In this gritty, action-packed thriller directed by Oliver Stone (Platoon, JFK), actor James Woods plays a sleazy Photojournalist who is past his prime. Trying to revive his faltering career, he heads to El Salvador to document the ongoing civil war. As he works to extract his girlfriend from the war zone, keep his dirtbag pal (Jim Belushi) out of trouble and get the story, the plot reaches a boiling point.
George Carlin was the funniest white dude in the history of comedy. For forty years, his stand-up shows, with razor-sharp wit & taboo content, were making crowds piss themselves. Carlin also wrote three best-selling books. Now, all three: When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?, Napalm and Silly Putty, and Brain Droppings have been bundled into one. Call it a George Carlin bible. He would have.
For proud and passionate sports geeks, ESPN is a daily destination. If you’re really in deep, addicted to highlights, standings, recaps, scores & spreads, the crew at ESPN simply feel like family. This new book chronicles the growth of the ESPN empire, bringing you up close with the key personalities, people who love sports as much as you do.
Like beer, comedy is one of Canada’s best exports. Going back to those hosers, the McKenzie brothers, all the way to today’s Trailer Park Boys, our brethren in the Great White North like to laugh. This collection from the hit series Kids In The Hall features all five seasons of their trademark, offbeat sketch-comedy. 22 discs, 1000 minutes of good times.
This is not the first book to chronicle the lore & legacy of heavy metal heroes, Metallica. It might, however, be the most honest book yet. Veteran music writer, Mick Wall, digs deep into the personal struggles of the world’s most popular metal band. He’s done the same before, penning insightful bios on Black Sabbath, Guns-N-Roses, Led Zep and Bono. Past to present, Wall exposes the internal workings and the cost of success for America’s heaviest metal merchants.
Ten people in LA are connected by one single moment in time. Two killers, Danny Aiello and James Spader lead a superb ensemble cast through a twisted tale of intrigue, greed, sex, surgery, captivity & ammunition. It’s a crazy chronicle of two hot days in the San Fernando Valley’s sun-baked wasteland in the late 1990s.
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Since the elimination of Osama Bin Laden, the West has been caught up in a strange media-driven “deathmania.” For author/Navy Seal sniper, Howard Wasdin, the timing of his new novel’s release couldn’t be better. The book chronicles the trials and tracer-fire of an elite Navy Seal unit from BUD training right into the battle of Mogadishu, a harrowing firefight which cost the author his legs & 18 American soldiers their lives.
You probably remember the Transformers—robot do-gooders that turn into cars and trucks and stuff?! (or at least saw the movies) But you probably don’t recall that Optimus Prime and his crew were on earth to find a new energy source for their dying planet. Get this new 15-disc box set with all 4-seasons of the show and you can get the whole story, 2220 minutes to be exact.
Have you been eating like a woman? Ditch the quinoa and get this book. From the editors of Esquire comes a cookbook with chest hair that will teach you how to protect your (apparently fragile) manhood. Yup, 75 recipes for steak. Just kidding, you’ll also learn to cook some green stuff to decorate your plate.