Say you wanted to kill someone you admire -- not that we're advocatin'.
On paper, unsettling auteur Todd Solondz's latest flick, Life During Wartime, is a bizarre proposition. It's a sequel, of sorts, to his 1999 calling card, Happiness, with characters from his breakout film, Welcome to the Dollhouse, thrown in. Except every role is recast or, in s ... More >>
As wild admirers of Johnny Cash, Karl Marx, and Pee Wee Herman, the ex-Miami and now Oakland-based outfit Kreamy 'Lectric Santa makes a skuzzy, avant-garde sound that could be called "kinder commune rockabilly." But that might be short-selling a crew that's got as many facets as an LSD-25 trip in ... More >>
Its the Miami Improv Festival!
"Any officer who deserts [his] soldiers is a coward"
33 alternative holiday jams
Newest improv festival, long and uncut
An exhibit of contemporary sculpture will change your view of Haitian art
Novelist skewers literary double standards
Improv's so funny, honey
Oliver Beene goes against fake millionaires and phony idols
There's something about this Mary, er Baby, that makes crude humor very funny
In Ted Demme's Blow, Johnny Depp summons an American snowstorm
From the issue of October 26, 2000
If everybody was a critic...
Kid-show creator Paul Reubens allegedly gets caught with his pants down. Only in America could this ruin a brilliant career.