The new Star Trek film captures the spirit of the old 1960s TV show in a way that the previous two films in the reboot series haven't.
I still have a soft spot in my heart for my quirky science fiction epic, published in 2006, which has a (very small) cult following.
What does a notorious 1990s movie about humans fighting bugs on another planet have to do with politics in 2016? More than you may think.
The new episode of "The Valley of Forever" is up, and it's a three-hanky story if you're easily moved.
This episode explores the backstory of the character known as Dale, which takes us back to the U.S. Civil War and an epic disaster on the Mississippi.
Here are my final thoughts on "Lost," including my interpretation of the infamous series finale...which not everyone may agree with!
In episode 9, what "the valley of forever" actually is begins to become clear for the first time in the series.
A time-shifting island, a lot of chases through the jungle and a loose nuke are part of the bag of tricks Lost throws at us in Season 5.
Most podcasts never make it past episode 7, so here's where I beat the odds!
In Episode 7, the action shifts to Austin, Texas, and the memory of a tragedy that occurred there far in the past.