Michel Gondry is likely the most innovative director in a generation, and he has a new compilation DVD that you should immediately watch.
Inherent Vice, the new mystery novel from Thomas Pynchon, fits with its genre as seamlessly as lettuce-flavored tortilla chips.
How could you slam a major motion release? Suzanne shows you how.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince retains all the good parts of the book and ups the tension through its visual presentation.
While summer blockbusters are trying to steal the spotlight, Boardman's brings us yet another winner in Easy Virtue.
Justin reviews a pair of Nintendo DSi releases, Pictobits and Minis March Again!, that will keep you entertained on the cheap.
With Up, Pixar continues its tradition of excellence. How do they continue to do it?
It's you against the oncoming horde of Zamboni-driving zombies. Your weapons of choice: pea shooters and cabbage catapults, of course.
Mark discovers an interesting exhibit of Xmas card woodblock prints at the Champaign Co. Historical Museum created by the former UI dean.
The Nintendo DSi sold well out of the gates, but Justin Hemenway wonders whether some of handheld's new features are worth the price tag.
If you missed the showing of Let the Right One In at Ebertfest, you can still pick it up at the local video store. Let Suzanne tell you why it's a can't miss rental.
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