• Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring

    Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring

    A Buddhist Monk trains his pupil in a mysterious setting in this Korean tale of life. Carl F Gauze meditates on a cinematic landscape.

  • A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam

    A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam

    Carl. F. Gauze peruses this crash-course introduction to the tenets of Islam, but he’s still left with unanswered questions.

  • Henry Rollins: Live at Luna Park

    In the Spring of 1999, Henry Rollins was challenged to appear each Wednesday for eight weeks, and give a different spoken word performance each time. Joe Frietze gives us the rundown on this DVD chronicle.

  • Teen Goddess

    Spells, disaffected teenage girls, punk rock, Queens and Goddesses. No, it isn’t a new TV series, it’s Teen Goddess: How to Look, Love & Live Like A Goddess. Carl F Gauze pulls back the veil.

  • Victims

    A woman and her son find solace in an apocalyptic cult… not necessarily light summer reading, but Carl F Gauze seems to have enjoyed it.

  • Bandits and Bibles

    Carl F Gauze delves into the past with this interesting collection of writing by prisoners from the 19th century.

  • Llewellyn’s 2003 Wicca Almanac

    Bettie Lou Vegas gives us the month-by-month on this year-round reference for those anticipating the coming Spring Equinox.

  • Frailty

    Bill Paxton makes his directoral debut with Frailty, newly released on DVD. Is it a winning effort, or is it "game over" right out of the gate? Chad Perman lets you know.

  • Mark Of Voodoo

    Dr. Sharon Caulder left the Western world and a thriving practice to explore her religious and cultural roots in Africa. Bettie Lou Vegas takes a look at her fascinating journey as detailed in Mark Of Voodoo.

  • The Eye of Cybele

    Sex, political intrigue, and… ancient Greece? Carl F. Gauze explains why Daniel Chavarria’s The Eye of Cybele is perfect summer reading.

  • I Just Believe…

    Lee Ann Leach has her own slant on being a good Christian, and she’s not afraid to admit that it doesn’t always agree with the scriptures.

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