In the first clip to run on the network's site, island leader Jack has a flashback to a conversation with his creepy alcoholic dad on his wedding day and is given a watch that's been in the family for generations. And … well, that's it.
Radiohead furthered their status as the world's most internet-savvy band on Friday night with a video Webcast streamed on their official site.
Posted on MySpace on Friday night, the Q&A steers clear of Wilson's personal crisis and instead focuses on pertinent topics like India, monkeys, and malaria pills.
Now Carol White is a Barbie doll too?
Vezzoli's A True Hollywood Story on YouTube.
Cosimo Cavallaro "My Sweet Lord," a statue of a crucified Jesus made entirely out of chocolate, makes its return to Chelsea's Proposition Gallery on October 27. So enjoy this Tom Waits song!
HBO teases The Wire.
Come on HBO, give this guy his own show!
Like most of his films, Anderson's six ads are idiosyncratic, share basically the same premise, and differ only in specific details — but they're still pretty great!
Artist Jonathan Keats's Cinema Botanica is, he claims, the world's first porno film for plants and features "explicit acts of cross pollination."
Is there an Oscar for Best Propaganda?
Finally, Death Proof audiences can satisfy their inner pervy-projectionist tendencies.
Things that will not stop Clive Owen from having sex with Monica Bellucci in this NSFW clip from Shoot 'Em Up:
There's nothing strange nor mysterious about menstruation.
The show loosely celebrated the Weimar period with song, dark irony courtesy of MC Justin Bond, of Kiki & Herb, and jokes involving duffel bags tossing out plush sticks of TNT.
In less time than it used to take to download the Hampster Dance on a dial-up modem, Tay Zonday's musical epic "Chocolate Rain" has spawned thousands of cover versions, reimaginings, and recontextualizations.
His legendary venue helped launch the careers of punk luminaries like Ramones, Blondie, Television, and Talking Heads, though in later years it became just as famous for the unsanitary conditions of its bathrooms.
Progressive musician Ted Nugent took time out of a recent concert to talk politics with an equally forward-thinking audience.
When we read that Bill Murray was arrested in Sweden for driving a golf cart under the influence, we naturally thought of Caddyshack.
Because nothing says "animated children's film" quite like "negative Utopia."
There's no new chapter of Trapped in the Closet today, so to tide you over, here's R. Kelly's reimagining of our national anthem from 2005.
Bebop drummer and jazz legend Max Roach died today of unspecified causes at the age of 83.
Last night, in honor of Madge's 49th birthday, hundreds of her craziest fans converged on B.B. King Blues Club to enjoy semi-reverent live performances of her greatest hits by amateurs of various genders, both talented and non.
We'd avoid watching this video at work (or within 500 yards of a school).