In which my inner fanboy asks, could we finally get to hear "the Price You Pay" live this year?
Jefferson Airplane: Chapter 4.
A double album filled with 'kaleidoscopic delights'.
She was - and still is - something very special.
People are looking for people online. When they look for you, will they find the right information?
Fox Searchlight has been mastering a formula that takes small, artsy films and transforms them into solid box office performers.
When television is available for consumption through DVD, we spend more days curling up with our laptops than living real life.
Robin Williams gives us a riotous improvisational lesson on comedy and acting in this well-produced DVD.
A funky, gender-bending twist on the "Jekyll and Hyde" story.
Is it a fantasy? Is it an epic? Is it a love story? Your curiosity will turn to apathy once this film is finished.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to host the 2009 Kids' Choice Awards.
Buffy #21 arrives, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog wins a People's Choice Award, and more.
Clips, trailers, and commercials, oh my.
William H. Macy and Meg Ryan star in this half-baked Hollywood satire.
Trailers and clips abound.
Many tight film categories this year with no dominant frontrunner. Can't wait to see who wins Sunday night!
Chucks on the rooftop high on hash - can Blair save him?
The plutocracy seems to be ignoring libertarian ideas in pursuing ways to stimulate the economy
Al Franken is supposed to be a comedian, but making a joke of the democratic process really isn't all that funny.
Continual carnage around the world, which we can no more comprehend than we can world peace, makes our problems trivial by comparison.
What is the President Elect Thinking?
Tax foreclosures may be the next big ripple in the financial crisis to affect us all.
An interesting idea, but not always accurate.
There is no denying that he lived his life doing what he loved the most: making films.
If ever there was a universal law that applied to everyone, this is it. But is it really universal?