It's awards season and the hyped movies are starting to land in theaters. On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, we talk about Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman, starring Michael Keaton, and Alex Ross Perry's Listen Up Philip, and carve out some time to recommend Nothing Bad Can Happen and G ... More >>
G-Eazy is an up and coming rapper born in Oakland but based in New Orleans. The MC, who stands out thanks to his Dapper Dan appearance, gravely voice and self-made production, broke out somewhat thanks to his Endless Summer mixtape, which featured a remix of Dion's "Runaround Sue." His independently ... More >>
This is not the best time of year for new movies. So we have Wrath of the Titans, Mirror Mirror and American Reunion. Judging by the box office receipts, you went and saw Hunger Games like everyone else, and were probably were angry that Jennifer Lawrence is too fat and the little black girl from th ... More >>
It's SHOWTIME!This edition of Twitter Tuesday is going to be a little different than the previous format -- mostly because the Beetle Juice twitter isn't really "real," so to speak. It's a Twitter Bot, and we came across it recently when looking to see if Beetle Juice might, in fact, have a t ... More >>
Kate LevyYesterday's home runs don't win today's games.It seems like just a couple of days ago we were making out the rent check for April, and next thing we know, it's already time to pay rent again and we hardly remember anything we did in the last thirty days, mostly because we were drunk ... More >>
Kick-Ass starts tomorrow and, based on the early buzz and the trailers, it's going to, well, kick ass. In case you've somehow managed to ignore it, it's a film about superheroes that don't have powers -- just a desire to do some good and too little common sense not to dress up in outlandish costum ... More >>
Herbie the Love Bug's back, and he bites.
Michael Keaton hears dead people living in White Noise.
A kinder, gentler Eddie Murphy plays Daddy once more.
Grant Morrison's the best writer in comics--and maybe the nuttiest
DC Comics places its superheroes in the RealWorlds.
Leave it to Hollywood to make rehab look like fun.