Time magazine called the author "an American Tolkien". High praise indeed — but is it accurate?
The Hobbit is definitely worth reading, but if you find the 305 pages a little daunting then Peter Jackson's new release will do just as well.
Hitler versus Churchhill: Killing Words
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a fun romp; just don't expect too much.
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.
A magician should never reveal his tricks, they say. Well, this one does, and the stories he's conjured up are all the better for it.
Rothfuss is one of those new voices in fantasy literature that actually lives up to the hype; The Name of the Wind is his first book.
A modern review of this still worthy and classic high fantasy tale of adventure, magic, friendship, and courage.
The multiple-award winning musical spoof returns to Los Angeles for a run at Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater.
Battaglia's piano based trio explores mythical places such as the Utopian River of Anyder.