Val McDermid delivers a new psychological thriller filled with mystery, betrayal, and darkness.
There may be stories of interplanetary conflict with better special effects, but they don't come any smarter than this Heinlein classic.
No big surprises here, in a pleasant (if sedate) jaunt through New Testament times with two accomplished novelists.
All the benefits of being a Yates novel: spare yet descriptive, insightful dialogue about seemingly “simple things,” peppered with acute observational skills for human behavior.
"There is a particular conundrum about teaching one's national history abroad."
Clements' collection of articles and commentary offers an amusing and informative look at the anime and manga biz.
This film will give you a lot of genuine laughter. You wouldn’t expect anything less from this ensemble cast.
Are today's LA film crews too wimpy to handle conditions faced by earlier Hollywood legends? Are vampires really wusses?
One of the best seasons of this endearingly cheesy show.
A Predator drone finds the Buy More while Chuck nearly finds out who Orion is.
Gripping and well-made, but no high def standout.
Mike Leigh’s new film navigates different waters than other award-nominated movies. Magnetic actress Sally Hawkins isn’t crying, she’s laughing.
Paolo Sorrentino's superb, stylish take on Italian politician Giulio Andreotti.
Sophomoric humor at its finest.
This release of Quo Vadis is easily the most worthy to come along, making an enjoyable experience from this epic.
The third night of competition ends in a three-way tie at the top and the Steves at the bottom.
It was a surprisingly good weekend for features.
You get the feeling that you’re not playing your instrument. It’s playing you.
The most overhyped film in recent memory is a... (sound of sawing wood)
Start your Best Blu-ray of 2009 list with this Disney classic.
A biblical epic is given an epic blu-ray release.
Does the Catherine Bell Effect still pass muster?
Ohio State University students fight the change to semesters.
Don't lie about your skills and experience, but don't be afraid to stretch your boundaries.
A ringing defense of Jewish women in all their urgent passions.
A SuperNews video poking fun of Twitter merely displays their own discomfort with something they do not understand.
"Had an old friend, we used to be real close / Said he couldn't go on the American way..."
A cool, charismatic jazz record.
The Weavers changed folk music back in 1955.
For jazz fans, it doesn't get much better than this.
Canadian heavy/speed metal legends get the re-issue treatment.
This is a highly recommended recording of two important major works by one of the leaders of Romanticism.
Long-time collaborator to Leonard Cohen, Sharon Robinson discusses her debut album and what she's learned from her esteemed mentor.