As you are striking off names of cinephiles from your holiday gift list, consider some of these options.
Trophy wives, army wives, and Japanese game shows -- is your big chance among this week's opportunities?
L.A. Confidential arrives on Blu-ray, the movie is still great but the transfer is simply average.
A quick look at last night's battles and plotlines.
B-movie icon Bruce Campbell takes aim at himself in a goofy and hilarious satire.
What were they thinking?
Isao Takahata's poignant, distressing masterpiece.
It tries to be clever, but it tries too hard.
Danny deals with a life-changing event.
All Batman, all the time.
A hysterical skewer of America.
Gotham's Caped Crusader is unleashed on Blu-ray.
"Very few people knew I was writing a book, but those who did encouraged me to keep plugging away."
The common thread in each story is the reality of human action and emotion.
More than just advice on how to survive the economic crisis, this is a definitive economics textbook.
Eco on Beauty and Ugliness, Rat Pack packs heat, Byrne has Secrets. Bios: Michael Phelps, Doyle, John Tyler. Plus Johansen, R.R. Martin, Sontag, Star Wars…
In José Saramago's newest novel, people suddenly stop dying, but this unexpected gift of immortality leads to chaos.
The real draw is the story, which manages to walk the difficult line between morality and subversiveness, humor and intrigue.
A whole lot of surprises this week on the Wii Shop Channel. Are they good or bad?
Play pool, with real physics, on your iPhone and iPod Touch!
Despite losing to Bayern Munich, Hoffenheim provide valuable inspiration to every team, no matter how small.
Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker" is cleverly klezmerized in this kid-pleasing show about a magical dreydl.
Greg Kotis brings the same intellectually-grounded absurdity to religion that his Urinetown brought to revolutionary politics.
A man tries to rewrite his parents' past to prevent their catastrophe of a marriage from ever having happened.
Music is therapy no matter what volume.
Mesmerizing performance by the legendary British singer-songwriter virtuoso guitarist Richard Thompson.
Greg Lake's classic Christmas tune holds some interesting secrets and communicates a lasting message.
Rolling down the cosmic highway with Donovan.
Charlie Louvin explores the darker side of traditional American music
The ultimate pop-opera crossover diva is still at the top of her game.
Like Ashanti or Chante Moore? You might want to give Dionyza's debut CD a listen.
She promises to be a force to be reckoned with for a long time.
Is it real or is it virtual? Welcome to the strange world of RL/VL.
You've heard these songs before, but never like this.
The Who: Chapter 5.
For the professional, or someone who wants to become professional, the i1 Digital Camera Upgrade will make sure that your camera takes its best shots.
New gloves keep your fingers warm, while still allowing access to your touch-screen technology.
In a world of outsourcing financial and personal information to third-party providers -- will more and more people become victims of identity theft?