A good amount of laughs, but not a must-own.
Musicals, pornos, and gore. Quite the combination.
Futurama: Bender’s Game is a spoof of the popular role-playing game that has it’s moments but takes too long to get to the good stuff.
The one that started it all.
Last night the show balanced humor with drama in fine fashion, how exactly did they do it?
If they were thinking about casting for the remake, Corbin Bleu would have been a better choice.
Reviewer. Happy. With disc!
Steve Smith's Red Green Show's tenth season is sure to delight newcomers and devoted fans alike.
Bland, poorly executed, shocking only to keep you awake.
Or as I refer to it: "Indiana Jones and the Raping of My Childhood."
With Bender's Game, the series sinks to the depths of mediocrity usually associated with the term "direct-to-DVD."
Wow, I hope the movie is better than the soundtrack.
Japanther, a strange strange band yet all so appealing.
Andrea Bocelli releases "A Love So Great" with his latest and greatest album to date...
Bob Mould's sonic assault merges bracing buzz-saw power punk with manic pop thrill.
Michelle Williams "survived" Destiny's Child's disbandment, by launching a successful career on the Broadway stage.
Vocalist Judi Silvano's new release proves to be a challenging listen for open-minded jazz fans.
Songwriter deluxe Jack Tempchin returns with a new album of quality songs.
My email chat with Murray Lightburn, vocalist of Montreal indie rockers The Dears.
Joan Osborne gloriously returns to her roots with belated Relish follow-up.
The debut from buzz-worthy electronic act Deadmau5 does not disappoint, offering deep prog-house, minimal techno goodness.
The Ejstes-led Swedish quartet represents a throwback to psychedelia without the nostalgia.
An impressive but somewhat dated DVD from the jazz fusion group.
Bruce Springsteen: Chapter 3.
"In terms of prosaic vs. prophetic, I must admit that much of the time the word I would choose [for blogging] is pathetic."
You can change the world by helping with the small things.
A deft new political play by Shem Bitterman falls victim to a lackluster staging.
These are tips for finding the perfect Starbucks coffee beverage for you!
This is a rare written edition of my weekly sports poll, "What Were They Thinking?" Enjoy!
Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Agent Virgil Flowers stalks a cunning killer in the wilds of Minnesota.
Christa Ann Banister’s sophomore novel brings us back into the life of Sydney Alexander, aka "Lucy for the Lovelorn."
A huge new epic fantasy series has begun and it has something for everyone.
Remy Chandler is a ex-angel and a private eye on the trail of Death himself.
Whether you’re Republican, Democrat, or neither, this is one of the most essential and educational political books of this election season.
Practical HDRI will get you started down the road to creating High Dynamic Range images.
Miss Popularity wannabe, Charlotte Usher, can't avoid high school. Not even after she dies!
Today, when each of us goes into that polling booth to cast our ballots, we will have many reasons for our choice.
Up-to-the-second coverage from BC personalities and editors starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. EST.
This 'joking' baring of the fangs re-inforces my impression that Sarah Palin's bitch enough for the job.
How to fix America's academic future.
Cut taxes! Reveal your secret wish list of items that you are sure can be deleted from the federal budget!
Move Networks sold an HD player to three network Web sites that doesn't work on the most common browser, Internet Explorer.
Retro gamers all across North America will certainly approve this message.
Just in time for Halloween, this witch board game is heavy on style, but light on Buffy.