Your guide to entertainment online -- Great sites for movies, television, and music
Must Click Movies
AIN’T IT COOL NEWS
News, reviews, and more, courtesy of übergeek Harry Knowles.
Horror forums, trailers, and interview exclusives bring the gore.
Test your cinematic recall with movie quizzes and contests.
A veritable trash trove for die-hard genre buffs and cult-film fanatics.
To err is human. To catalog thousands of film bloopers? Divine.
THE ’80S MOVIES REWIND
The Coreys and Little Darlings get props on this ’80s-obsessed site.
The official blog of Turner Classic Movies keeps the golden age alive.
BRIAN’S DRIVE-IN THEATER
B movies get A-list treatment at this shrine to cinematic also-rans.
NOT COMING TO A THEATER NEAR YOU
Studio schlock is strictly off-limits at this site for cinephiles.
If it flies or fights crime, you’ll find its fans here. — Adam Markovitz
Must Click Television
TELEVISION WITHOUT PITY
Features must-read episode recaps for the true TV enthusiast.
REALITY NEWS ONLINE
The place for post-elimination interviews with reality contestants.
TV’s IMDb, but better — with guides, trivia, video, and photos by the ton.
THE FUTON CRITIC
Features a section on all shows in development, sorted by network.
News and views on all your faves as well as daily viewing picks.
BRILLIANT BUT CANCELLED
This slick site mourns critically acclaimed but ratings-challenged shows like Veronica Mars.
A savvy blog chronicling TV happenings with a digital bent.
Friendly fandom oozes from this site’s recaps and message boards.
LAUREL’S TV PICKS
Enthusiast Laurel Krahn cuts the fat with her ”best bet” picks.
Past clips from TV’s big night of advertising. — Tanner Stransky
Must Click Music
A high-traffic blog packed with show reviews, gossip, and videos.
This customized radio station offers up new music based on old faves. (Plug in Britney Spears, you might get…Mandy Moore.)
The online community is also an outlet for artist pages and streams.
Visitors will find insider interviews, exclusives, and all the latest news.
The site spotlights three buzz bands and 12 live tracks a week.
Home to artists such as Mos Def and the Roots, it’s a must for news, music, and message boards.
A snark-filled site that keeps a finger on the industry pulse.
COKE MACHINE GLOW
A solid mix of reviews, plus highlights of regional music scenes.
The site offers free, legal music from online labels and indie acts.
A surprisingly comprehensive pop blog. — LaRue Cook