Here is the funniest clip we could find from 1/2 Hour News Hour, now canceled.
In what is easily the second-most-impressive hand-related YouTube music video we've seen all summer a manualist plays "Sweet Child o' Mine" using only his palms and fingers.
Entertainment legend Merv Griffin died yesterday at the age of 82.
If you'd had told us that the best Björk video in years would be made by a nonprofessional filmmaker without any input from the increasingly obtuse Icelander herself, well, we'd definitely have believed you.
Why not Legoize the complete LucasArts library?
As a tribute, here are the amazing final six minutes of The Passenger, one long take out a window, into the streets, and back.
Ingmar Bergman and the SCTV parody he inspired.
New York's Amos Barshad waited outside the aborted screening to capture the reactions.
For his new video for the single "Can't Tell Me Nothing," Kanye West tapped the talents of famed lip-syncher Zach Galifianakis, along with those of noted choreographer Will Oldham.
In adorable news, the actors who dub the voices of Homer and Marge Simpson for French television have found love.
Matt Groening comes clean about the B-movies and 'toons that shaped his dysfunctional aesthetic.
New York's Jada Yuan hit the biggest party in town, Midnight Madness at the Union Square Barnes and Noble.
Sad news about a visual artist and Beck collaborator.
Most people use the $6,500, custom-made RealDoll as God intended, for boning. But the four RealDoll owners in director Nick Holt's recent NSFW TV documentary, Guys and Dolls, are deeper than that.
An icky thump, indeed.
Soulful portraits of Richard Petty, inflatable pigs, and "the ugliest piece of shit I've ever seen."
In this video, created especially by New York for the event, two dynamic bad-art collectors show off their shockingly avant-garde collection.
In this video, created especially for New York, Zach Galifianakis grills Moby on why music isn't art, whether he's ever sung a song with his feet, and more.
In the midst of Campbell Robertson's interesting New York Times story this morning about performance artist Lián Amaris Sifuentes and her 72-hour performance piece in Union Square was a mention of a fascinating video project called Academy.
Perhaps you heard? Avril Lavigne is being sued by seventies soft-rockers the Rubinoos, who are claiming that Lavigne's new song "Girlfriend" rips off their song "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend".
If you're like us, you'd probably like to forget the past fifteen years of R.E.M.'s career ever happened — and now you can!
No doubt Michael Bay's gargantuan flick Transformers will move all sorts of merchandise off the shelves, but we’d like to draw your attention to a significantly shorter, significantly lower-budgeted film that does a much, much better job of selling the toys in question.
The recent griping among disgruntled Bob Dylan fans over Columbia's plans to let fans vote on the songs to be included on an upcoming Dylan best-of compilation has one silver lining. (Other than comments on Dylan message boards that sound eerily like Dylan lyrics, such as "If this is the stick, who's the dead horse?") It's encouraged otherwise all-forgiving Dylan fans to remember their hero's other ill-advised commercial moves, like 1987's Joe Eszterhas–rewritten movie flop Hearts of Fire. Thankfully, remembering our heroes' foolish pasts is what YouTube is for.
2004: Frank Langella is coming off a tough stretch in his career. His most prominent role in the past few years is as Aertes in an NBC miniseries of Jason and the Argonauts; his performance as "Voice of the Dragon" was just cut out of Red Dragon. Langella shoots an independent comedy called Breaking the Fifth…
Kanye West may have hired profligate music-video legend Hype Williams to direct and the stunning R&B singer Cassie to co-star in the megabudget, special-effects-laden, three-months-in-the-making video for his next single, “Stronger.” But he’s already been shown up by a no-budget YouTube sensation.