Joy Mover manages to merge jazz and Latin influences for her first album.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is only good listening for fans of mixtapes and teenage angst.
The Birthday Massacre offer another spooky synth collection just in time for Halloween.
One of the best albums from the early 1970s that you may have never heard.
A rushed release for a less-than-recognizable Holiday flick starring a dead singer. Heaven help us.
Sharks in a grocery store? What's next?
A beautifully shot and almost hypnotic reflection on love, longing and loneliness.
Things are anything but rosy as recently united parents and daughter learn about the differences between them the years have carved.
The sixth season of The Lucy Show has been remastered and is now available on DVD.
Well, they're not like me certainly.
"The Break-Up" is a darker, dramatic turn for Glee, and it's really good!
The October 7, 2012 episode of 666 Park Avenue reinforces a growing presence of evil and unresolved incidents at The Drake.
A fever dream of a movie.
The film may be incoherent and indulgent, but the Blu-ray sounds great and has cool bonus features.
Four unbeaten teams are in action, with two at home and two on the road for conference games.
The final nail in the genre's coffin.
Important lessons about coping with life.
Many nineteenth-century novels were meant to instruct. Then why does Dickens fail to punish the criminal in Hard Times?
A mystery of identity, a journey into the maze of a mysterious life where darkness was the only thing that he knew.
The Obama/Romney showdown avoided the most important issues.
I only see one clear choice here: President Obama needs to be re-elected.