Hundreds of detox systems on the market promise to clean and recharge your body, but do they work? One brave writer attempted to find out.
Features Nicole Hill
At 2:42 on a Thursday afternoon, I came to the startling realization
that my will to live, at least to some not-so-small extent, is directly
related to my consumption of alcohol and high-caloric foods.
Space-age technologies are changing the way the human body exercises, but a new movement is trying to set the clock back — way, way back.
Features Charles Martin
It's a boom time for the fitness industry, with health-conscious
urbanites trying to get fit despite an ever-fattening nation. A growing
movement even takes cues from our ancestors, who didn’t have the benefit
of running shoes, workout machines or energy bars.
Documentary Rod Lott
Although now I can’t remember the publication, I recall reading an
article about con artist Frédéric Bourdin and thinking, “This would make
a really good documentary.” A few years later, The Imposter is that documentary.
Horror Rod Lott
If they can’t afford megawattage spectacle, filmmakers still can stand
out by putting comparatively fresh twists on well-established concepts.
Three new indie horror efforts do just that.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
It's too easy to compare Errors of the Human Body
to the "body horror" entries on David Cronenberg's CV — too easy
because it's all too apt. As much as it brings that master director to
mind, the new film is original enough to stand on its own terms.