Most interviews are pretty by the numbers. Nothing special.But sometimes interviews live on in infamy because they're so damn crazy, weird, or otherwise awkward that they provide entertainment long after everyone has forgotten why the celebrity was being interviewed in the first place. Those special ... More >>
A collaboration between 33-year old former Battles leader Tyondai Braxton and 75-year old minimalist forefather Philip Glass takes place today at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival. It hardly falls under the header of WTF. In fact, it likely would have only taken a few dozen monkeys with a few doze ... More >>
Getting Freaky Deaky with the sober funnyman
In a Q&A in my riveting new column, Andy Dick is as open as the giant bottle of booze that he's not reaching for. Andy told me he's been sober for a while and misses the stuff like crazy, but he's realized you can get laid without it.
Indie filmmakers Kasia Kowalczyk and Tal Harris make shit awesome
Tom Green is as genius as ever
Have a drink with your indie cinema
Crispin Glover trips us out
This extended Joaquin Phoenix stunt -- in which he acted like part Andy Kaufman and part Crispin Glover, but plus rapping -- will soon enough be a part of the public record. I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix, the resulting film by Casey Affleck, is being shopped to buyers who " ... More >>
Where we're going, we don't need iPads
Not nearly curiouser and curiouser enough
WALL-E would never get out alive.
Share with us here the somnolent agony of Joaquin Phoenix on the David Letterman show last night. In this compilation clip the star of Walk the Line, hiding behind a giant beard and shades, mumbles answers, reacts badly to laughter ("What d'you gas 'em up with? Is this nitrous?"), and thumb-wrestl ... More >>
From Garrel to Packard, it's a great year for Film Comment Selects
Catch Guy's latest as a celeb-studded, live music spectacle, or don't catch it at all
In defense, praise, and unrelenting awe of the increasingly vital Weird Al
The sick, sublime joy of celeb-bashing blogs
Mo Pitkin's, Moby, and Rene Risqué satisfy the hunger
From A to B and back again: this is your correspondent, running out of mix tapes
DJ Chef and Crispin Glover keep it weird; Fez says 'bye-bye'
Truck stop 'hos, Miami fuzz, and nude, wriggling bodies converge at downtown festival
The Right Way to Infest
'Hoop Dreams' Director Steve James Rebounds With 'Stevie'
Soldiers of Misfortune