Elvis goes country -- again.
What music have you outgrown?
The mighty Thor hath returned.
It's Blitz! proves Karen O and the boys are back and they mean (dance) business.
M83 rocked out San Francisco's Mezzanine on Wednesday May 27, 2009.
For a single album, The Doobie Brothers experimented with jazz fusion. 22 years later, this experiment still sounds fresh.
A compelling look at a unique avenue of human interaction.
America is trying to stretch the face of her legal mind to fit the people she serves. Don't hold her back!
Hmm. Did I miss any of the Rabid Right's accusations?
Two Second Circuit decisions recently noted in blogs do not suggest that Judge Sotomajor should not be confirmed.
By picking an unremarkable and uninspiring judge Mr. Obama went for political appeasement instead of judicial excellence.
An eye opening book on what it means to be white and the responsiblities that identity entails.
This is one fantasy book that is genuinely fantastic.
A Pulitzer Prize winner tells the story of a baseball immortal...
Obviously, Josh Baskin never heard the old saying “Be careful what you wish for.”
Family and horror. So happy together.
Why does Hollywood seem to have an aversion to letting women be funny?
Intriguing film of few words and big ideas.
Ben Stiller returns as Larry Daley, a night watchman who takes another historical adventure at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
Russell Brand is at his very best when he's extended and uncensored.
Bigger doesn't necessarily mean better.
This encore episode allows the series to end on a high note.
This talented filmmaker talks about the journey of Come What May, The Advent Film Group, and filmmaking in general.
Country stars come together to honor George Strait.
So, how does the breakout hit of 1998 fare after eleven years?
Moments of humor are sprinkled through this disappointment.
David Tennant's final journeys as the Doctor begin in less than a month.
Spy Game is a great film with wonderful audio wrapped in an average, recycled HD transfer.
A comedy that flies and falls by the seat of its pants.
Interests collide when a furniture company decides to outsource its call center.
Amongst the sea of Japanese-to-American remakes and cheap teen slashers, the horror genre is truly alive and well.
Steve Martin's Cyrano update hits Blu-ray.