Norris makes it so you can believe people like this would exist, and such is the sign of an excellent writer.
"Readers and editors kept suggesting that I make a compilation of columns in book form."
A new edition of comic adaptations of the great American cynic's writings proves as entertainingly bleak as any alt comic.
The Witch, the Wizard, and the lessons of a stuffed man.
The author uses Lincoln as an example that statesmen are not born but made. Future young leaders can find inspiration.
A darker, more competent film than its predecessor.
House and that gun -- what was he thinking?
This not-so-frisky business is hardly worth remembering, although Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson remain oldies but goodies.
A disappointingly short but fairly informative look at one of hip-hop's most influential groups.
A film about the making of a film playing off of another film and film about that film comes to Blu-ray.
Likely to be included on many 2008 Top-Ten lists for both films and Blu-rays.
Coldplay has tricked the world into liking them. What does that say about us?
The Guitar Hero franchise makes money for Activision and the big name artist, but how about the struggling garage band?
An analysis of Hip-Hop and its affect on the world.
Sarah McLachlan returns with some of her best material.
Although the Russian revolution was taking place all around him, he was only interested in music.
This baseball drama is proof that good writing, good directing, and good acting cannot be beat by anything, no how no way.
I demand an investigation of all writers of The Onion to see if they accidentally wrote a satirical story that came to life.