Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases.
If you’re looking for a last minute gift for the teen in your house, or if you want an enjoyable, light way to spend some of your time off, I would recommend “Switched at Birth.”
Two new films about family and loyalty come to Blu-ray. Reviews of “The Help” and “Warrior”
You rebooted the franchises! Damn you to hell!
Don’t say a word
And it came to pass in those days, in the wilds of the Internet in the country of Popdose, thy humble servant Johnny Bacardi didst decree that he hath once more brought forth new reviews of recent comic and graphic novel reviews, including Craig Thompson’s Habibi and the DC/Vertigo limited series Spaceman.
Wake up your neighbors with some sludge metal from Danish rockers, Rising.
Japanese man-monkeys, brute men, and girl gangs abound on the Satellite of Love as Tony Redman reviews “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXII”
Rizzoli celebrates the anniversary of the legendary Def Jam label…with a book that could crush a small animal.
“Friends With Benefits” is a film that should be much better than it turned out.
“Our Idiot Brother” is a sweet little film with some real human moments in it, reminding me of some of Hal Ashby’s fine movies.
Review of the J.J. Abrams ode to Steven Spielberg, “Super 8″
Martin Scorsese says it’s time for a family film.
The Empire Shall Fall return with the first of a three-part EP release that challenges what you know about metalcore.
Get Something Wild, and much, much more, as Criterion’s biannual Barnes & Noble sale ends today.
Whether or not you’re a fan of Woody Allen this American Masters documentary is an exemplary study of the artist.
There was more to the comic than meets the eyes.
Artist Will Cotton makes modern pinup art with a backward glancing aesthetic. Lindsay Lohan is making things worse. How do they intersect?
In anticipation of the theatrical version of John LeCarre’s classic novel, the 1979 miniseries has been released on DVD.
You take the good, you take the bad. You throw away the good and there you have All Because Of You, Lisa “Blair” Whelchel’s 1984 Contemporary Christian album.
Tool’s original bassist Paul D’Amour jumps back into the spotlight with his Feersum Ennjin project.
Tim McCarver is not a singer. Dave Lifton is not a good person. Together, they helped create this column.
The recordings that started it all. (More or less.)