There is a lot to like about Choplifter HD.
Prone to being repetitious, but damn good fun just the same.
Washed up high school football stars in small towns can often become villains. Straw Dogs shows us the worst.
A look back at a 2004 drama exploring what it means to be intimate and what dangers spring up when we grow closer.
"Shark, I hate your butt."
In 1959, Jerry Lewis tried for respect as a dramatic actor with a TV adaptation of The Jazz Singer.
Kiefer Sutherland talks about his return to television on the new FOX series, Touch.
Spending some time on this rock is well worth your time.
Leave it to a two-year-old to steal the show.
Tom Perrotta's new novel asks how we would react if the Rapture actually happened.
Fun with The Hunger Games.
Jesus: do we know who he is, what he stands for, where he comes from?
Adventure and romance are intertwined when the skilled young man, Donovan, risks his life to rescue the Elven Princess Brandela.
Exploration of the unique art of storytelling as a generator of empathy and motivator of compassionate social change.
A medical psychotherapist shares insights with caregivers on how to navigate through a spouse's serious, long-term illness.
This counterculture artist and designer's memoir is full of interesting anecdotes.
Candid and surprising insights on what can help draw a husband closer to his wife.
Intimate and sometimes startling account of Michael Fischman’s spiritual journey and the encounter that changed his life forever.
How Joe Paterno will be seen in sports history is yet to be seen, for in sports the infamous and the legendary often stand side by side.
The Sacral Chakra is all about striking a balance between male and female, active and passive, and yin and yang.
China's new airport terminals reveal more about life in modern China than their planners intended.
The Greyhounds really rock, roll, and bop, bop, bop too!
On The Great Unknowns' long-awaited second album, Becky Warren's soft alto retains its ability to soothe and wrench at the same time.
Deep Purple: Chapter 21. An accidental live classic from Deep Purple.
Another year passes, and Roe v. Wade remains the law of the land. Will we ever come to accept it?