with the coming changes in our population.
This is music that speaks to you no matter where you come from or where you've been.
Solid horror score that will suck you into its eerie atmosphere.
The Early Works showcases the real Taylor Hicks.
Cathy Rocco's debut jazz CD pays tribute to the great jazz standards, but cannot match their definitive versions.
A veritable "Ball of Confusion" to "Run Through The Jungle”-- hilarity is this soundtrack’s “Name Of The Game.”
Naxos' Scarlatti set continues.
Everything from Marillion thru the might Therion to punk Elvis tracks...must be this week's MMM.
The California native Trapt still churn out radio anthems with their third album.
This Jan and Dean collection relives the early sixties beach and hot rod music era.
It's time to get Poisoned again!
Jimi Hendrix: Chapter 9.
He helped sell the whole idea of the festival, simply by playing his music.
A vigorous, colourful concert movie captured in 3-D.
Savor the recently announced several awards for premium, artisan chocolate from the West and Northwest.
I was impressed by the beverage and can recommend it to fellow rum drinkers.