The names of prohibited substances are usually hashed out by users and dealers, not defined by the media… until the curious case of ‘meow meow’.
Perusing 2010’s new release schedule, we saw too many films where the title completely gives away the content. Then we saw one to which the content could never live up.
When is an answer not an answer? When it is “It is what it is”. Confused yet? That’s exactly how George Bush, Britney Spears, Al Gore, Brad Pitt and countless football coaches want you to feel.
Gay rights groups spring into action to get violently homophobic dancehall reggae star Beenie Man booted off the Big Day Out 2010.
A new TVC for nappies demonstrates that parenthood is all fun and games until you discover what you thought was a bundle of joy is actually a malicious sewerage grenade. But you knew that already, right?
Prepare for nergasm: a charity soccer match featuring Rivers Cuomo (readying Weezer’s new album Raditude) and Michael Cera (promising a new virgin quest movie Youth In Revolt).
It’s time to spark up a doobie and freak out the squares, because Easy Rider is back in prequel form. The question now is, “Who blew it”?
It took one fan’s medical malady to gross out the most notorious and explicitly gory death metal band of all time: Cannibal Corpse.
Viewing the very excellent Humpday, we inadvertently stumbled upon the genre of ‘mumblecore’. But is it any different to low-budget indie filmmaking of generations past?
Being the world’s greatest pick-up artist won’t help when the shit hits the fan. Neil Strauss tells us about the apocalypse paranoia and hardcore survival skills that inspired his latest book ‘Emergency’.
Japanese pro-wrestling legend Mitsuharu Misawa - Green Destiny, Tiger Mask II, (Mr) Untouchable, the pioneer of the Emerald Flowsion - took one too many belly-to-back suplexes this week.
Reports emerge that Darren Aronofsky’s new film The Black Swan will be based on a philosophical treatise on economics. Not true. Yet not unfeasible on current trends.
Boobs and beer, a perfect combination. Low-carb too! But many aren’t so titillated by the topless label and lewd campaign for new beer Skinny Blonde.
If you think sitting through ‘Footloose’ at a wedding is tiresome, imagine doing it twice every weekend… sober! Yet Isaac Marsh says being a mobile DJ is “probably the most fun job you can have as a student.”
It’s hard to look like a hard man in plasticky pleather, but that’s the look tough metalcore straight edgers Earth Crisis tried out in 2000. We finally get to ask them why.
What do Frederik Nietzsche and Davey Havok of AFI have in common? How about Weezer and Wordsworth? My Chems and Keats? Craig Schuftan explains the links between emo and Romanticism in this interview.
Dumb ads for smart sugar: Hey everyone, look at our amazing advancements in sugar technology! Now make sure that when you serve it, you don’t tell anyone about our amazing advancements in sugar technology!
The Cure’s ‘Close To Me’ has been sampled beyond recognition since its release in 1985, even by the band themselves. So why is Lady Sovereign getting so much shit for ‘So Human’?
HarperCollins label Nikki Gemmell’s new novel The Book Of Rapture as “fiction”, and The Bride Stripped Bare as “literature”. Discover the fascinating intricacies of book categorisation.
If there was a problem, yo, Vanilla Ice promised to solve it. He finally has with Virgin Mobile’s Right Music Wrongs campaign. The Enthusiast continues his therapy by delving into his unresolved Madonna issues.