The television personality and southern food mogul waited three years before telling anyone she had developed type 2 diabetes. Why?
The "uncanny valley" theory may explain why people are unsettled by digital representations of themselves
The film looks cool except for the cheeseball Catwoman line, egregious NFL product placement, and flying doohickey
Gadgets and stunts, not people, star in 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol'
Did we all forget that the nu-metal movement saw plenty of electronic/rock crossover?
The Mickey Rourke film is the latest to use the ancient Athenian pantheon as mere window dressing for a conventional tale
From 'The Atlantic' archives, an old debate on the authorship question
As their new collaboration with Lou Reed shows, it's time for the metal legends to lighten up
The horror flick comments on the existence of so-called "torture porn" while also embodying the genre's most awful qualities
There's an emotional wallop to this slick, Hollywood story about boxing bots
The long-running children's program tackles another serious issue
A look at outstanding offensive feats from Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Drew Brees, and more
Why artistic integrity will get you nowhere
Dissecting Christopher Nolan's incoherent storytelling method
The funk-metal luminaries' very first show at Cal State Northridge
A remake done right, the film taps into real-life social dynamics while remaining scary and fun
The remake keeps the damsel-in-distress trope that the rest of the fantasy genre has outgrown
How the uniforms of Superman, Catwoman and others have survived the jump from page to cinema
The rare invasion flick that has something to say about who's being invaded