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Urban decay. Bathroom graffiti. Steam hissing violently from manholes. Designer fetish gear; black-lit dungeons and black vinyl pants; Saturday Night Live outré mascot Stefon. The music of Berlin duo Velvet Condoma fastidiously gesticulating grind of snapping synthesizer presets, gloomy guit ... More >>
Michael Becker/FOXLast night's episode of American Idol started as this gramatically ridiculous question flashed on the screen: "Do you remember when they were just a face in the crowd?" No, I don't. I don't remember when they were all just one face. That would've been some weird David Cronen ... More >>
A mesmerizing chat with the star of gangster epic Mesrine
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 >>
Buckle up for some curious photo road trips
Elvis sightings, ethnic humor, and tomcat cruising, plus a peek at Jodie Foster's panic room
Films by, for, and about twentysomethings are having a moment. IM someone about it.
Idiosyncratic sci-fi films Sans Soleil and La Jetée hit DVD. Plus, good directors gone bad and bad directors gone worse.
Bruno Dumont returns with Flanders, another Cannes award-winning clunker
Fantastical meets political in this stunning for-adults-only fairy tale
Throwaway gags and mad obsessions in Michel Gondry's wondrous concoction
Vengeance is mined one last time as Park concludes his viscerally traumatic trilogy
Playing Head Games with the Director, Writer, and Star of Being John Malkovich
We narrowed your choices down to the very best of the season so you're not overwhelmed
Bodies, rest, and no emotion: Catherine Breillat on female physiology and gynephobia
Nuclear Brinkmanship, Suicide Attacks, and Driver's-Ed Scares
Playing Head Games with the Director, Writer, and Star of 'Being John Malkovich'
David Fincher stages a theater of war in Fight Club