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TV Review: Heroes – “Better Halves”

Chapter 6's superpower du jour was predictability. But a kickass cliffhanger was its weakness. Read More »

Movie Review: The Prestige

Two magicians enter in a bitter rivalry and big surprise, it's not about the girl. Read More »

TV Review: CSI – Post-Mortem

I hate to do it, but I have to trash another favorite series of mine because it's lost its edge and vision. Read More »

TV Review: Prison Break

With the latest episode of Prison Break, I am only one more scene of silliness away from quitting the show all together. Read More »

TV Review: Dexter Gets the Win for 2006’s Best New Series

If you haven’t caught Dexter yet, shame on you for missing this year’s absolute best new show. Read More »

Book Review: Have Your Poo Rolled Away by Dung Beetles – And 99 Other Things to Do Before You Die (Plus a Few to Do Afterwards) by New Scientist

If the title alone isn’t enough to get you to buy this book, don’t. Read More »

Restaurant Review: Le Cartet – Why Gourmet Food Can Suck

If you want taste, you must embrace the fat. Read More »

Prison Break as a Quarter Horse

Prison Break is the Quarter Horse, we can sense that the show is already out of steam. Read More »

Michelle Malkin’s Sandwich Board Asks “Where Is The Outrage?”

Malkin is beginning to sound like a lunatic doomsayer, screaming that the end is near. Read More »

Movie Review: Empire Falls

This drama leaves the viewer wondering why more great movies like this aren’t made more often. Read More »