Horrific leg amputations are all the rage.
Glimmer, Almanac, My Name Is Adam, The Twilight Zone.
Turned into shows about young people having sex instead.
She appears to be a favorite of television's top musical supervisors.
How does a boy with a knack for taking things apart become a young man feared and admired as one of the world's most dangerous hackers?
Last night, Dolly Parton visited the nine remaining American Idol finalists, none of whom had any idea who she was.
If the Jonas Brothers are, as we suspect, about to take over the entire world, it would behoove you to meet your tyrannous overlords before you're forced to kneel at their bejeweled feet.
Plus: New MP3s by 50 Cent, Ben Gibbard, and that guy you've been watching on YouTube all day.
Plus: Howard Shore signs on for The Hobbit and Dolly Parton signs on to judge a bunch of crappy singers!
This phenomenal new set is essential to any family DVD collection.
During his keynote address at the United Arab Emirates' Global Art Forum this weekend, Glenn Lowry threw caution — and local Muslim custom — to the wind.
Plus: Monks get a Gregorian chant record deal, Clint Eastwood's movie might be Oscar bait after all, and The New Yorker raves one play but really recommends another.
Plus a new track from Silver Jews, Snoop's country move, and a Peaches remix of the B-52s.
The beat-boxing onetime runner-up calls the American Idol heir apparent "boring."
Aziz Ansari’s crew look kinda like they jumped out of the ugly tree and hit every branch just for laughs.
Kazu Kibuishi's beloved anthology of hot new comics artists, Flight, has always carried a whiff of kiddie adventure story.
Vulture looks back on the week that was, addition-subtraction style.
Plus new tracks from Three 6 Mafia, Kevin Barnes, and a Portishead remix!
Damon Lindelof, you're killing us with these sad episodes! And apparently, you're also intent on killing Michael.
The British rock legend on her new movie, her own worst job experiences, and that most dreaded of sex-worker afflictions, “Penis Elbow.”
We're grateful that the NYC-based private-detective series is getting a three-DVD issuing, giving kids a chance to soak up creator Steve Purcell's wordy impudence, along with his crazy imagination.
Plus: Aziz Ansari!