19-year NBA veteran, 10-year all-star and the league record holder for assists, John Stockton, was one of the best to ever play pro hoops. His new autobiography offers readers a look at life on and off the court for the legendary Jazz point guard.
A hundred years ago college football was about the game. Today, it’s like everything else: a corrupt mess controlled by suited dicks trying to extract maximum payoff from a billion-dollar business. And this, unlike the mechanics of the game itself, could actually make for some interesting reading.
If you prefer a physical copy of music rather than the cloud-based playlist you’re probably a “collector,” in which case, Vol. 1 of the Complete Album Collection from Bob Dylan should make its way into your stacks. The massive box set of 41 albums also comes with a collector’s USB containing 35 studio titles & 6 live records.
George Lucas plowed through over 150,000 frames of film from the first 3 Star Wars films to select & assemble a collection of stunning still images from the making of the movies. The result is Star Wars: Frames, a hardcover collection of 1416 images; the first volume in a 2-part collection.
Nicholson has been one Hollywood’s biggest stars for decades and much of his illustrious career has been about boring crap like blockbuster movies. The other stuff: like benders with Dennis Hopper, wild nights on the town with Warren Beatty, and the nonstop pursuit of Hollywood’s hottest women will make this biography worth reading.
The Howard Stern Show just hasn’t been the same since Artie Lange left. Instead of moving on to bigger & better things as one of America’s most beloved comics, the big, fat funny man fell victim to heroin & coke addiction, and disappeared. Amazingly, Artie recovered and put the whole crazy story down on paper in his new book Crash & Burn.
So bad it’s good. That’s the appeal of most B-horror flicks, and surely the reason why the Child’s Play franchise produced 6 films. This new Blu-ray collection is all the Chucky you could ever want in one 6-disc set. Do you wanna play?
When it comes to B-grade splatter flicks, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is the prototype. This book by renowned author and the actor who played the original Leatherface, Gunnar Hansen, takes readers through the film’s creation, 1974 release and subsequent evolution into a cult classic.
Instead of misquoting all those quotable lines from your favorite movie and its two sub-par sequels, instead buy this Blu-ray set of the whole Hangover trilogy. After making your own marathon a few times, you’ll be able to speak exclusively in Alan Garnerisms. Drops December 3rd.
Now that the flood of James Bond 50th Anniversary ephemera has begun to recede, something new emerges from the Bond vault – a new biography on Ian Fleming, the British aristocrat, intelligence officer, and James Bond creator. Andrew Lycett tells all the details of his dramatic, marvelous and mysterious, yet short life.