Hanya Yanagihara has created a masterful, thought-provoking and ultimately heartbreaking novel in her tale of four men's bond of friendship.
When a young woman's life gets taken over by the books she reads, the lines between reality and fiction become severely blurred in Shout Factory's latest retro release.
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.
Parlophone Records is proud to announce "David Bowie Five Years 1969 - 1973," the first in a series of boxed sets spanning David Bowie's career, to be released September 25.
This album is Delaria's vanity project of Bowie glam rock classics reinterpreted as 70's-era jazz.
The second tour for the hugely successful indie-band Imagine Dragons was as grand as a U2 show, and as intimate as four guys playing tunes in your garage.
Pines Party, the all night fund raising party on the beach in Fire Island Pines, had never seen so many friends of Dorothy!! The Emerald City theme inspired everything from tin men to gay tornados and everything in between. Francesco Pagano spun the tunes
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.
This sequel, making its Blu-ray debut, is mostly played for outrageous laughs.
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.