The cable channel comes to life on the silver screens of Hollywood Blvd.
M is remarkable; one can easily get lost in the story and in Peter Lorre's engrossing performance.
The true story of Hasidic Jews recruited to smuggle ecstasy into the U.S.
We talk to Jasika Nicole about her role on Fringe, upcoming epicness and John Noble.
Dreyfuss and Danner star in a romantic comedy set in Cape Cod.
What’s great here is its fantastic leading and supporting performances, the smart, lightly political issues, witty humor, and the kinetic, explosive action...
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stars in a great family comedy!
The women of Princeton Plainsboro go into hiding and plotlines take a turn for the worse.
Health care: a room rented by the hour only to be evacuated when the next paying customer comes along.
Darlings of the British indie music scene return with a disappointing EP
Great nine song collection of U.K. only singles releases.
Old-time music performed with great skill and feeling.
Dumb. Like, the boring kind of dumb.
The club’s the thing wherein to catch the conscience of Usher.
Comedic country cutie-pie dishes on Bret Michaels, Cyndi Lauper and her own “Celebrity” status.
Turning into my mother, and overcoming a fear of smiling Quakers bearing oats.
Imagine spending eight days of summer in a metal box, emerging only occasionally to be brutalized...
"If so experienced a man could by any means be made drunk, it would be a glorious thing to fill him up with composite liquors, and, in the language of his own country, 'let him retrospect.'" Rudyard Kipling
"I make damn sure I know what I’m talking about. I am utterly obsessed by details."
New York Mets fans have something to smile about this morning, and it is their catcher Rod Barajas.
You'll never have a better excuse to get a haircut.
A provacative production of LaChiusa's See What You Wanna See opens at The Blank Theatre.