Witness masters at their craft and legends in their field.
This record represents the purity, minimalism and truth of great art.
My quest to catch up on what I missed in Canadian music this year takes me to Montreal.
The pickings are slim unless you dig Alicia Keys...
Nice tribute to some jazz masters from The Count Basie Orchestra.
Two different songs, or just variations on the same theme? You be the judge.
This Terminator was just the sort of Salvation that the series needed.
Food documentaries tend to reek of sensationalist propaganda.
What a delightfully bizarre film with a heck of a lead performance.
Dean and Sam have a chance to kill Lucifer; will they be able to end the Apocalypse?
The around-the-clock annoyance continues with yet another addition to the RiffTrax DVD collection.
Quentin Tarantino's most mature and least idiosyncratic film yet.
Johnny Depp and Christian Bale face off in director Michael Mann’s 1930s biographical crime drama Public Enemies.
For my money, it's the best of the classic animated Christmas tales.
The RiffTrax (Mystery Science Theater 3000) crew bring some holiday riffing to theaters nationwide.
Inglourious Basterds, the latest film from writer/director Quentin Tarantino, follows a team of Jewish Nazi hunters.
A candid look into the woman behind 'Wench.'
IDW converts two of the most emotional Angel episodes into a comic mini-series!
Do you want to go pro?
A few new adventures to delight even the oldest fan...
Discover the love that keeps on giving.
By the 1920 Nobel winner; partially about sacrifice and selfishness, but also self-preservation.
Rush may be bad at math, but there are bigger and scarier numbers which are all too real in the health care debate.
From prescription drugs to federal salaries, it seems that Washington only cares about its special constituencies, not the rest of us who are hurting.
We, can accomplish in a day what would take years to accomplish in our capitols.
The Christian God is a latecomer to this musical feast; perhaps he'll be seated during intermission, at the discretion of the management.
The five dancers promised a fantastic show and they did not disappoint.
One amateur historian's attempt at picking the most significant event of each month.
An exceptional lead performance from Thom Brown III highlights The Secret Theatre's production of one of Shakespeare's bloodiest tragedies.