via abridgelife.comJosh GrossbergWe introduced you to Josh Grossberg's documentary A Bridge Life: Finding Our Way Home in 2009, and between then and now, it earned several awards, began screening on the Documentary Channel, and came out on DVD (available on Amazon). Grossberg, who is also senior ... More >>
Series 2 of Gordon Ramsey's F Word comes out on DVD on March 17 (you can advance order it here), and the flaks are pushing it as totally uncensored. The claim is about 99.99 percent true. I previewed the show, and in the course of the season chef Ramsey utters the eponymous F-Word in every ima ... More >>
The best music gifts of 2008
A legendary underground filmmaker from Sistrunk surfaces to make a movie about Florida homeboys
New concert documentary honors Garnett Silk
Twin Peaks: The Second Season, The Natural: Director's Cut, Death of a President, The Good Shepherd
Revenge of the Nerds: Panty Raid Edition, Borat, Peter Pan: Two-Disc Platinum Edition, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin
Catch a Fire The Gathering The Silence of the Lambs: Collector's Edition Farce of the Penguins
Talladega Nights The Fox and the Hound 2 The Devil Wears Prada World Trade Center
Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut Clerks II St. Elsewhere: Season One A Star Is Born
Wonder Showzen is so sick, it's satisfying.
Through the Fire A History of Violence Good Night, and Good Luck Spring Break Shark Attack
Attempting to survive 11 straight hours of the Grateful Dead
Hustle & Flow is short on action, long on scenes of recording
Miyazaki returns with a beautiful but confounding fairy tale
Adam Sandler, a star quarterback? If only they were joking.
With the Lights Out (Geffen)
Yeah, the movie sucked. But the soundtrack's killer.
Catholics are bad, Nazis are bad... and Michael Caine's movie about both is boring
Once in a Lifetime (Sire/Rhino)
Twenty-five years later, a filmmaker comes to grips with his Kids
The Band dances The Last Waltz, but can time heal old wounds?
Bowie at the Beeb: The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68-72 (Virgin Records)
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?