The raw 2006 Sundance hit deserves a wider audience.
Fallon takes the helm of Late Night this evening.
The Rapture of Fe is an independent Filipino film currently in production that looks very promising.
Don't let this one slip off the radar into the mist...
Reaper returns March 3 at 8pm on The CW. Here are reasons why you don't want to miss it.
A film that asks to be felt rather than understood.
Even dog lovers will be disappointed.
Denis's abstract meditation on the thin line between lip and tooth.
There’s always more going on than meets the eye… especially when Vincent Price is hanging around.
Rather slim pickings this week.
Patrick answers questions about Rules of Engagement, Seinfeld, and just what makes a show a staple for generations to come.
Easily the more enjoyable, clearer, more watchable of the two.
While the 60s evokes memories of the Beatles and Stones, don't overlook The Grass Roots' unique brand of pop-rock.
Can't help but appreciate the sincerity and elegance of his performance.
Bullet For My Valentine aim at the top.
The Moody Blues: Chapter 2.
Saluting the women of jazz in the best possible way -- by playing their music.
You have to love live and local music.
The Night Battles commands your attention with mesmerizing intrigue and alluring appeal.
A new mini-series takes Alan Moore's League of classic and obscure literary characters into a dangerous new era.
Miller is a novelist to be read and treasured. Anyone who has not yet discovered her novels is in for a treat.
If you want to see how to improve your skills with composing then take a look at Real World Compositing.
In Brooks' universe, cat men do it very well.
Townsfolk of every color and creed walk to a town hall on a snowy Christmas Eve to rejoice in peace.
Sana Krasikov's stories are not windows into the eccentric neighbor's living room, they are descriptions of our own.
Komunyakaa's poems re-imagine myths, examine current events, and offer hope in primal, ferocious language.
Archer, Palahniuk, Picoult, Littell; 'Bridging the Gap', Mad March, the Gay Ban, Global Poverty, 'Two Remarkable Families'...
Marisha Pessl's stunning debut novel starts out as a coming-of-age story but morphs into a dark whodunit with political overtones.
When a diet book delivers, its worth its weight in gold. Christine Lakatos delivers, so we can safely shed those unwanted pounds!
Battle with ogres ... or your family.
The FIFA series has finally surpassed the Pro Evolution series as the best soccer game around.
The ability to pick instruments, and to use different character skill sets, makes this a pretty good game.
Check out what discounted games Game du Jour has this week.
The US economy is clinching to a manufacturing past and needs to go forward into a technology and science economy
Before politics, life was "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short." Is there anything wrong with that picture, or should it matter?
Tragedy or comedy, Chekhov's final play retains its greatness in its latest New York production.
What if there were a house in which only questions could be spoken?
What's the real difference between men and women? Sometimes, just some clever marketing.
This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
We all lose when a newspaper dies and the information pool shrinks.
Now pitching for the Giants, he's going to face his potential HOF club in spring training Tuesday. EVERYBODY PANIC!
Haynesworth signs with the Skins ... Cassel and Vrabel are shipped to KC ... Jim Bowden resigns disgracefully ... and "What Were They Thinking?"
The drive behind a major and preventable health and social problem.