"There isn't really a purpose. My inbox is full of people asking me why I'm doing this, but I don't think that question is really applicable to this type of activity."
We're not really sure what the underlying theme is, but there's something inarguably Lynchian about the work the odd magazine publishes.
The real monsters in modern, independent horror movies aren't ghosts or demons—they're other human beings. Is scare cinema growing up?
Last month, VICE turned the big 2-0, so we threw a huge party to celebrate. Everybody from Lil Wayne to Jonah Hill performed, and we filmed the entire thing. Now, we're releasing the whole shebang on YouTube.
When he stopped talking to her, the cyber charlatan told him—via other fake accounts of her "friends"—that she'd intentionally overdosed on heroin.
Rainer Höß's grandfather was a top exterminator at Auschwitz and his family denies the Holocaust to this day, but he's devoted himself to righting their wrongs any way he can.
Listen to "Cruciform" nice and loud while you browse WWI chemical warfare photos on Google. You can almost smell the fire and brimstone.
Don't bother paying a guy in flip-flops $75 a session for transcendental meditation lessons: Install "Euro Truck Simulator 2" instead.
When Alex Schubert was in art school, a kid was put in a mental institution for doing the things Fashion Cat does in this comic.
It sounds funny, but a surprising number of people are hurt by them.
A motorcycle crash ended Paul Williams's boxing career and left him paralyzed, but that's hardly the end of his story.
To kick off their new bartender advice column Last Call, Munchies spoke to Bay Area legend Jeannie of the Warehouse Cafe and learned why you shouldn't be afraid of bikers—or ever order mojitos.
Collapsing pot prices in Washington State mean now the real fun—and danger—of legalization is upon us.
Alex works in the central office of a non-disclosed national Australian bank as a lender. Until last year he was using ice at work. Here's how he did it.
The goal of Emile Klein's You're US project is to paint portraits of three people from every state—cycling from subject to subject. So far, he's traveled 14,000 miles and painted 40 Americans from ten different states.
Community groups were promised $13 million from the government to develop de-radicalisation programs. They're still yet to see that money.
Internet addiction is not an official condition yet recognized in the DSM-V. But a recent search for "internet addiction help" revealed various rehab centers for internet addiction, therapists who specialize in the condition, as well as this handy quiz.
The Massachusetts senator remains a dream candidate for progressives no matter how many times she says she isn't running—but the truth is she wouldn't be doing herself or anyone else any good by challenging Hillary Clinton in 2016.
I'm not talking ironic hipster tattoos of bacon or Rambo; I'm talking praying hands pressed together holding a machete or an Uzi in preparation for a holy war.
It was an era of top-down selfies, black-rimmed eyes, snake bite piercings, and Aiden t-shirts, and it was beautiful.
January isn't even over and we're already discussing the downside of naming a baby 'Anal'
One of the world's biggest climate change deniers just published a paper that scientists are calling "complete trash." So how did it pass peer review?
The erratic character of Man Haron Monis has taken a new turn with revelations he tried to join Australia's biggest outlaw motorcycle gang.
Half the people surveyed by the Japanese Family Planning Association said they hadn't gone to the bone zone in the past month. Some guys claimed that they didn't even masturbate anymore. What's going on?