Jonathan Ames helps his clients but not himself in Bored to Death.
Can true love stand the trials of distance, autism, and war in this Nicholas Sparks adapted movie Dear John?
Magic, fantasy and Celtic mythology.
"Double life isn't so easy"
What happens when a drama goes so bad it goes good
One of the better entries in this peculiar genre to come along in the last few years.
Michael Scott gets some real plot as his tenure on The Office winds down.
Dive into a fantastic underwater spectacle.
TV by the Numbers founder Robert Seidman on ratings and Rubicon --and some final thought on the series' first season.
A full disc of bonus episodes makes this an excellent value for fans of The Bionic Woman
Even 50 years later Psycho still packs a shocking punch.
The cyborg's full trilogy hits Blu-ray, does Blu-ray hit back?
Amazing. Insane. Twisted. Fun!
The UK’s health journal, The Lancet, reveals malaria deaths in India are hugely underestimated by WHO, in its study over 2001-03 period.
This has been a no-brainer ever since the GPS became standard equipment in our navigational lives.
The Tea party is another way to add division among parties.
A private feeling aired gets Juan Williams, a National Public Radio journalist/analyst, fired.
Recent polls show voters leaning toward GOP candidates and it has nothing to do with the issues. It's simply because of party affiliation.
The UN World's Women report documents the state of gender equality world wide.
Candidates all claim they will lower unemployment, but no one has a viable plan to do so.
White House policy does not honor all of our fallen heroes.
The diet and exercise program that everyone's been waiting for.
Aloe Vera- good for you, good for your martini.
Curious about what all this raw food hype is all about? What do raw foodists eat? Why? This review of the book Raw Food helps provide the answers.
Through numerous interviews, Ken Sharp thoroughly examines the making of John Lennon's final album.
A civil war, a friendship and how it all falls apart for the country and the friendship.
Madigan’s adventures in the U.S. is great fun to see.
No, Sufjan Stevens will not strum his banjo for two hours. He will do much more.
Label compilations highlight music from Jac Holzman’s tenure as founder/CEO (1950-1973).
The long out of print 1967 Brute Force album is released in an expanded edition.
How one artist combines musicality with live performances.
Another fascinating and essential entry in the long-running series.
The sea is a bit choppy, but the end result is charming nonetheless.
A colourful stroke of genius from one of the world's best.
A let down from the Metal God.
Fleetwood Mac: Chapter 3
The new handheld Final Fantasy definitely does not hold your hand.
Robert Patterson, President Truman's Secretary of War, certainly knew about war. But he also knew what was needed for peace.
How 19th century illustration made the cut, without going against the grain.
Today we can help innocent victims of war in Pakistan
Bedbugs are all the rage on the nightly news of late, but pest problems routinely plague the homeless.