A new source of intensity adds to the fiery, riff-heavy attack on Red Fang's third album. With a relentless touring schedule leaving little time for songwriting or recording, the band felt the deadline pressure seeping into their music. Sandwiched between the Australian Soundwave Festival in Febru ... More >>
Stone Sour and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor is pulling double-duty this year in more ways than one. Stone Sour is putting out its second album in as many years; the first was House of Gold & Bones Part 1, which dropped last year, and the second, House of Gold & Bones Part 2, came out in April. La ... More >>
Get ready for "Rolling Stones Week" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon the week of May 10In case you haven't heard, The Rolling Stones are preparing to reissue their iconic 1972 album Exile on Main Street this May. There will be original remastered tracks as well as 10 unheard new tracks available.T ... More >>
Cristopher Broughton (left) and Pastor Anderson outside church Sunday night: Anyone else thinking of a certain Gnarls Barkley tune? Before I hit you with my account of this Sunday's evening service at Tempe's Faithful Word Baptist Church -- home to Obama-death-wish preacher Steven An ... More >>
"Every life is precious," Joe kept saying of murder victims. Who is he tryin' to kid?The citizens of Buckeye and Avondale can rest easy tonight knowing that sheriff's deputies with assault rifles, body armor, and ski masks are busy pulling over old ladies and Hispanics with expired tags. This was al ... More >>
Barack Obama has named Arizona's governor Janet Napolitano as the nation's Homeland Security secretary. This is Janet's biggest spotlight ever, and the country is being hit with a flurry of news stories about her. Obama made it official this morning during a news conference in Chicago. Acc ... More >>
PTV3: Genesis P-Orridge is in the center of the pile. In what may prove to be one of the most ironic club happenings in the history of Arizona, and perhaps the nation, the legendary Psychic TV, fronted by aesthetic genius and transgender icon Genesis P-Orridge, will next Monday, August 27 play And ... More >>
This raucous raven demands: Is Westcor taking a cue from the Jim Crow South, or is io's closing really about a lame-o lease dispute?
Conception far from immaculate in teenybop retelling
A beautiful but confounding fairy tale
The answer is less than 42
There's nothing absurd about the appeal of SpongeBob's first movie
Mel Gibson's Passion is more torture-test than devotional
50 First Dates is a patchy toss-off strictly for Sandler fans
A half-century of Rings-mania culminates in The Return of the King
A half-century of Rings-mania culminates in The Return of the King.
Gary Hill's video art is disturbing, but worth it
Kill Bill's missing something -- like, oh, a proper ending
Jim Carrey's sheer heaven as Bruce Almighty until the praying
Terry Gilliam sets out to make Don Quixote, but becomes him instead
Though defined by the Beatles, George Harrison's greatest musical breakthroughs were very much his own
Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved, and is that so wrong?
A spiffed-up Hard Day's Night continues to dazzle, with its jump cuts, slow motion and sped-up Beatles antics
Don't let the name game confuse you.
Loser, Amy Heckerling's clueless new teen com, lives down to its title
Sandman author Neil Gaiman finds magic in the damnedest place
Andy Partridge polishes off Apple Venus' second installment, the mostly electric, totally stress-free Wasp Star
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Kathy and Mo Show co-stars dine and dish
The left-field, ultra-low-budget The Blair Witch Project scares us in a way that Hollywood's forgotten
This solidly retro Oscar winner will satisfy nostalgia for old-fashioned melodramas
Banished to PBS' back burner, rollicking Chef! is still cooking with gas
Fierce Creatures swallows Wanda whole and chokes on the laughter
If you need anemergency medical vehicle, just hope you're in the right partof Maricopa County. If you're not, questionable dispatching practices could prove hazardous to your health.
IS JAMES J. DILETTOSO A TECHNO GOD OR JUST ANOTHER FLOPPY DISCIPLE? EVEN HE CAN'T SAY FOR SURE.