Slick but pleasant Christmas entertainment from television's most talented ensemble cast.
Matt Duke is back with a deeply philosophical EP about love!
Hellogoodbye begin their return to form with the reissue of Would It Kill You?, the first release under their new label.
OCMS return with a collection that looks to the past but refuses to dwell there...
The newly remastered edition of The Smashing Pumpkins magnum opus is a reminder of one of the best albums of the Clinton era.
Slowhand: 35th Anniversary Edition offers Eric Clapton fans the original album plus bonus tracks and live recordings.
The Phantom Menace of The Lord of the Rings
A live action videogame pretending to be a movie.
A few inspired gore scenes can't redeem this cruddy low-budget horror flick.
Run - don't walk - to see Criterion's edition of Christopher Nolan's superb debut feature.
A terrific ghost story with a mystery thrown in for those who enjoy reading short fiction.
Lucking Out is a sometimes brilliant and sometimes disappointing memoir of New York in the '70s by critic James Wolcott.
A fascinating account of the author's experience growing up in Ireland as one of twelve immigrant children.
Damjon's quest to find a murderer leads to the discovery of long hidden and horrific crimes.
An honest attempt towards a serious project to present an objective analysis of U.S. foreign policy for India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
America, Land That I Love: Bible Bites, Personal Devotions is a book of verses to aid in our prayers for America.
Hannah Reed chats with me and leaves the sting out of it when I get all up in her nest!
At 20, R.K. gives away her belongings to embark upon an exciting journey of camping and hitchhiking.
Childs' and March's entertaining third collection of interviews showcases stories of pop stars like Ray Stevens and groups like The Buckinghams and The Grassroots.
A super hot BDSM erotic romance novel.
Sparkle Abbey dishes on the life of pampered divas and pets.
A psychotherapist and award-winning author offers a controversial way to prevent extreme acts of violence.
Lego: The Lord of the Rings is the deepest adventure yet in a Lego game and is a beautiful effort despite a few technical issues.
Parents in Newtown, Connecticut aren't the only ones to lose children.
A friendly online program makes learning a foreign language easier.
Modern hard drives are not feature rich enough to meet the advanced user needs and that's why SSD drives would supposed be the strong replacement of HDD.