Far from perfect, but very enjoyable in a guilty pleasure sort of way.
Like a feature-length YouTube film — and just as interesting at that.
Private dicks, coppers, spies, and all the fun things they bring with 'em.
Low-key to a fault, this obscure 1986 film about agoraphobia lacks much in the way of subtext.
Did Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) leave you in tears after this week's Once Upon a Time? Want more?
The cast deserves a stronger and smarter story than what they are given.
A review of the Verde burger and onion rings at Red Mill Burgers in Seattle, WA
After reading Kellem’s book, kids will be resilient to face any challenges that they face.
This book centralizes many of the open theoretical and practical physics research questions of our time.
Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series reaches its fantastical conclusion in the Testing Grounds at the End of the World.
"I had to weave the unpredictable and fanciful storylines of my book with the raw realism of the news. Sometimes it was like mixing oil and water."
"...the scientific question of the 'murder gene' [is] the very real science which suggests that a predisposition to violence may indeed be a genetically heritable trait."
Discover one of the best pieces of advice I have ever heard - and so much more!
He is the deadliest American sniper ever, called “the devil” by the enemies he hunted and “the legend” by his Navy SEAL brothers...
Eon’s Door is a must read for anyone who enjoys a touch of mythical creatures and magic.
Maureen Doyle McQuerry produces a thrilling adventure featuring goblins, dirigibles, and fantastical steampunk contraptions.
When Jack Sligo runs away from his loving Boston-Irish family, he hopes to get a summer job on a cruise ship.
Three magical dimensions, two mystical bloodlines, one undeniable destiny.
In a trailblazing Iraq War memoir, Gallagher pins down the feel of soldiers serving in Bagdad, while they try to make sense of what Counter Insurgency really means.
By the spring of 1931 a conspiracy is underway in Germany to assassinate President Hindenburg and restore the Kaiser's son to the throne, threatening the peace of Europe.
Today, Greek lawmakers approved the plan to enact greater austerity measures, saving Greece from default, but at what cost?
MacPherson succeeded in articulating a full-blown, state of the art theory of modern day liberalism, a theory which hasn't been refuted as yet: "the political theory of possessive individualism," he called it. Its success derives from having merged the economic, market-related features of a modern-day society with the political ones.
Pressure mounts as Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos struggles to revive a flagging economy and contain growing civil unrest.
Perhaps the GOP is looking for an apocalyptic Nixon conservative.
To help the working poor Mitt Romney should propose something other than indexing the minimum wage for inflation.
"We welcome....those few Cubans and Puerto Ricans who embrace....and....accept our rightful leadership role." Say what?
Whitney Houston is dead. Should we care?
This remarkable show will not appeal to everyone, but anyone with an adventuresome spirit should go.
Aboubacar S. Guindo of WFP talks about Mali's school feeding program as we head into critical months of the Sahel food crisis.
The new trend for companies to encourage consumers to share coupons and deals by being social with their mobile apps.
Marvell Rep's ragged-edged but well-played and energetic New York production is well worth seeing.
The Beach Boys looked their age and then some, almost like some SNL skit lampooning old rockers.
Darkness II does a much better job of capturing the comic book style than the original game and artistically resembles another upcoming 2k title, Bioshock Infinite.