Generation Y is confused in regard to this election (and most everything else).
If Obama flip-flops on sports teams, what will he do when Iran, North Korea, Russia, Georgia, and Sudan all challenge us to a game of soccer?
The bailout will not be enough to get the economy back on its feet. More needs to be done for homeowners.
Let's take look at what the two U.S. presidential candidates actually say about their tax plans.
Conservatives are putting the individual ahead of the country
In House, MD's latest episode, 13 confronts her terminal illness with recklessness and House frets Wilson.
Oliver Stone grapples with the conundrum of George Bush.
Now, for the first time ever, a movie dedicated to the fairie we all know and love.
It might get just a little bit boring, and I do think it's time to move on from Crystal Lake.
As sloppy an excuse for a film as there has ever existed.
If you’ve seen it, you’ve been waiting for this release impatiently. If not, now is the time to fix that.
The Incredible Hulk is a reboot establishing a new back-story for the emerald giant and sets things up for further adventures.
Sub-par sequel piles on mythology without the necessary elements to tie it together.
Don't pioneer yourself into vulgar mode, this is sweeter than its risqué title might suggest.
The Strangers invades stores today. Should you give them your money?
The 2nd Annual Sacramento Horror Film Festival featured some bad, some silly, and some downright excellent horror films.
A compelling, smart, and witty World War II novel.
After reading Esslemontit's book it’s hard to believe you've read about events that never actually happened or a society that didn't exist.
Explains how to approach capturing the shot you want to get your singular vision of the world.
Examines the nature of selfishness and self-interest in human relationships.
"New England is often associated with a pleasant, genteel facade that hides a lurking dark side, and that is a classic pattern in horror fiction."
"I've gotten ideas from many places - visiting the reservation near my home, reading the newspaper, hearing speakers at Sisters in Crime, sometimes from dreams..."
Descriptive and decisive writing detail feelings of pain, loss, and new hope in this debut novel from Christa Parrish.
Not only does the game feature bombs, it is one too!
Soulcalibur is worth the price of admission, but are you ready?
A sampling of yesteryear's classic popular music, featuring two of the era's biggest acts, sounds fresh even today.
Continuines the preservational and educational mission of the documentary which inspired this collection.
Her timeless ability to write heartfelt songs has helped produce another gorgeous album.
This ain’t the stock market, baby!
Check out the 2008 album from alt-rockers Mock Orange!
Sisters still doing it for themselves.
Reading is not fundamental when it comes to great jazz.
Girl Talk mashes up hundreds of Top 100 songs in to a tremendous dance album.
COOL can be defined in a lot of different ways -- but Zoot had them all covered.
Put those Indian Ocean Moods CD's in the trash.. this is the real thing.
MTB is no stranger to experimentation. This time they go the acoustic route. And not surprisingly, the experiment works.
A record perfectly suited for me and Crazy Uncle Jim.
This is Dylan at his best: an artist trying out different ideas, proving it’s the journey not the destination.
Jenny has a bottle of distilled AllThatIsGoodAboutPop hidden in her medicine cabinet.
The New Orleans jazz funk greats hit New York, with horns and hip-hop in tow.
Svensson's bold new direction leaves us wondering where he was going with it had he lived to follow up on it.
Why the BCS is better than a college football playoff.
Help fight overly-protective parents this Halloween with me.
Debbie Gibson is almost too strong for her role in this enjoyable revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.