A Dangerous Mystery Writer

TAC Mystery Fiction Correspondent Mary Reed reviews a classic novel by English suspense wr...

BBC’s Excellent “Life on Mars”

My favorite BBC programming has always been its mystery series, and the best of those are ...

Cheerful Juno, National Treasure: Book of Secrets Still Going Strong

The witty, charming comedy Juno, about an unmarried, pregnant teenager who decides to bear...

A Hard Walk Through the Omniculture

Jud Apatow provides a comic history of modern American culture.Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox St...

Two Entertaining Genre Films, with a Little More

A couple of 2007 films that didn't get much attention but were at least entertaining and a...

A Bad Sign for Christian Cinema—UPDATE

A year ago, upon the release of the Fox Faith theatrical film Facing the Giants, I reporte...

The Real William F. Buckley

Joseph Sobran, a former senior editor at National Review, observes in a recent column that...

The Unusual Appeal of “National Treasure: Book of Secrets”

Most movies, even those that seem rather mindless, actually do have some serious thematic ...

The Tortured Artist Thing

TAC correspondent Mike Long writes about the late musician Warren Zevon, a talented fiend....

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