Games of the week: Giants at Ravens and 49ers at Seahawks. Lame of the week: Raiders at Panthers.
Delusional Larry Holmes Shows Disrespect For The Klitschko Brothers: What Else Is New?
Ozu's bittersweet family drama works so well because of the story's authenticity.
Director Tom Hooper had his cast sing live on camera, and the gamble pays off in this immersive adaptation of the stage musical.
Largely overlooked in theaters, now is the time to see one of the year's best films.
The Emmy Award-winning series continues with the search for relics from the Vaults of Iacon.
Steven Parlato's The Namesake is a dark exploration of death and the dangers of a life lived.
Zombie Cat is a delightfully macabre picture book for adults and older children about a zombie cat and his master.
We have met Kerry Soper and he explains why he wrote a biography on Walt Kelly, creator of Pogo, and what he learned in the process.
Jasper Fforde's The Woman Who Died a Lot takes its silliness seriously.
A quirky mystery with colorful characters in a wacky Marin County setting.
Sango tries save Kohaku from Naraku, while Inuyasha tries to learn how to master a heavier Tetsusaiga.
A clever, funny take on a childhood classic that will make older children and adults laugh out loud.
The Indie Author Revolution is an invaluable asset for any author thinking of self-publishing.
Alcohol Free Entertaining is an important work for people who would like the drinking sensation without the alcohol content.
The music legend's temerity and mind-boggling talent is palpable on this new live album.
The Scribblenauts series of games has been a favorite among children and adults alike since its beginning, and the newest release is certainly no exception.
Mike Huckabee isn't alone in suggesting a Creator more petulant than compassionate.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, gun control advocates seek tighter regulations, but are America's gun laws really that relaxed?
Controls on military-style weapons won't stop gun violence, but would say much about who we are as a people.