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Black-ish: Reimagining Blackness on Television

Black-ish, the new ABC sitcom created by Kenya Barris, really is one of the funniest shows on TV this season. I laughed my head off watching a marathon run of the first four episodes on demand. Now it's set to record each week on DVR. Show More Summary

Harry Potter Grows Up, Gets Horny: Director Alexandre Aja Talks Horns - The CFQ Interview Podcast

A break from the standard Halloween fare of mad slashers and paranormal infestations, the new film Horns brings a decidedly hometown slant to an examination of the good and evil that lives in all of us. Daniel Radcliffe plays Ig, a man...Show More Summary

Horror Genre Starting to Scare Up More Women

What better time than Halloween to look at the status of women in horror films? While a large percentage of the on-screen screams come from women who are getting sliced and diced, not many are behind the camera or writing the scripts. I...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead: A Night of Reckoning... Rick's Way!

One by one all six walked out the front door of the church that night. They were Glenn, acted by Steven Yeun; Maggie, acted by Lauren Cohan; Sasha, acted by Sonequa Martin-Greene; Abraham, acted by Michael Cudlitz; Michonne, acted by Danai Gurira; and of course Rick, acted by Andrew Lincoln. Show More Summary

Sesame Street Is 45 This Year: Our Favorite Celebrity Moments!

What do Robert DeNiro, Jason Mraz, First Lady Michelle Obama, David Beckham, Alicia Keys and Kofi Annan all have in common? They, along with hundreds of actors, politicians, athletes and rock stars have appeared on Sesame Street -- reciting...Show More Summary

My Conversation with Rene Russo

Tonight I'm joined by Rene Russo who has played a wide range of roles from the sultry insurance investigator in what I consider to be the best remake of all time, "The Thomas Crown Affair" with Pierce Brosnan to a secret service agent opposite Clint Eastwood in "In the Line of Fire". Show More Summary

Pop Stars Everywhere, Take a Lesson From 5 Seconds of Summer: If You Can't Make Your Point, Don't

"We teach discipline. We teach girls how to sit up straight. How to stay silent. How to obey." At first glance, this could be a line from a dramatic movie about the repression of women in society. It could be a line from a villain in...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Nightcrawler - the new Network

TV news has long since surpassed the excesses that seemed far-fetched in Paddy Chayefsky's Network almost 40 years ago. Indeed, what's shocking about Dan Gilroy's Nightcrawler is how not shocking it is - while still being a rousing and...Show More Summary

Celebrity Photographer Blake Little Is Hollywood's Not-So-Secret Weapon

One thing you eventually learn about world-renowned celebrity photographer Blake Little is this: Whether you're perusing his latest stunning image of one of the planet's most famous superstars or having a mid-afternoon coffee in a hole-in-the-wall...Show More Summary

The Abu Dhabi Diaries: Through The Valley, Into an Iraqi Odyssey and All for a Labour of Love

"Many countries go to war and then towards reconciliation. The history of mankind is full of stories of wars between people and states that have come together after fighting for long. Why can't Arabs be like them?" -- H.H. Sheikh Zayed...Show More Summary

Chatting with Genesis' Mike Rutherford, Kasim Sulton and Sallie Ford, Plus a Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons Exclusive

A Conversation with Genesis' Mike Rutherford Mike Ragogna: Mike, Genesis' new anthology, R-Kive, is an overview of the musical creativity of not only Genesis but it includes the works of each member of the band as well. How did it come together? Mike Rutherford: It started, really, with the documentary. Show More Summary

ABC's Red-Hot "How to Get Away with Murder" Proves Broadcast Isn't Playing It Safe

In an exciting but not altogether unexpected development, the addition of How to Get Away with Murder to ABC's schedule now gives each of the Big Three networks a current drama series that challenges basic cable's status as the homeShow More Summary

Jake Gyllenhaal's Eyes in Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal's Leo Bloom in Nightcrawler is as creepy as the movie's title suggests. A bug-eyed loner who preys on the misfortunes of others, Bloom's very language appropriates television-speak with information garnered on the Internet to make him reptilian. Show More Summary

Bette Midler's "Hulaween" Is Ready to Dazzle Manhattan

"I HAVE behind me not only the splendid traditions and annals of more than a thousand years but the living strength and Majesty of the Commonwealth and Empire; of societies old and new; of lands and races different in history and origins,...Show More Summary

Sting vs. U2

Sting's new Broadway play The Last Ship opened this past Sunday. Sting is the most recent '80s rocker to indulge in the big bright lights of Broadway. The last folks to delve into it were U2 with Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. The Last Ship wasn't that bad but it wasn't that great either. Show More Summary

Chris Young: Country Music's Superstar Next Door

Unassuming country music star Chris Young describes himself as "a normal dude who just happens to have a really freakin' cool job." While the "cool job" part is clear-he's toured with everyone from George Strait to Miranda Lambert-Young's accomplishments place him squarely ahead of the "normal dude" pack. Show More Summary

Rachel Dratch Talks About Her New Political Comedy Show 'Tail! Spin!'

As Mark Twain wrote, "truth is stranger than fiction." In fact, truth can also be much funnier and often more surreal. Such is the case in the new comedy Tail! Spin! The Off Broadway show craftily tells the stories of the high-profile...Show More Summary

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: A "Fired" Up Flyleaf

It's documented in everything you read about Flyleaf this month, this year, last year, and probably the year before that. The hard rock act has a new singer and are currently on tour supporting a new album. So the gist is this: Longtime lead singer Lacey Mosely has been out since 2012, and Kristen May has taken over. Show More Summary

How Making Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain Changed Me

I had the privilege of making a film that changed the way I see things in life. Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain, which is being released next month, is inspired by the world's worst industrial disaster which took place on December 3rd, 1984...Show More Summary

The Fascinating Psychology Behind Free-To-Play Mobile App Games

If you've ever played a free-to-play game like Candy Crush, Plants vs Zombies 2 or Clash of Clans and defied the "free" part by parting with your cash, don't be ashamed. I've never met anyone who actually buys items on any free-to-play, but then again I've never met anyone who's lost money in Vegas, either. I'm not ashamed to admit yes... Show More Summary

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