It's great to see Bud and Lou (and Shemp Howard, too!) in High-Definition.
The 1942 classic receives outstanding treatment, with all the bells and whistles.
There has to be a better way to tell Margaret Thatcher's tale.
Could be my final article on Justice with Judge Jeanine -- my return depends on election results.
"The Dæmons" is the latest Doctor Who release, a science versus magic battle against an old foe.
Disappointing continuation of the adventures of Captain Jack Harkness.
Some good ideas, but ultimately it is a little silly.
Tonight, on the Theater of the Absurd...
Wings will transport you into the wild Blu-ray yonder.
The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series continues to delight.
A story about memory and its imperfections.
In all modesty, Anna Quindlen has nothing to be modest about.
This light-spirited YA vampire series keeps on getting better.
During World War I, traitors were often difficult to find. Could an actor playing a part unearth their secrets.
Nick Gillespie deprecates a very real problem in his Reason Magazine article, "Stop Panicking Over Bullying."
Augusta alone should set the club's membership policies.
First an Android app, now the property of Facebook, Instagram is making serious waves in social media
The Lost Secrets of Maya Technology explains Mayan culture and science clearly and succinctly.
This release falls a bit short as both a documentary and an album.
An amazing genre-mixing performer who takes musical improvisation in a unique direction.
Alabama Shakes' debut album offers an opportunity to welcome the still-beating heart of rock & roll a new life.
A progtastic collection of rock/metal this week.
Surprisingly, this artful sequel sounds like Jethro Tull of old.
What do you do when a writer you love is intransigently opposed to someone else you have taken into your heart?
The Antimicrobial Resistance crisis leads the World Health Organization to state that modern medicine as we know it may be coming to an end.
A person’s spiritual self steps into the astral world, leaving the physical body behind.
The Omegathon, liveblogged in all it's insane glory.
Gabe and Tycho create a strip live with audience participation.