Graham Greene’s development as a writer is described in this, his autobiography. While he denies his genius, Greene constantly if disarmingly reaffirms it.
An engaging exploration of the history and culture of karaoke through one man's life and experiences.
A mysterious box unleashes a maelstrom of terror on a town already besieged by a blizzard.
A look at loneliness as seen through the eyes of one of the smallest creatures.
A great and compact book on blogs, blogging, and bloggers for anyone interested in starting or improving a blog.
"By redirecting our focus from our packaging to our essence we are better able to embrace the ongoing circle of life."
Juxtaposes ancient gods with archaeologists who seek them. Parallels are closer than the intervening centuries might suggest.
Timothy Good follows up Above Top Secret with another classic study of the UFO phenomenon.
Friedlander shows us again why he's such a scary good whack jazz cellist.
Was kid Jonny really in his prime at the age of 18? Only time will tell.
Over the past eight years, Musiq Soulchild has released five best-selling (and award-winning) albums.
Third single from upcoming "Working On A Dream" can be downloaded free for one day only...
Houston gets funked on Halloween night of 1976.
The nominees are in.
My wife said, “That’s the raunchiest thing I’ve ever seen in a theater."
Jeff Goldblum's performance makes up for the film's flaws.
Poetic, beautiful, and requires multiple viewings.
I look forward to seeing the show achieve its former shine and reach its full potential.
So much TV is starting so soon, let's take a quick peak at Damages (and perhaps Nip/Tuck).
I’ve never seen a movie so thoroughly lacking in conflict. It must’ve been intentional.
The new year starts off with some promising releases.
With his latest film, the master animator Hayao Miyazaki immerses himself completely into the mind of a five-year-old.
What an intriguing, engrossing, well judged piece of drama this is.
Maybe a time machine could be invented to send this movie back to 100 Million B.C.?
Pleasant experience. Not terribly memorable, but enjoyable while it unfolded.
Documentary aims to prove the end of a marriage doesn't have to be the end of a family.
every line of nonstop banter rolls off the tongue like peanut butter, feeling entirely scripted (especially when cited by Keanu).
The first fifteen episodes of the anime action fantasy get a boxed set release.
There's certainly nothing memorable here, it's not even legendarily bad.
Two new entries for the Wii Shop Channel help kick of 2009, including ... sand castle building?
Celebrate the start of the New Year by playing some cheap casual games from Game du Jour.
A slow start to the year sees a virtuoso performance from a not-so-old Dutch master.
In the world of coach-in-waiting and contracts not worth the paper they are printed on, BC puts their foot down - hard.
Richardson stepping down because of an alleged scandal isn't news. In fact, it is a sad testament to the way things have become.