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With the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Peter Jackson has given the world 162 minutes of imaginative visions never before realized on a movie screen, save for those in Jackson's previous 12 hours of Middle Earth adventures. It's not bad; it's just stubbornly pokey and almost never gran ... More >>
This screengrab was snapped by our own Alan Scherstuhl from the FoxNation blog at 2 a.m. -- several hours after Governor Mitt Romney conceded defeat in last night's presidential election.It came roughly four hours after precisely none of these predictions came true.Wishful thinking?To quote Alan, "D ... More >>
Free but still not quite exonerated, Damien Echols spent half his life in prison -- much on death row -- as punishment for a crime that he has never been linked to with, say, evidence. Many of those years he suffered in solitary confinement, even as the documentaries Paradise Lost and its sequels r ... More >>
First Cousin Once Removed
Directed by Alan Berliner
Screens Tuesday, October 9, Thursday, October 11, and Friday, October 12
As upsetting a documentary as you're ever likely to see, Alan Berliner's portrait of the life of poet Edwin Honig after the onset of Alzheimer's is the rare film that truly w ... More >>
Today's NYFF update: Alan Scherstuhl on Kinshasa Kids, a vital, urgent film on the main slate.
Directed by Marc-Henri Wajnbergos
Screens Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12
"The white man's filming!" a cop complains early in Kinshasa Kids, sharking toward the camera as the vi ... More >>
Good news, Voice faithful: we've got a new film editor!Please join us in welcoming Alan Scherstuhl to the Voice.Alan is a longtime critic and editor with "too many degrees and cities" under his belt. He's covered theater, film, books, and news around the country, including some incredible rants in L ... More >>
Barring a massive surge of readership between now and Thursday night (and with Michael Musto half-naked on this week's cover, anything is possible), we can safely say that the following stories generated the most interest from our readers this year. (And watch out for #3 -- it's definitely Not Safe ... More >>
Kennedy Airport. Twitpic via sawyerlex.
War on Christmas season swung into full effect. In a holiday spirit, the Staten Island D.A. tried shame on shoplifters. A GOP Congressman moved to read a pro-Christmas resolution into the House record. Andrea Peyser denounced the godless Bloomingdales ... More >>
The Albany Coup, Week 2: It started with a shock twist as Hiram Monserrate rejoined the Democrats, putting the state senate in a 31-31 deadlock. The Dems optimistically declared new leader John Sampson the president pro tem. (Just to be on the safe side they sued, but were rejected.) The Republica ... More >>
Yeah, we finally made it to Citi Field Wednesday. What do we think? We think Johan Santana is awesome.
Swine Flu fucked up Cinco de Mayo, continued to be funny until we got it. Wait, actually it's still pretty funny, especially since we really didn't get swine flu. But even if!
Anyway Raccoon ... More >>
People sure like those Bill O'Reilly audio porn clips our own Alan Scherstuhl dug up and posted last week. Now we learn from the Huffington Post that our OReilly love bites have made late-night TV: Jimmy Kimmel recently did a segment in which ordinary citizens were subjected to the hot parts of O ... More >>