A mess of a movie, there are some fascinating moments that pique curiosity about who Hoover really was.
The courtroom classic receives great treatment by The Criterion Collection.
A most unfortunate birthday present for Theodor Seuss Geisel.
More like Project X-crement. If this movie had a face I would shoot it. Reprehensible filmmaking at its worst.
Does X mark the spot?
Jason Isaacs discusses his new NBC series, Awake.
Everything you wanted to know about your brain and emotions... and just a few you didn't (we're looking at you, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex).
Steve O’Brien compelling conveys the danger of homeland terror - taking a group from our own foundations, and giving it a face we may see in any area of the country.
Mad Scientist Muscle is a wonderful book on how to cultivate monster muscle mass methodically.
From the pages of the author's earlier The Call, Elmo Piggins and Reginald Dexter are given their own stories as part of this anthology.
Josh Bazell, the author of the funniest, strangest novel I've read in years, talks about his sequel.
After a 5000 mile ride on a horse, a Black Cowboy finally arrives in Los Angeles
Social class is one of humanity's most important constructs, but what is it? And why bring up the Titanic?
Studies have been done offering a different prospective on soy products and how they may aid in healing and prevention.
It's only Latin rock 'n' roll, but I like it.
Yet more bad news for the UK gaming giant, but what will it mean for us?
Isaiah Thomas, the 60th and final pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, wins the NBA Rookie of the Month award for February.
Do you want to want create High Dynamic Range (HDR) images?