A thrilling corruption of the Disney-princess set
The end of cinema? Hardly.
The way we die now
In the most recent print issue of the Village Voice, we visit the Long Island City headquarters of Troma Entertainment, the "almost" 40-year-old Z-movie studio responsible for such unforgettable titles as Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid!! and Tales from the Crapper. But the company's best known creation is The ... More >>
His 10 favorite of the year, plus 2
Just ignore that weird burning smell. Pic by Jonah.Joan of Arc Mercury Lounge Tuesday, February 1 Better Than: Cap'n Jazz, Owls, Owen, Friend/Enemy, Make Believe, Ghosts and Vodka, Tim Kinsella(s) . . . pretty much every JOA-affiliated band besides American Football. Joan of Arc and Jean-Lu ... More >>
Every year, we descend on Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center to separate the hype from the heavyweights at American cinema's fall classic, the New York Film Festival. This year is no different, as legendary Village Voice film critic J. Hoberman weighs in with the hits and misses of The 2010 N ... More >>
Film is a battlefield
As you emerge from the schvitzy oven that is New York's subway system today, indulge in that new heat and sunshine with the help of the Voice's special pull-out 2010 Summer Guide. Keep yourself busy above ground during the three-month sweat-stained shitshow that is a summer in New York City, ... More >>
"We rob banks."Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 8, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 17 Films by Andrew Sarris The readers of The Village Voice have responded in unprecedented numbers to the fourth annual poll of ten-best lists. For the record, the previous winners are "D ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 9, 1965, Vol. XI, No. 8 Films By Andrew Sarris I have been intrigued in recent months by the sheer number of Voice columnists who have decided to define the proper role of the critic. In each instance, the traditional father ... More >>
Look, Max Fischer is all grown up! Photos by David Wentworth. "What are you doing to me?" a model was overheard saying to the makeup artist backstage at Band of Outsiders who was covering up her creamy pale complexion with a thick layer of golden-bronze makeup. Sorry, dear, but you were ... More >>
A look back at a year when the whole world was watching
Tel Aviv's lonely move in and out of each other's lives in this poingnant indie
What happens when New Media starts getting old?
Rich New Yorkers raise a monster. Let this be a warning to you.
Fading towns but rising talent in Rebecca Curtis's debut story collection
Activist fest takes on global warming, suburban sprawl and, as if war weren't enough, AIDS in Iraq
Plus: Lee Marvin, the Garrel family, and Bowie
Superior Education, feel-good agitprop, a hell-raising Moore dot the Cannes firmament
If You're Feeling Sinister
Pages From a Cold Island
The Results Are In