Let us hope that the new global powers will not lead humanity into another bloodbath.
A neglected punk rock classic finally sees reissue.
A fine example of why Albert King was one of the Three Kings of the Blues.
A lot of Heart from Ann and Nancy Wilson.
The second studio effort from Canada's Japandroids thunders through its short eight tracks, but is it to the album's benefit?
One died. The other got political.
McCoy’s hardboiled noir classic, about an Ivy League graduate’s criminal rampage from seedy underground to glitzy high society.
You’ve written a book, but if it doesn’t sell, what’s the point?
There's a mandolin player in town who is not giving up on the girl of his dreams.
Samuel Gerard returns to hunt a (different) fugitive.
1973's Best Picture winner is entertaining and fun, at least for the first time you watch it.
Smithsonian Channel: Air and Space Collection is a great asset for students, teachers, and air and space enthusiasts.
Bat Monsters captures the look and kitchy charm of the corny dialog that was a mainstay of these films
Friday was a dead night at the Dances with Films film festival, but in a good way.
A wooden Robert Pattison fails to light a fire in the adaptation of Maupassant’s Bel Ami
An affecting, naturalistic portrait of childhood.