Keiichi Morisata accidentally calls the Goddess Relief Office, and ends up with the goddess Belldandy staying by his side.
A Wilderness of Error is a true-crime book that's both inspiring and headstrong.
Lost Knowledge of the Ancients is an excellent book which documents the early origins of civilization and culture.
Miracle Boy Grows Up is an often funny, completely honest memoir about growing up in a wheelchair and disability rights.
The beginning of the end of a long held tradition, destroyed by greed and murder.
Healing Remedies is an excellent treatise for implementing natural protocols to alleviate classic disease problems.
Fifty years ago the music business and the aspirations and goals of musicians all over the world were altered forever.
Psychedelic Pill has Neil Young reflecting on his life and music.
Maximo Park look good and rock hard in San Francisco.
If you're looking for strong 3D and can forgive sloppy storytelling, Flying Swords Of Dragon Gate is an easy recommendation.
Family Guy Volume Ten finished off the ninth season, which is only mediocre in quality.
Some of the best movies have great kitchen scenes.
L.A. Reid discusses this week's X Factor Boot Camp episodes.
Looper is a sci-fi story about time travel, love and loss, but in the end it get's slightly lost itself.
Whether you are just now discovering Stargate Universe, starring Robert Carlyle, or want to revisit Syfy's 2009-2011 sci-fi series, stop by and join the discussion.
No (zombie) guts, no glory.
As an improvement or upgrade upon the original, Version 2 succeeds but, as a true sequel, it may disappoint many long time players.