The annual "State of the Climate" report released recently said 2014 was the warmest year on record.
This album is Delaria's vanity project of Bowie glam rock classics reinterpreted as 70's-era jazz.
Scott Eastwood is a dead ringer for papa Clint when he starred in the TV show "Rawhide" in the early '60s. And while he's no Clint in the acting department, he does show some raw potential.
This sequel, making its Blu-ray debut, is mostly played for outrageous laughs.
This juicy plot could go in any direction: Farce, drama, romance, tragedy. Jacques seems to see no reason why he ought to choose, packing all those elements into a film that's compelling at every turn.
Remarkable for its visual punch, as well as the performances Mundruczó gets from his human and canine performers, "White God" is sharp, funny, and -- rare in today's glutted media market -- unforgettable.
From play to Johnny Depp film, to the stage, the Broadway cast album is the latest promotional piece for "Finding Neverland," and it has its "dreamy" moments.
Those wacky bad movie fans Joel, Mike, and their fellow robot friends arrive with another four-episode collection courtesy of the fabulous Shout Factory folks.
Several years before both Madonna and Adam Lambert sang about ghost towns, there was a little horror movie of the same name.
They extras included do what these discs do best: they reveal the artist shrouded behind the film.