Ryan Jaunzemis became a poster boy for the 90s fad of "Soaping," where kids used special shoes to grind rails and ledges without skateboards. Two decades later, he's leading a very different life.
Just because the WWE kicked Hulk Hogan out of the Hall of Fame doesn't mean they turned a new cheek. It has a long history of racism, xenophobia, sexism, and homophobia.
Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's Emma remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
Alicia Thomas has tattooed 130 of the 151 original Pokémon, and she won't stop until she's caught them all.
We Skyped with French director Mia Hansen-Løve about her "low-key epic," her brother Sven of the DJ duo Cheers, and how to film a good club scene.
Those born in the 90s largely missed out, not only on all the economic prosperity and the golden age of comfortable flannel shirts, but on the films that the laid-back era produced.
How did the British go from Oasis, New Labour, and Austin Powers to Ed Sheeran, Downton Abbey, and pedophiles?
They're carrying a touch for 90s-esque angsty pop rock.
The 90s hip-hop scion's lawyer claims he was temporarily blind when he ran over two men in a parking lot, and the surviving victim says he can't remember what happened.
Everclear's pop-grunge twang is present on their new album, but the new songs feel a little rougher around the edges and a little more grown up.
When hip-hop developed in New York, teams of girls would double dutch in the middle of dancing crowds at clubs, an element of the culture that has been lost along the way.
We talked to Bleeding Skull Video about why it's important not to let low-budget, homemade exploitation films get lost in the annals of time.
We talked to the cult director about new queer cinema, post-punk, and crushing on Eva Green.
Peace, love, hugs, and jaw-clenching in a dark, sweaty basement.
For years animal rights advocates persuaded the public that fur was murder—but a growing number of designers have embraced the controversial material.
Richard Linklater's lazy Gen X indie flick taught me that sometimes, it's OK to take the roundabout way.
Put the song on and imagine yourself riding a motorcycle into a 90s sunset, like that goon James in Twin Peaks. You'll remember why guitar rock will never die.
"There wasn't a lot of stuff going on in Cleveland. It felt like the city could grind you down. In a lot of ways that motivated me to try to get better at something, to find a way out and break through."
Although the ads confirm his sex appeal, they fail to fix all of Bieber's public relations problems. Even though he looks like a man, it's still a question as to whether he will act like one in 2015.
In the latest excerpt from 33⅓'s in-depth album reviews, Alex Niven looks at how Oasis's Definitely Maybe voiced the collective hopes and dreams of post-Thatcher Britain.
If there's one thing that makes the British peerless among their European counterparts, it's their noble history of feeding industrially reared animals the reconstituted carcasses of their animal cousins.
"I still like Rodgers and Hammerstein and listen to the Cabaret soundtrack, the one with Liza Minnelli."
How the movie helped me come out after my time as a student in Newcastle, which I spent trying and failing to get my closeted rugby-playing sex partner to commit.
In the mid 1990s, Leonardo DiCaprio was the king of the world. He was also friends with Dana Giacchetto, a former investment banker who went to jail for misappropriating $9 million and claims he's the real inspiration for The Wolf of Wall Street.