Fanatic proves that Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson are still among the best female rockers in popular music.
[REC]³ gives the found footage genre a much needed chainsaw to the face.
Riveting documentary series about the people who worked for Hitler deserves a better box set.
It's no classic, but The Campaign provides plenty of laughs.
Emulating hardboiled lingo to a T, Megan Abbott traces the strange circumstances surrounding actress and B-girl Jean Spangler, who disappeared from Los Angeles in 1949.
Meet Lous Koster, a man who brings readers an inspirational guide to personal freedom, long-lasting happiness, and higher awareness.
You can have a successful management team if you determine the ultimate purpose of your organization.
Each of her stories touch on issues, fears, and challenges that women face every day, but concludes that love is within reach.
After saving England while working as a typist for Winston Churchill, Maggie Hope has her sights on becoming a spy.
Learn about entrepreneurship and become mega rich.
Meet an author who writes a bit on the dark side!
Gothic: Visual Art of the Middle Ages, 1140 – 1500 is a stunning tour of Medieval art.
The John Lennon Letters works to confirm the image we've always had of John Lennon as the complicated Beatle.
Jim Gaffigan is one of the funniest comics working today. That's all you need to know before you buy this CD.
Stephen Sondheim's Company, staged by Dream Academy, proves Singapore talent's mettle.
As a generation, Millennials are often cast as lazy, demanding, and entitled by Gen X-ers and Baby Boomers. But are today's young people really the entitled generation?
If you're into arcade-style free-roaming racing, you're not going to want to pass on Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
Weaker in all of the areas that make the series stand out until the end.
Thundercats! Hoooo... boy. Ho boy indeed.