Two notable collections of previously released music really stand out from the pack this week.
Zach de la Rocha comes from under his rock to set your speakers on fire and on sticks Jon Theodore.
Rundgren rocks out with focus, consistency, and no shortage of testosterone.
A recording that is continually surprising in its content, and a delight to listen to.
Running for president has always been a tricky proposition.
The Rescues lively music Rescues Us and Breaks Us Out!
The Canadian singer/songwriter returns with another standout EP.
Enrico Rava staked his claim to the throne of Italy's finest trumpeter with this ECM classic.
When Quincy Jones goes out of his way to support a new, budding artist, the world would be wise to pay attention.
Sen. John McCain would have you believe he is a hero and a patriot. Is he?
The pre-election and exit polls are frequently wrong. Vote for whomever you wish, but vote (once and legally)!
People learn lots of impractical things. Once, that was key to making politics richer.
Want to piss off a whole country? Get a dummy to do it. Jeff Dunham outrages South Africa with his act.
A balanced and accurate exploration of Wicca, explaining its beliefs and practices to Christians.
"I’ve always been a fan of paranormal stories that have a strong humorous component as well as a quasi-scientific explanation for oddities," says Acosta.
Isaac's Torah shows how it is possible to find hope in the most hopeless of circumstances.
"...these days, it seems like it’s simply a career that’s at stake; in Iggy’s prime, it seemed like it was his life..."
"It seems to me that the horror writer understands him or herself more intimately than he should."
This book will provide you with the knowledge and insight you need to operate your new Canon EOS 40D camera.
Does the Blue Bomber's latest adventure live up to all the hype?
The PSN just needs more games to compete with Live Arcade.
Alma returns to try to scare you out of your pants.
This point and click adventure plays like an interactive novel with great production design and quick touch controls.
If you've ever seen an '80s slasher, then you'll know what to expect.
There are a couple of duds, but mostly it manages to entertain, spook, and have you laughing all at once.
Episode clips for "Monster Movie" and a surprise, plus Supernatural fans prove they're the best.
Cassie Steele sits down with Blogcritics and talks about Degrassi and beyond.
The sequel nobody wanted to the horror movie nobody liked!
Plenty of new goodies to watch!
Yet another parody of the president so awful that even the status quo candidate's buzzword is "change."
The fourth Indy picture comes to Blu-ray, and the format helps make up for the script.
Pups, blood, and spies.
The Thin Man sequels examined.
Frightening fun that will leave you glancing over your shoulder.
Finding Amanda raises the rhetorical question -- is there really anything funny about a man falling off the wagon?
It wasn’t as strong as Season Seven it was still much better than any other traditional crime drama on television.
You will believe an Iron Man can fly.
A pile of hilariously awful ideas, and a masterpiece of action schlock.
Sure, it wasn’t as good as the first three, but it was a hell of a lot better than Rocky IV,
I don’t think anyone ever consciously “copes.” It’s a matter of just doing what is in front of you.
Josh Hartnett's performance almost equals Tom Cruise's in a successful stage adaption of the famous film.
In a new work, a playwright honors his grandfather and all the other Americans who illegally went to Spain to fight against Franco.
Louis Prima and Keely Smith live again in Los Angeles.
In this case, old childhood experiences, relived today, are just as good as remembered.
Everyone's phoning in their parts and waiting for the curtain call in this dull and unkempt production.
When children walk to school alone, how safe are they?
One of the greatest living British playwrights continues to have an awkward reception in America.
To our extra-terrestrial visitors: Had we but world enough, and time, this coyness, alien, were no crime.