The underlying theme of this interesting hourlong docu is that people fear change because they fear death. And so it's not surprising the lengths to which they will go to stave off the inevitable.
The lure of space aliens and ghosts will likely pull in a respectable audience share for this latest special, which tells three stories of incredible events.
Did she or didn't she? The burning question, at least to Bob Slatzer, author of "The Marilyn Files," is whether Marilyn Monroe committed suicide or was murdered, and if she was killed, who did it and…
The recent scramble on the late-night talkshow circuit to pick up the fallout from Johnny Carson's departure has primed the pumps for this very fast and funny take-off of life after prime time.
Chanticleer Films' worthy Discovery Program, which hosted the 1987 "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall" and this year's Oscar-winner "Session Man," among other treasures, again shores up the…
Host: Stephen Ford.
A quicksilver, threatening interp by Michael Biehn supplies most of the vigor in the telefilm "A Taste for Killing," in which two wealthy pre-law students, thanks to parental pull, go to work on an…
Say what you want about the new series "Freshman Dorm," but it moves up a class before its second episode. In other words, it's sophomoric.
Director Martha Coolidge builds a communal sense among a three-generation family of women who live well under the same roof on a lovely isle in Puget Sound; there's also insularity bordering on…
Blossom returns home in this third season opener of the youth-oriented sitcom , but, unfortunately the homecoming is not nearly as interesting as last season's ender, when she ran away.
The fictional conflicts of several women, predominantly Asian, and their abusive husbands have been wrapped up in an ambitious if uneven script by L.A. deputy D.A. Patricia Kinaga. Often static…