The Awakening is an atmospheric old-fashioned ghost story with finely drawn characters and rich period detail.
If only Werner Herzog would train his eye on Georgetown Cupcakes and frame the sisters’ fondant-frosted business as a losing battle against nature and true Americana.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is not without flaws; but if you were once young, you will like it
I feel like the director did it for the same reason, but there's no lulz to be found here. At least intentionally.
Keisuke Kinoshita's experimental 1958 meditation on aging and dealing with the aged.
The mysterious disappearance of a plane finally comes to light in the deep woods; those involved are eager to hide the truth.
Man’s Best Friends features true dog stories of astonishing rescues made by big dogs, pocket sized pups, purebreds, and mixed breed mutts.
Twelve-year-old Sheltie Chula Wula D’Augue “writes” about her adventures in Paris and Provence with her owners Sheron and Robert Long.
The cryptic prophecy speaks of Enoch's device, an angelic weapon with the power to prevent the coming apocalypse.
Calm down, knitting fans, this post-Apocalyptic yarn may not be about what you might think.
Deep in the wilderness, only one can build an Elven kingdom that can withstand the capricious winds of change.
Meet a man who has turned his fascination for the Kennedy Assassination into an excellent work of historical Fiction!
Newspaper comic strips are meant to be taken seriously. Anybody who thinks otherwise isn't paying attention – and the joke's on them.
Guess who will be going to the Star Trek & Sci-Fi Summit XVIII this weekend.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama will need to build bipartisan support for ending the the menace of hunger.
The "professional" social network is apparently trying to become just another self-esteem machine.
What the president wants to talk about tonight is a far cry from the real dangers to this nation which he should face up to.
Skyrim finally gets the DLC it deserves.
Bennett Paster's Relentless Pursuit of the Beautiful finds it in a simpler approach to jazz.