She-Wolves documents the difficulty early queens of England had asserting power.
This release is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful Blu-ray I've ever known in my life.
The ideas may be thin, but the experience is often rapturous.
Follow Sir David Attenborough as he takes us on a journey through sixty years of natural history filmmaking.
The Imposter proves that what goes on behind closed doors (and minds) is more horrifying than the scariest horror movie
The Doctor's unaired story hits DVD.
Doctor Who's unaired serial comes to DVD with tons of extras.
The best bits are alternately funny, haunting, and just a bit insane. And Nicole Kidman is too sexy for words.
The award winning and critically acclaimed crime drama returns for another season.
When Wally is young, she learns that being her friend can be dangerous to your health.
A hitchhike across the country changes our hero's life — in an unexpected way.
Take a highly personal journey, where you will rediscover hidden elements of your feminine being, ripe with power and vibrancy.
Doctor Paul Prophet, a hard-drinking widower in Green Bay, Wisconsin, works with dying children. Now they're visiting him after death.
Without sugarcoating the job-hunting experience, Corporate Recruiter Tells All offers many good reminders in how to professionally showcase skills and experience.
Wide-ranging and generic, Tillmans is too cool for school, and takes the fun out of boring photos.
Antifragile is a challenging book which argues the outer bounds of organizational conflict and its benefits.
Newest Spirian novel tells a tale of forbidden love.
The Lake Reflections is Boyd Lee Dunlop's solo follow-up to Boyd's Blues.
Gliss' third album Langsom Dans is a worthwhile listen, though may leave you wanting more.
The Dave Douglas Quintet's jazz improvisation coordinated surprisingly well with O'Donovan's studied folk stylings on the "sublime" 2012 album Be Still.
A charismatic young psychopath wins over impressionable fellow students in this powerful work staged by the never-shy Amoralists.
Today's parents want distinctive names for their children, but distinctive today can become commonplace tomorrow.
Kathryn Graf's new comedy-drama follows the lives of three middle-aged New Yorkers as they search for romance and personal fulfillment.
It's all fun and games until the panic hits the fan!