Felder's latest bio-play has less music than usual.
Embracing the holiday season without a nativity scene.
The new blind-box selection for America's favorite family is a hit!
Some of the most groundbreaking animation put to film receives Disney's meticulous restoration for HD.
Sherlock: Season One is a modern adaptation of the world's greatest super sleuth
The InHouse app updates with "Small Sacrifices".
My review of the raunchy bromantic comedy, Due Date, starring Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey, Jr.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice is a fun family adventure starring Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel.
A fantastic audio and video transfer more then make up for slightly weak supplements in this release.
Iconic actor Leslie Nielsen passed away. We remember him fondly.
A great reminder that he is sorely missed.
Sonic is back in action on the DS and it's a true return to form.
You’re going to feel very silly if you shell out the MSRP of $59.99 for this turkey.
Cave Story takes over the digital downloads this week, but disc golf fans have something to enjoy, too.
Joanne Shaw Taylor takes a (small) step forward on her strong sophomore release...
Glee's episode "Furt" includes music from Welcome Home, Bruno Mars, and Michael Buble.
Pure progressive glory, sleaze rock and some uber-clever power metal: sounds like a normal MMM then.
Fun, fun, fun!
The style and legacy of the Rev. Gary Davis.
Many fine pianists have performed at the Miami Festival before launching successful international careers.
David Eisenhower writes about what his grandfather, better known as President Eisenhower, was like in the 1960s
The Spy’s Demise follows the trail of an Ex-KGB spy as we learn about him not as a product of the Soviet Union but as an man.
Up or down, which way does Seattle go from here?
Former Sacramento Kings beat writer Marty McNeal discusses his experiences during the team's glory days and his expectations for the current season.
Professional wrestling used to be an adoring sport with extravagance and high impact theatrics. Man, have times changed.
India is trying to emerge as an economic superpower, but scams and scandals are tearing the ribs of the nation apart.
Today's military spouse is privy to an unnatural amount of information that doesn't ease the burden and instead feeds it with fear – in bulk.