India Stoker’s father is killed in a car accident on her 18th birthday. She’s already a surly teenager locked in perma-conflict with her appearances-obsessed mother.
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So a gas guy walks into the sketchy kitchen of a rundown house and, in answer to the lady of the house’s question, “What’s up?”,
Andrew Tibbetts' guide to the beefiest show on TV, in eight-minute spurts!
"30 Rock" says goodbye and Andrew Tibbets gives you the classic run-down of this critics' classic
Andrew Tibbetts reviews “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” and does find the unexpected. Read on to find out whether this is a three-hour must or
The first season of American Horror Story was just about the most fun thing on TV last year. Rent the DVD if you missed it.
I saw The Sessions a few days ago but it’s taken me time to put my response into words. The first draft was (maybe) a
Looper is one of those “mind-bending” thrillers that comes out every few years, like Memento, Inception, The Machinist, Source Code, Fight Club, Eternal Sunshine of the
There’s so much going on in Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film, The Master—and so much of it is great: truly superb direction, design, lighting, acting,
ParaNorman is like Shaun of the Dead for kids. I can’t imagine a movie eleven year olds would like more. It’s as gruesome as the
What’s scarier than zombies and vampires? The new Meryl Streep horror film, Hope Springs, which is about your parents’ sex life! Ugh! Not since David Cronenberg’s Videodrome have I had
Writer’s Note: Other than The Dark Knight Rises, I can’t think of a film’s opening night marred by a shooting. Everyone’s talking about what could