TV's Girls boy makes good in new movie
The only ones getting tricked are local TV anchors A man calling himself Kenny "K-Strass" Strasser has fooled five Midwestern television stations into putting him on the air as a supposed Yo-Yo expert. When it comes time for K-Strass to demonstrate his yo-yo trick, he always find ... More >>
John Mayer had an opportunity to be more than John Mayer the Spectacle, and he fucked it up.
His Kaufman-esque turn for the sullen and bizarre scores him easy entry into Gimme Noise's hall of shame.
Like spurs on boots, or bacon in beans, Andy Friedman and Minneapolis just belong together. It all started a few years ago when Friedman quit his job at the New Yorker (he was an illustrator), packed his bags, and drove straight here to meet Spider John Koerner, the legendary West Banker and somethi ... More >>
'Gatsby' has always been great. Now it's long—really long.
How IBM rooked a champion--and crushed humankind
You swore you'd never watch a hemophiliac raise the spirit of a dead cat again. And then the Fringe Festival returned.
'Masked & Anonymous' director Larry Charles lets it fly
He obfuscates the present. He fabricates the past. His record label has released 180 albums in the past three years. Agitating for a new aural order with Matthew St-Germain.
Martin Short's bloated talk-show parody, Primetime Glick, lacks an appetite for destruction
Paul Collins's Banvard's Folly gives posthumous props to a dozen and one forgotten oddballs
Croquet fields and castles, Dune buggies and shark tanks: MTV's Cribs visits the estates of the new rich and famous
Neil LaBute's theater of cruelty
While the XFL aims for the slick fringes of entertainment, its antics fall in the muddy middle of the field
Humanité mounts a complicated investigation of a simple man
As Andy Kaufman, Jim Carrey prepares to take a bow in Man on the Moon