Michael Moore, the director of Bowling for Columbine, has done it again with Capitalism: A Love Story. Tackling the recent financial crisis and the transition
Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger (Scribner) Releasing: 29 September Audrey Niffenegger’s sophomore attempt to The Time Traveler’s Wife. A hard act to follow,
Gamer, a film scheduled for release on September 4th, positions itself to take over the box office by promising what viewers want: blood, video games, tormented characters and dirty language. Gerard Butler stars.
Jack White and pals played a tune off Horehound on Jimmy Kimmel’s show Friday night.
Because not enough of the world’s music has Timbaland’s stamp on it, he teamed up with Rockstar Games to create a music mixer
A Sunny Day in Glasgow Ashes Grammar (Mis Ojos Discos) Releasing: 15 September (US) A Sunny Day in Glasgow actually hail from Philadelphia and not across
If you ignore the absolutely inane questions and lame vanity reaction shots from the interviewer, this brief cast interview from Sundance, with the cast of
Germany’s entry for the Foreign Language Film Oscar looks to be the amazing director’s ticket to the gold. Funny Games, The Piano Teacher
Are you tired of your only “performances” of The Ting Tings being dudes at bars screaming “THEY CALL ME STACY!” into beer bottles? Me too.
Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues: True Stories of the Unsavory, Unwise, Unorthodox, and Unusual by Loren Rhodes (Scribner) Releasing: 29 September This looks to be a