On your way out the door to catch a movie? Surfing the 'net and wondering whether you should stop by your favorite online retailer to buy a DVD or CD? Wondering whether or not you should commit some of your precious free time to the latest bestseller?
We're all in a hurry these days. Time and money are in short supply, and most of us want to get the most bang for our hard-earned bucks without feeling like we're wasting our few spare minutes. That's where BC's Reviews in Brief comes in -- our writers see it, listen to it, read it, play it, use it -- and then let you know whether or not it's worth your time and money.
What could be better than that? Reviews in Brief will tell you what's good and what's not, and won't take up too much of your time to do it. So you can use more of your time doing what you like doing.
What if Christmas bypassed your town?
Waitress is an indie with the heart of a TV show.
Kevin Jackson tells his tale from father-less child to Republican conservative black man.
Useful money-management reminders.
The tank-driving punkette enters a cross-continental death race: decapitations and explosions inevitably ensue.
Dr Rotherham conjectures about the effect of the UK exit from the EU.
Acorn Media brings us the much-awaited finale of the groundbreaking British series.
NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 32 outshines all.
ZenDOG teaches your dog to relax, teaches you to bond with your pet, and is an extremely useful dog behavior modification tool.
A grisly new comic series posits a world where vamp and zombie attacks have long been a part of our history.
A great book for the seriously out of shape. In 30 days you will be off the couch and feeling fitter.
Nuclear power — and one mad scientist's brain-power — unleash the ickiest monsters of the '50s.
Attempt after distracting attempt to move beyond mere entertainment in Dean Koontz's Velocity
Jacques Tati's silent-film-with-sound scolds the new, blows a kiss to the bygone.
Actress Jill Schoelen rolls out a great debut.
The past can't stay buried forever.
Solid biblical advice from seasoned ministers on the subject of shame and guilt.
Did America's premier revolutionary deserve his monumental status?
This fantastic follow-up to The Rossetti Letter finds Claire Donovan in London teaching history at Cambridge.
Thought provoking reflections to stir the heart of Christian readers.