Playing evil is more fun than playing good anyway, right?
The Bye Bye 17 musician brilliantly reinvents himself on his latest record
From horror and documentaries to indies and comedies, this year will be big in film
A look ahead at the season's hottest films
Movie doesn't amount to much but steals a lot of laughs
Critics' picks for the year
Who needs friends anyway?
You've got 10 bucks and two hours, and you don't want to waste any of it. Our weekend movie guide can help.
There's such a deficit of collective songwriting talent and ability out there that we've absolutely gotta re-make "We Are The World" as a Haiti benefit event single?
Many sites are offering free, exclusive music in exchange for Haiti donations.
Sean Tillman never stops living the American Dream
Squagels, bong smoke, and the deep South--David Cross turns the State Theatre into a college dorm room tonight.
There's always lots to love about Grumpy's, but this week there's even more.
For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
Wes Anderson's Road-Trip Tale of Brotherly Love Stings with the Depth (Yes, Depth) of His Whimsy
A theatrical collage about consumerism, transcendence, and sex
A film critic sends a fan letter to the Farrelly brothers
How I stopped worrying and learned to dislike U2's 'Bomb'
We crowd-surfed with R.T. We bar hopped on light rail. And between some of our precious last sucks on a cigarette at the club, we scribbled it all down on a cocktail napkin.
'The Yes Men' erects a golden phallus for free trade
'Outfoxed' and 'Uncovered' point a familiar finger at evildoers
Stiller and Vaughn let it fly in 'Dodgeball'
Unequal-opportunity ridicule rules 'Starsky & Hutch'
David Cross and Bob Odenkirk perpetrate a comic genocide on good taste
Offspring of Spacek and Hanks Bring 'Orange County' to Harvest