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Book Review: At Home: A Short History of Private Life by Bill Bryson

Author Bill Bryson takes readers on a tour through his home, and an eclectic assortment of stories that strike his fancy along the way. Read More »

Book Review: The Pirates! Band of Misfits: An Adventure with Scientists and An Adventure with Ahab by Gideon Defoe

Gideon Defoe's The Pirates! series is goofy, anachronistic, and downright silly. It is also a very fun and enjoyable read. Read More »

DVD Review: Marlow Meets

Tim Marlow takes viewers on a personal tour of art - through the eyes of five very creative people. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: W./E.

Madonna's W./E. tries to tells the stories of two women, Wally and her namesake Wallis Simpson, but unfortunately concentrates on the wrong one. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Murdoch Mysteries, Season 1

Murdoch Mysteries is a Victorian set in Toronto - a historical CSI with great cast, settings, and storylines. Read More »

DVD Review: Above Suspicion, Set 1

A gritty and fascinating crime series from the creator of Prime Suspect, starring Ciarán Hinds and Kelly Reilly. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Poirot – Series 3

Another fabulous Blu-ray set of Agatha Christie's Poirot, starring David Suchet as the inimitable Belgian sleuth. Read More »

Book Review: Film Noir: The Directors, Edited by Alain Silver and James Ursini

Film Noir: The Directors is a thorough and fascinating look at the work of some great directors and great films. Read More »

Book Review: Cary Grant: A Life in Pictures Edited by Yann-Brice Dherbier

If you are looking for lots of fabulous photos of Hollywood icon Cary Grant, without too much insight into his films or life, this makes for a nice coffee table book. Read More »

Book Review: Dressing Marilyn: How a Hollywood Icon Was Styled by William Travilla by Andrew Hansford with Karen Homer

Dressing Marilyn is a great idea - highlighting the talent of designer Travilla and his collaboration with icon Marilyn Monroe - but it could have been so much more. Read More »