Ghostface Killah, unimpressed with the Soundscan numbers for his latest record The Big Doe Rehab (35,000 sold, so far), has once again taken to YouTube, this time to scold his 115,000 MySpace friends for downloading the album on the Internet.
Two days before Katrina hit, small-time hustler, sometime drug dealer, and non-stop motormouth Kim Roberts bought a used video camera for twenty bucks. Then she filmed as she and her husband helped 25 neighbors survive and escape the waters.
Last night was Cloverfield's midnight release and Vulture was there!
Tom Cruise has introduced the Scientology message to over one billion "people of Earth."
2008's fastest-growing catchphrase "I drink your milkshake!" marches ever onward toward "Show me the money!"–level ubiquity.
So, until something better comes along, our friends at /Film have alerted us to this new TV ad, which offers a second-long obstructed view of the monster growling. Or belching. Or something.
Miley Cyrus fans respond, natch.
Vulture-approved presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee crossed picket lines (via satellite) to appear on The ColberT ReporT last night, and for all those curious — and until Viacom sues it off of YouTube — here's the video.
"[Title of Show] is moving to Broadway!"
As a simple people who just want to see a huge monster eat Manhattan and stomp on some young professionals, we've certainly had to put up with a lot of nonsense from J.J. Abrams and the Cloverfield viral-marketing team.
Plus exclusive video of We Are Scientists!
What might "Stairway to Heaven" have sounded like if it had been recorded for the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night instead of Led Zeppelin's IV? Like this, we guess.
This makes us glad the movie's plot bowdlerized the book's.
We like Randy Newman and everything, but come on!
Revealed, on video!
Despite months of begging and whining, our mean bosses refused to pay the highly reasonable £83,000 (plus airfare, food, and hotel) for Vulture's editors to attend last night's Led Zeppelin reunion show in London.
‘Stairway to Heaven’ From Last Night's Led Zeppelin Reunion Will Make You Feel Even Worse About Not Being There
Lest this morning's boot-licking reviews don't make you feel bad enough about missing last night's Led Zeppelin reunion show in London, here's some crappy cell-phone footage of "Stairway" to make you feel even worse.
Plus: When Bunk Met McNulty!
While Guitar Hero III and Rock Band get all the hype for allowing ordinary gamers to pretend that they're musicians, the Blip Festival is showcasing an impressive roster of artists from around the world who are actually creating new music from old video game hardware.
Not only does this guy do a spot-on impression of McDonald in a funny, well-executed music video, but he managed to record a mash-up of the New Pornographers' "It's Only Divine Right" and the Doobie Brothers' classic "What a Fool Believes" that is so effortless and smooth that it makes the original from 2003's Electric Version retroactively sound like an ironic mall-punk cover version.
Alternative comics legends Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, and Daniel Clowes turned up in Sunday night's episode of The Simpsons, forcing millions of viewers to nod along and not quite get a pretty hilarious joke about "Watchmen Babies."
Celebrities: so like us. They spend hours on YouTube too! To celebrate our online video special in this week's issue of New York, we asked Russell Simmons, Amy Sedaris, and The Office's Rashida Jones (along with some slightly-less-famous bloggers, artists, directors, advertising executives, professors, and comedians) what they've got bookmarked. The results may surprise you!