Luke Goldstein is the writer/creator of two blogs: "The End of the Page" which covers movies, books, music and pop culture and "Reality Dig" which focuses on politics.
He also just released his debut novel, "What Came First?", which follows four complete strangers as their lives become intertwined in the biggest traffic jam in Seattle's history. At the center of it all is an object that at first looks small and ordinary, but turns out to be so much more.
8: The Mormon Proposition documents the lengths the Mormon Church went to cause the victory of the infamous Prop 8 battle.
Obama and Romney tangled in the final debate of the campaign, but did Romney play it too soft?
Argo is another successful film in a growing catalog of titles coming from the relatively young, Ben Affleck.
Obama came back strong for round two of the presidential debates in what was possibly the best performance of his career.
Reconstruction: The Best of DJ Shadow celebrates one of the most unique artists in the field of instrumental hip-hop today.
Ryan tried to play it cool during the VP debate, but Biden brought the energy missing from his boss' previous performance.
Romney gets to wear the crown for winning the first debate, but at what cost?
Looper is a sci-fi story about time travel, love and loss, but in the end it get's slightly lost itself.
Predicting which candidate will come out on top of the first debate depends on which scale you are using.
The Master will bring on the accolades for acting, but leaves a lot to be desired as an overall film.