The Rudd government wants to establish a mandatory filter on the internet.
Swordfights, otherworld monsters and knockabout comedy – it's the world of Bleach.
I highly recommend this, especially to Americans.
"...I was in sixth grade and, I thought, wow, you can do this? Create a whole world with just words?"
LA singer/songwriter takes over the charts on her own terms.
The Who: Chapter 7.
A varied and rich collection of an under appreciated artist during her prime.
"All the works of man have their origin in creative fantasy." - Carl Jung
Scrooge isn't the only curmudgeon making an appearance during the holidays.
No need to ask, we are always ready to rock to Eclipse.
Pearl Jam pulls out all the stops as they prepare to re-issue their classic debut.
A devastating and gorgeous debut.
Happy in Galoshes is a wonderful mess.
Valkyrie is a moment in history that needed to be retold.
Sci-fi, aliens, and Milk.
or Vampires Have Feelings, Too...
What exactly will I miss about Pushing Daisies? Why am I upset about its impending demise?
Good movie, bad 3D.
Redistribute bowl payouts. Eliminate preseason polls. No more 6-6 bowl teams. And maybe a "Division I Bowl."
RJ's Power Rankings - Top Ten: 1)Titans, 2)Giants, 3)Steelers, 4)Panthers, 5)Ravens, 6)Colts, 7)Buccaneers, 8)Vikings, 9)Cardinals, 10)Broncos
Win a Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon Bobblehead doll.
Being the only college game in town isn't all it's cracked up to be.
The "I’m a PC" campaign from Microsoft soars to new heights.
If you want to take your digital painting skills to the next level, then you need A Celebration of Art - Weddings, Portraits, and Faces.
With a fiercely intelligent script and remarkable performances, this version of Antigone is an exceptionally honest, vital adaptation for our time.
Jon Engstrom recreates Jerome Robbins' choreography with precision and skill in this very well cast production.