Editor's Note: Shea Serrano is an award-winning music writer and goofball whose recent exploits include Bun B's Rapper Coloring and Activity Book. In his new column, he writes about his life and times. 3:20 p.m.: Today I am chaperoning our school's Valentine's Day dance. A line of about 100 kids is ... More >>
Michael Bay injects potent absurdity into an unbelievable but true story.
We knew this was coming. The North Texas Tollway Authority kind of telegraphed it when the agency announced that some 6,000 of its top scofflaws would be referred to an outside law firm for possible litigation over their toll-ignoring ways. And now, it's here. The NTTA filed more than a dozen civil ... More >>
It's been nice to watch TV--fresh off House of Cards's Netflix premier--deal with the same questions people have been addressing about music since Napster or iTunes or Spotify, depending on which iteration of the issue you remember best. Specifically: Now that Netflix can create programming based on ... More >>
One of the most challenging ventures of Meatless Monday is not finding meatless dishes, but finding vegetarian renditions of your favorite items. This includes sandwiches, a staple so vital to the average human's lunch hour routine it seems almost sacrilege to alter it. But there are only so many pi ... More >>
Pizza HutFor generations, people have been nervously asking, "Is a fast-food pizza chain the best place to make my marriage proposal?" Now Plano-based Pizza Hut is offering an answer. Their $10,010 package, according to the press release, (via Eater) includes a "stunning ruby stone flanked ... More >>
The Size of Texas with Clint Howard from Clint Howard Here's a new brilliant one from Funny or Die, where writer / Director Scott Gairdner parodies Michael Bay's Armaggedon (or any ridiculous asteroid movie)--specifically the scene where Billy Bob Thorton exclaims the asteroid about to pulveri ... More >>
Chicago destroyed, along with viewers' brain cells.
All photos WireImageAshton Kutcher, Demi Moore and noted comedy genius Justin Timberlake at the Rachovsky HouseWoke up this morning to find some last-night souvenirs in the in-box -- some, from the Audi Forum at the Rachovsky House on Preston and Northwest Highway, which the car-maker's taken ove ... More >>
Let's start this off right: We're absolutely not saying these bands suck. We're saying they suck in the heat and humidity of an overpacked, porta-potty using festival. And, with ACL approaching fast and other festivals that people like coming up real soon, there's a lot of choices in that butt-sw ... More >>
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Your guide to summer's hottest films
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Team America takes no prisoners and spares no swear words
The Alamo gets what it always needed--a happy ending!
Hispanic Expo offers diversity, free stuff
See it, don't see it--whatcha gonna do?
Neal LaBute deprives viewers the passion of Byatt's books
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
Bangkok Dangerous gives plenty of Pang for the buck
Pearl Harbor's sound and fury signify nothing
This overlong adaptation of the Proust classic will steal precious hours from your life
Go The Way of the Gun, and you shall be rewarded
Disney-esque characters and anime stylings don't mix, but at least the battles are cool
Martin Lawrence proves there's a fine line between fat and phat
Sequel-itis infects Cruise's M:I-2, but not fatally
Jagged and flashy, Lola pulls off a stylistic extravaganza
Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey can't negotiate their way through this thrill-free thriller
The mega-hyped disaster flick Armageddon signals the death of storytelling
Bruckheimer production comes complete with all his Con-temptible traits
Good, but not that good