A look at why your anti-virus software is asleep on the job, and what you can do about it! How Avast stands up against bigger names products like Norton and McAfee.
a near-perfect film that probes questions of identity, relationship, and fulfillment
A Hollywood mogul hires a country girl to bring some heart back to the movies. Oh, the humanity.
Can Jean-Claude Van Damme really act?
What this film accomplishes is truly special. It allows the viewer to experience grace.
Scooby and the Gang head to Japan and tangle with s Samurai spirit!
Spoilers ahead: Read with caution!
Chuck must stop Roark to avoid a wedding day disaster for Ellie and Awesome.
How could a movie with this title make the subject boring? Somehow it succeeds at just that.
The second season of Last Restaurant Standing came to a close last night, let's look at Raymond Blanc's choice.
House sees dead people, plans a bachelor party, and almost kills Chase.
This movie is not worth your time.
A Throwback to Quirky TV Detective Shows from the 70s
At what point does a player's terrible defense force you to move him?
Expect another Californian upset.
Here's how I got through that dreadful seventh.
The prolific folk-rock singer-songwriter who has a way with words still talks a good game.
Two video samples from this brand new album.
This week we look at some of the heavier and darker side of heavy rock. Get yer leathers on and take a look.
Doing the Lord's work for Satan's music
They wandered the continent, surviving on their wits and music. Their specialty was low tones.
Evan Dando ready to once again fly The Lemonheads banner...
Sweet, fluffy summer pop music from NYC's Gladshot.
Two old friends come together to pay tribute to the tango -- and share a bottle.
Bob Seger: Chapter 13.
The debut record from Gareth Icke is a refreshingly grown-up effort.
So much of A Camp's sophomore album is filled with Nina Persson's words that we grow to expect to hear them all the time.
A tame cluster of unimportance from The Boxmasters.
Big Band leader Glenn Miller's disappearance solved, 65 years later!
A Story of Science, Faith, Revolution, and the Birth of America, more or less describes Johnson's The Invention of Air.
13’s humor makes Fiction an enjoyable read, which serves a greater purpose in helping to lighten the narrative when later more heavily-digestible issues are discussed.
The future of roller coasters.
This series of articles analyzes how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
The joint is jumpin' at the Ahmanson with a spirit-lifting revival of the great "Fats" Waller revue.
The revamped site provides consumers in financial trouble with e-tools designed to help them solve their problems.
Before all the cop series there was The Original Tough Copper...
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