The Top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Sept. 14:
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Neil Young looked even more grim and purposeful than usual when he took the stage Saturday at Northerly Island in Chicago. Farm Aid was wrapping up its 30th year, but Young wasn’t exactly celebrating.
Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Sept. 13, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide.
The case that television is superior to movies is on the verge of getting stronger. Less than a year after the Oscars failed to nominate a single person of color for a leading performance, the Emmys are poised to take a giant leap forward in terms of diversity.
THE SHOW: “The Bastard Executioner”
Continuing with a story started last Saturday, the following are the movies to watch for in October.
With September comes a new fall television season. And with new fall television comes a chance to be heartbroken when you fall for a series that is canceled after a few episodes or that makes it through a terrific first season, only to fail to earn a renewal.
It was 1947 when Don Hutcheson installed his first television antenna, in Whittier, Calif.. Back then, you could get exactly one channel.
The filmmaker Wes Craven battled brain cancer at the end of his 76 years, and his death Sunday brought forth a flurry of tributes to, among others, his most influential demon child.
This past June John Lennon’s remastered post-Beatles oeuvre became available on 180-gram vinyl as a nine-LP box set, John Lennon, ‘Lennon’ (Capitol). This week, the albums can be purchased as individual LPs.
They say pot makes you paranoid. In Mike Howell’s case, apparently not enough.
“Little Boy”: 2 stars. The film is guilty of trying too hard. Had it just focused on a youngster’s heartbreaking efforts to get his father home from World War II, it would have been a touching tale.
Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Aug. 16, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide.
THE ROYALS: Sex, drugs and scandal vex (fictional) modern U.K. monarchy in E!’s delish new soap hit. Elizabeth Hurley steals scenes as the scheming queen-on-wheels, with Vincent Regan the king who’s had enough, William Moseley and Alexandra Park their tabloid-bait heirs. Plus: Joan Collins! (Season 2 starts in November.)