Your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from thrift stores, estate sales, and flea markets the lowest dregs of Amazon. Thanks to the dawn of e-readers and the death of the gatekeepers of traditional publishing, disenfranchised voices at last have the chanc ... More >>
Mark Wahlberg was scheduled to be on one of the planes that hit the World Center on 9/11, but he changed his flight at the last minute -- his smartest move since putting pants back on. But if he had been on the flight, he wouldn't have worried anyway.
How he quietly became the biggest male star in pop
In a special Monday edition of our daily media column Press Clips, we're going to focus on the only news that anyone cares about today: the death of Osama Bin Laden. The 10-plus-year tale obviously includes endless details, angles and lessons in international diplomacy, military operations, c ... More >>
Shameless indulgence in the franchise's clichés, of course
The above video describes an alarming trend started by a Glamour fashion editor. 26 years ago, Kim Bonnell gave her assistant a chicken recipe. Shortly after she made the dish for her boyfriend, he asked her to marry him. The recipe made its rounds, and Yahoo reports that it is now "linked to 72 ma ... More >>
This redux is a rare device: a TV remake for the big screen that works on its own terms
Liberal guilt + Hollywood ego = Chaos for an Iraqi refugee
Writer's cramp? No, a nonstop stream of diary during the Oscars telecast.
Richard Kelly leaves nothing behind in his pop-packed apocalyptic pageant, Southland Tales
In the shadow of Da Vinci, Cannes '06's first great film: A visionary American comedy about the end of times
'The Believer' Makes the Long Pilgrimage to the Silver Screen