OK, here's a rundown of the last few weeks. If you're looking for a good gift idea and want to make sure the person you're gifting hasn't already boug...
In advance of next week's column naming the ten best TV shows of 2010, here is my annual alternative ten best list, featuring shows that likely won't land on many such lists but still deserve special recognition.
Despite running against the biggest spending candidate in American history, Jerry Brown is in command in the race for governor of California.
Eating meat and watching True Blood doesn't always sit well, so in the spirit of the conscientious Bill Compton, our Sunday's have gone vegan.
No matter what those dopey Twilight movies tell you, werewolves make lousy house pets. But someone else was morphing into a monster under last night's full moon as well...
Happy Shakespeare's Birthday everyone. Let's celebrate by talking about Survivor, which is exactly what Shakespeare would have written if only he had had no talent.
Parvati didn't flip and Courtney's skeleton went back to her graveyard or haunted castle or wherever it is that living skeletons hang out. Poor JT. Totally betrayed.
Here are 16 DVD releases that are the best of the best from the first four months of 2010. Rent them, buy them, stream them; do whatever you want. Just don't miss them.
There was a scene many years ago on The West Wing in which President Josiah Bartlet, during one of his typically humorous exchanges with his stubborn ...
In case you don't know, steampunk is a hobby and lifestyle that glorifies all things related to Victorian and Edwardian science fiction.
Sadly, not every episode of Survivor can be as much fun as last week's dynamite combination of Voldepussy's crying jag and James dripping baby oil.
Good news for geeks like me everywhere. Word has it that there's a Doctor Who feature film in production, and that the project is being pursued with a...
The mad complexity of Lost merits a grand, glorious finale that will keep people talking for years to come. If the show's writers don't deliver, we may never again see a show as demanding and uniquely entertaining as theirs.
I like Lost. A lot. I've watched it from its spectacular cinematic beginning in the fall of 2004. I've probably seen every episode. And I'm still not sure what's really going on.
Robert Downey Jr. won the award for Best Actor in a Movie Abomination for pretending to play Sherlock Holmes. These awards really are meaningless. He shouldn't be rewarded for that film; he should be punished.
With An Education, the 24 year old British actress Carey Mulligan has come out of nowhere to garner the kind of critical acclaim and award notice that few receive so quickly.