Martin Scorsese visited early New York, Paul Thomas Anderson put Adam Sandler in a Jerry Lewis suit, and Eminem returned to his Detroit roots.
Over the course of the past eight years, the Dallas-born singer-songwriter has steadily evolved into a legitimate focal point on the pop music scene.
Damian was in good spirits, highly energized and considerately thoughtful during our abbreviated discussion.
If the Flaming Lips are obnoxious, their fans are even more so.
Slant thinks it’s time the rest of the world got to know this 19-year old talent as he sits on the verge of conquering America.
The New York Film Festival turns 40 this year with more style and grace than its Toronto and Cannes counterparts.
Tourneur’s use of sound is perhaps as well regarded as his shadowplay. The women of Leopard Man may seem anonymous, but Tourneur uses sound to both scare and complicate them.
Cypress Hill’s Stash is a bit more impressive, with six incarnations of songs spanning eight years.
We polled journalists, DJs, and record-label folk to find out what they thought were the most important electronic albums of the 20th century.
Having escorted her fair share of men through the Gay Underground Railroad, she’s a trailblazer who always comes out on top.
Cheng discusses his up-and-coming film career and his trip to Cannes with the cast and crew of Hollywood Ending.
We remember Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes and Layne Staley.
Brill, formerly of the much-sought-after and now disbanded Envelope, is one step away from his “big night.”
Rich people have money. Aside from that, they’re basically just like you and me, and nothing quite compares to watching them perform painfully ordinary tasks.
Number crunching is in this year at the Academy Awards and it’s not just those pesky accountants.
Dario Argento’s films are like stained glass windows ready to shatter and slice the unsuspecting spectator.
Haaksman, currently busy puffin’ away and working on several new projects, took a few moments to speak with Slant about the influence of dub, both personal and universal.
Yes, artists should be paid for their work, but the industry’s ongoing legal squabbles are anything but selfless.
You know the deal: The spoils go to the studio that makes the biggest dent in the Academy member’s consciousness.
Here are our predictions for who will win, who should win and who doesn’t stand a chance.