Which Yule Log DVD to rent this year? Modernist? Porny?
The cable network copies a few ingenious 'Mad Men' fans for its own viral-marketing needs.
AMC suspends, then reinstates, Don Draper's and Peggy Olson's Twitter accounts.
The iconic Lego toy is aging, but a sexed-up wardrobe signals youthful vigor.
This is how likely we are to snap and murder Lane.
To promote the movie, Paramount mailed out bobbleheads featuring the likenesses of the film's actors — at least we think that's who they're are.
Don't miss the Balsa Wood Ladder Room!
New ads on the New York subway are basically ads for Kanye West, not for the liquor he's supposedly endorsing.
Vulture revisits the awesome Pixar-created corporate Website for the Buy n Large corporation.
The movie's new guerrilla-marketing campaign almost makes us want to see it!
The future of competitive racing isn't in driving electric Kool-Aid acid cars around a track. It's typing.
"Verb, variant of ill. Doing things that can get you in trouble, i.e. vandalism, doing drugs, etc."
A director writes her own plot summary on Apple.com's trailers page, with unintentionally hilarious results.
With Battlestar Galactica returning in just a week, we're getting plenty excited for some good TV for a change.
Gene Simmons claims he has slept with 4,800 women. We vote no.
Or Senator Larry Craig . . . wherever.
Down the rabbit hole!
An elegant poster gets us interested in a movie, for a change.
"Kashmir"? "Communication Breakdown"? The Song That Really Should Not Be Named?
83-year old high-school student Archie Andrews is rapping to the kids about music piracy.
Spider-Man meets Planned Parenthood in this seventies classic.
Surely the finest movie ever made featuring a wisecracking robot and Fisher Stevens in South Asian makeup, Short Circuit holds a special place in our adolescent moviegoing memory.
A publishing success story from a Surrealist alternate universe.
In New York's continuing efforts to let you know about every arm of the ever-metastasizing Simpsons-movie marketing campaign, we gave a test run this morning to Simpsonize Me, the new fast-food-chain-sponsored Website that allows you to transform an uploaded photograph into a Simpsonized version of yourself.
The Penny Pingleton doll revealed in all her glory.