Bootleg Country is back and we're visiting John Fogerty playing some Creedence classics.
Light and ethereal, the music is as fluffy as a cloud and generally as substantial as candy floss.
The venerable rock band AC/DC returns with Black Ice, their first studio album since 2000’s Stiff Upper Lip.
Barbara makes her move. Was the timing really perfect?
The Heroes soundtrack album is not quite what you might expect.
With two classic concerts spanning three-plus hours, this is a must-have double DVD for every true fan of The Who.
American Idol finalist Michael Johns becomes American Icon through his gift of love.
Jimmy Wayne talks about his start in foster homes, the success of his single, “Do You Believe Me Now?” and much more.
Very involving biopic of a man not many people know.
What were the Coens thinking?
heartbreaking only in that it doesn't live up to previous Farrelly Brothers films.
Naruto, Sakura, Rock Lee and Sensei Kakashi protect some spoiled royals with solid ninja action but unexciting storytelling.
Episode three of Leverage keeps me intrigued.
A holiday preview clip from the editing crew. Plus, for season four complainers everywhere, I review the season one disaster, "Bugs."
For those who long for Eastwood's Dirty Harry days, you've got it, punk.
Don’t stand still. Get The Day The Earth Stood Still into your video library.
Thankfully the visual effects and creatures in this film look better than in the previous movie.
This was quite the worst time I've had at the theatre in a very long while.
San Diego is lucky to have a first-rate ballet company and ballet school, the City Ballet of San Diego.
This glorious piece of work about the black American experience accomplishes its goal and exceeds your expectations.
Silly? Most definitely. But it's enjoyable enough, and if you remember the songs from the movie, you might even be thrilled.
Why take on the responsibility of freelancing? For the freedom to nap, among other things.
Traditional or terrestrial radio could thrive again if it hyperlinks to new media and creates a communications "New World Order".
Fifty-one percent of Canadians believe that the Prime Minister of Canada is elected by direct vote.
A preview of five bowl games worth watching.
1777, the American Revolution. A vital mission, unexpected danger and intense loyalty mingle in this vintage reprint from Salem Ridge Press.
Most identity theft protection services require you give them all your personal information and even power of attorney. One alternative to this is catching on.
For the money, there is really only one choice if you want to do professional video recording: Camtasia Studio 6.
If you get the reference "A Winner is You," you'll really get a kick out of this game.
Looks to be another record-setting year for the charity, and there's still time left to get involved.