There's a long history of musicians who suffered from and overcame (or sometimes didn't overcome) crippling shyness, anxiety and stage fright to fulfill their dreams of standing in the spotlight. That spotlight, it's a cruel, uncaring light. So bright. So uncomfortably warm. Everyone's staring at yo ... More >>
His Royal Highness Prince Harry spent the day on Sunday enjoying the Colorado scenery -- and hopefully some of our best weed -- while the Prince of Purple played two of his four shows at the Ogden with his new band 3rd Eye Girl (he plays two more tonight). And while the two princes probably won't me ... More >>
"Hunter [Thompson] was always asking me and other people to read his work aloud," remembers Matt Moseley, friend and fellow freedom fighter with Thompson in the controversial Lisl Auman case. "He wrote his work to be read aloud. When he was working on a new piece he'd say, 'Read a couple of paragrap ... More >>
Half the fun of John Waters fan-dom is initiating newbies into the dark, sexually inappropriate cult of worship. The other half is watching Waters virgins become violently ill and/or mentally unhinged. But we don't want you poor, deprived noobs going into a John Waters-fest with a completely empty ... More >>
All of these rain-soaked evenings have been keeping us locked indoors lately, and while we've got stockpiles of media to keep us entertained, that doesn't mean we don't want more. Of course, being that it's summertime, the media conglomerates have all teamed up to narrow the spectrum of new r ... More >>
Osama bin Laden.Update: The U.S. has decided not to release an Osama bin Laden death photo. For now, that means the image won't join the following list of the most iconic post-mortem shots of notorious dictators, revolutionaries and criminals. The roundup includes Mussolini, Rasputin and a fa ... More >>
Hey, Bill Murray -- you're looking sexy. It's Groundhog Day today, a holiday nobody would give a single shit about if it weren't for the 1993 Bill Murray film by the same name, because that movie is awesome. In some ways, it was Murray's career-defining role -- not because the movie was an ou ... More >>
PeopleOfWalmart.comIf HBO decides to make a sequel to "The Sopranos," this guy's ready.Okay, maybe PeopleOfWalmart.com, which collects frequently unflattering photos of Walmart shoppers, can seem a little elitist at times. But the site's redeemed by the fact that it's pretty damn funny -- and ... More >>
The mural in question. Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland could hardly be more mainstream. Children of all ages have read it for decade upon decade, Disney made an animated version during the Truman administration, and there'll likely be another burst of interest in the material when directo ... More >>
Call hell-raiser Hunter S. Thompson's style what you will, a new doc succeeds when saluting his substance.
The Karr fiasco is over, but Michael Tracey's quest for unlikely suspects in the Ramsey case goes on and on.
Offbeat director John Waters comes into Focus on the Family’s back yard.
Richard Gere and J. Lo Dance, and there's nothing dirty about it.
In The Butterfly Effect, Ashton Kutcher comes unstuck in time.
On his maiden voyage, veteran director Peter Weir masters the sea epic.
An Irish reporter's story is immortalized as Hollywood truth.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Terry Gilliam sets out to film Don Quixote but becomes him instead.
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Chuck E.'s in Love
That's no longer the question for visionary Stephen J. Cannell, who lives the novel life
A tender romance underscores Tom Tykwer's cunning thriller, The Princess and the Warrior.
The Southtown Kingz get the royal treatment as they trump gender roles -- and drive the audience wild.
Ted Demme and Denis Leary are a match made in effin' heaven.
Before Night Falls recounts the grim, brave life of Reinaldo Arenas.
With Snatch, Guy Ritchie once again proves himself the Tarantino of the Thames.
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
Inspired by Patty Hearst, Cecil B. Demented rails against the dying of the cinema.