The first novel in Lazar's paranormal Sam Moore series, proves a successful departure for the more realistic mystery writer.
Tyler Durman's Birthday Suit will inspire you, make you laugh, and leave you wanting more.
Film Noir: The Directors is a thorough and fascinating look at the work of some great directors and great films.
A rapist is imprisoned by torturers in a Lebanese prison. Yet he realizes that more pain comes from his mind.
If you bought a zoo, you'd probably want Matt Damon to be involved, wouldn't you?
Pigeon and Pals: Complete Cartoon Collection, Vol. 1 & 2 brings to life the classic stories of Mo Willems.
Jonathan Frid is gone, the man who played the immortal Barnabas Collins who only wished to be normal and see another sunrise.
The sheep are loose! The sheep are loose!
Thursday night's American Idol results show ended with an unexpected elimination.
Acorn Media's new High-Def transfers of these timeless adaptations are worth their weight in gold.
Rumplestiltskin's son Baelfire (Dylan Schmid) makes a return this Sunday night on Once Upon a Time. Dylan sat down with Blogcritics for a short interview.
Whether runaways or throwaways, hundreds of thousands of our children have nowhere to call home in one of the richest countries in the world.
Musical Theatre Guild performs William Finn's A New Brain starring Kevin McMahon.
It confounded Einstein: Why didn’t Kafka just "make the best of life" like the rest of us and accept our ego and egocentric lives?
Is prayer a valid option in the healthcare arena?
Cookbook inspired by the Suzanne Collins book trilogy ranges from very basic (the districts) to extravagant (the Capitol).
Mitt Romney unwittingly illustrates what’s great about America.
What if all the rights were taken away and we became controlled by a fascist America?
With this 1971 album, James Taylor set the standard for singer-songwriters then and now.
Not a bad way to get acquainted with the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.
Elvis' first single release of 1962 proved to be a good luck charm by reaching the top of the charts.