Quick -- name the new M. Night Shyamalan summer blockbuster.
It is human nature to be both disgusted and, somehow, deeply intrigued by rats. Maybe it's just August, but this love-hate relationship is again at the forefront of NYC consciousness, as our ratty frenemies seem to be overrunning Tompkins Square Park even more than usual of late. Not content with B- ... More >>
Click here for the cornucopia of glittery dish spewed in this week's cantankerous column. Enter its glorious portals and you shall find morsels like: Lovebug Zooey Deschanel defending The Happening and Jim Carrey. The winner of RuPaul's Drag Race telling me where her cash prize will go--no, not to ... More >>
Not all bold-face names are celebutards who need an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes. Some of them are actually quite brainy, as I--who push tape recorders in their faces on a regular basis--should know. The smartest famous people I've ever interviewed are:
Ever look at a plant or a bunch of grass and just walk right by without screaming or calling the police? You're nuts! In M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening, foliage is making people stand still, throw themselves off roofs, and, most damagingly of all, spew lousy dialogue. Here are some of the choi ... More >>
Auteur (as opposed to amateur) writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is known for those twist endings that leave you beating on yourself for not having gotten it halfway through (and occasionally for having spent $11). He's certainly a master of the final kick in the pants before he send you home screa ... More >>