Let the blockbuster season commence!
One of the best of the adaptions of the mutant superheroes
The tragic and unexpected death of a young star.
May 2009 looks like a promising start to a fulfilling, fun-filled summer at the box office.
Rumored for weeks to be coming, the announcement was made today
A film that proves once again that booze, barbiturates, boats and Brits don’t mix.
A strong visual upgrade for this highly entertaining first season of a sci-fi classic.
Well acted, but ultimately unnecessary drama.
Jack McCoy's election draws nearer and his troubles become greater.
Will conventional broadcast television disappear any time soon?
Sexy dames, lots of blood, and a castration. What’s not to love?
"Godlywood" sweeps the nation...
A wasted opportunity that only entertains at certain points.
The text of the Dead Sea scrolls is amazingly accurate, but its God condones murder and other atrocities.
A review of methodologically sound studies done by researchers finds that evidence in support of whole body vibration is severely lacking.
Touch the Marvel vs. Capcom 2 demo and pata-pata-pon again on your PSP!
The latest information about A-Rod further supports his banishment from the game.
Chicago and Boston are going to crank it up if they want to participate in The Greatest Game Ever Played.
Izzy & Chris tap into the fundamentals of country blues and mine that vein for all it's worth.
Listen to the track and decide for yourself.
Singer-songwriter Ryan Leslie bares his soul on his 12-track debut with songs that blur the line between R&B and pop.
Nugent sparkles, but sentiment gets a bit sticky.
Bob Seger: Chapter 14.
Dynasty Electric rocks the house with synth-rock!
NOFX cares about not ruining your coffee tables with their latest release.
I’m completely obsessed with this new up and coming country trio.
An ambitious project that brings an important slice of musical history to living, breathing life!
"...I tend to create characters who battle the forces of society as well as their own mistakes and shortcomings. What motivates us? What changes us?"
A smart, detailed look at the power of the written word.
A witty, subtly inventive young adult horror from Royce Buckingham.
Oullette’s biography of one of the foremost bassists in jazz has lots of history, but not a great deal of life...
Calling Kris Saknussemm's latest novel a "psychoerotic noir fairytale" only scratches the surface.
"...I work for the government full time until I either win a Pulitzer or get a movie deal. It could happen."
The most detailed biography of Jim Jones, the Peoples Temple, and Jonestown you are likely to find.
Swine flu was a decent scare, but we can do better.
Still full of spit and vinegar, one of American's eternal sweethearts brings her show back to her hometown.
Part three of our pursuit of Barack Obama's relationship with popular culture: a happy family, on the mind of Jews, and playing with a poster.
A writer worries about adding to the print media's woes.
A subject of parody from the time of ancient Greece.
No matter how pure the science should be, politics always manages to butt into the picture.
Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper turns 50 today. Many Happy Returns – to Harper the person, not Harper the Prime Minister.
Is it a beauty contest or is it the presidency? You be the judge.
The bad news, the really bad news, the good news, and what to watch for.
The option of networking with non-state players such as Taleban and LTTE was never studied by the Bush administration. Here are some possibilities.