Jeffrey Wells plays old-timey chauvinist again!
10,000 posts, every one of them hilarious.
Vampire Weekend's just-released debut album is enjoyable enough. Actually, it's all we've been listening to since it leaked last week. Still, if ever there were a band guaranteed a backlash, it's these guys.
Though we spent our teenage years memorizing every one of Michael Stipe's mumbles and howls, we've never quite understood the fetishization of Automatic among music fans.
We trace this trope from the most disreputable of bloggy sources all the way to the august pages of the New York Times.
We here at Vulture are pleased to welcome New York's film critic, David Edelstein, back to the blogging world with the launch of the Projectionist today.
Wait, bloggers can do that?
Whose sense of tragic coincidence is most on target?
Though Errol Morris is an amazing director, he's not much of a blogger yet.
The long-anticipated movie of Watchmen, considered by many the definitive graphic novel of all time, by Zack Snyder, director of megahit 300, promises to be a nerd-culture event of the highest degree. So movie and comics blogs got pretty excited when two Websites popped up seemingly related to the Warner Brothers film.