Billy Joel: Chapter 14.
The Devil says I owe him rent.
Strikingly true to the title's claims, this piercing debut is not to be missed.
After making an impressive debut record and a slightly disappointing second, Royksopp hits its stride on album three.
Long live the king!
Bobby Valentino, Keri Hilson and The Dream didn't bring their A-Game. Keyshia Cole did.
The Answer have delivered exactly that. Classic rock lives.
Los Angeles-based indie duo Great Northern have great ambitions for their sophomore album.
Otis Taylor plays the blues pure and simple.
Samurai Crunch defines this Japanese thrash act.
America didn't vote for Kris Allen. They voted against Adam Lambert.
The popular movie sequel comes to Blu-ray.
This rip-off of Deliverance is available in crystal clear Blu-ray.
Lackluster thriller with inexplicable box office success.
After all these years, I can’t help but say, “Yes, this is good. Damn good.”
A wholly unnecessary sequel that's more dull than terrible.
A beautiful story about the transformative power of love.
An entertaining return to the classic, old-fashioned kind of newspaper thriller.
The quintessential Italian gothic horror film.
Why does Martin Scorsese so value a 1940s film about ballet?
CBS is introducing very few new series, but shuffling several old ones in an attempt to fill what few holes exist in the schedule.
The Lasso of Truth compels me to tell you that this fourth DC Comics DVD movie is the worst yet.
Study the "Bad Movie" way with this set.
For the most part this is a big, silly conspiracy blockbuster that really entertains.
The Boy In The Striped Pajamas is a highly recommended, if modestly executed, film.
Notorious, with a superb cast, is a profound, suspenseful, and entertaining story about a mega star–Biggie Smalls.
Slot machines have better special effects.
Two short courses that focus on designing a logo and a business card.
It's pretty hard to keep up with all the attacks on sites currently in progress on the Internet. A little common sense is probably the best defense any of us have!
A wacky, funny play from Mark Roberts of Two And A Half Men fame.
Grandfather made a fine pair of Italian shoes of a morning; every night he took the same pair apart.
Emmy-winner Mark Saltzman's new play features music by Berton Averre of The Knack.
A nephew recalls his aunt's passion for sending and receiving letters, and finds handwritten notes are now an intimate act.
Exclusive interview with HBF Teacher, author of No Teacher Left Behind.
Tatiana Boncompagni's latest novel makes for an amusing, insightful summer read.
Beatles expert Peter Doggett's revealing history of one momentous month in the Fab Four's history.
If Marie Antoinette really commented, "Let them eat cake," Miller's ancestor was right there egging her on.
With her third novel, Jenoff still delivers strong writing and storylines for which she has become known.
Government officials disclosed yesterday that millions of sensitive records from the Clinton administration were left unsecured and are missing.
Forget that made-up movie; this is the real Air America