The invisible power of melody and nauseating ugliness can turn into timeless beauty, as exemplified by these songs inspired by one of the most infamous serial killers ever.
I ain’t no prototypical Boomer.
But the British have a plan: “Operation London Bridge.”
The late artist’s long life and career are subjects of Lenny Schwarz’s recent play Ditko which ran earlier this year at The State Theater in the artist’s birthplace Johnstown, PA.
Live music tapers with nothing to do, and the thunder of Elliott Smith’s solo acoustic guitar playing in the year 2000.
Ted Lasso was handled well, in what could’ve easily been a cheesy sports/fish out of water comedy.
Sometimes it's the puerile jokes that give you the best laughs.
Picto-fiction has produced some of sequential art’s most challenging and experimental works.
With this bizarre and wonderful spinoff, Star Wars’ imaginary milieu no longer belongs exclusively to Lucasfilm.
Whether or not Arak Son of Thunder succeeds as a multicultural epic, it's hard to find a more universal concept than infinity.
But freedom isn’t just for the top dogs.
Arak's quest was one rooted in the universal power of belonging and companionship.
Society is nuts, but that doesn’t put you in charge.
There’s no quick summary for this grand mass of inventive splendor.
"Let's Do the Fink" is a grotesque dance craze parody.
Memo to 2020: you were real, you were fun, but you were never real fun.
Our cultural watchdogs are telling us that they're "problematic."
We're supposed to believe that Japanese life is a daily freak show.
Unconventional toys of the 80s proved that even innocuous trinkets could symbolize a revolt against mainstream standards.
Entertainment Weekly's build your own Avenger game is depressingly accurate.
A step-by-step guide to going viral by writing the hottest takes under the sun.
The greatest comedian on Earth died yesterday. Here are some of his best Clinton jokes from Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
A brief interview with the 80-year-old movie icon when he was coming out of retirement with Ragtime.
A 34-minute interview with Chase and Alan Sepinwall recently conducted for Rolling Stone.
From the November 8, 1978 episode of The Dick Cavett Show.
For Trevor Moore.
52 minutes of Howard in prime nasty.
From the September 26, 1975 episode of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
The animal, not the activist.
A talk given at All of This is Temporary on February 23, 2016.