We are consumed by the idea of cars as weapons, homes, extensions of ourselves. And in Mad Max: Fury Road', George Miller takes this to its logical extreme.
Every week, hundreds gather in a Thessaloniki parking lot to watch a bunch of guys drive around like lunatics.
"Now, jumping huge is really hard to describe. There's no sensation like it. I'm driving a 12-foot Scooby Doo truck, and I'm flying through the air. I feel like a superhero in a cartoon."
Francis, the homeless stuffed animal bear, and his friend who also appears to be some sort of plush thing find a car that's full of garbage and so they steal it and have an adventure.
Six screens, countless cars, a lot of guns, and one Vin Diesel to rule them all.
Maks Mielżyński got diagnosed with cancer when he was 20 years old and had to have his right hand amputated, but none of that stopped him from racing.
How did I end up behind the wheel of a $140,000 Maserati that had just smashed into a pair of parked cars?
Vanishing Point, for the uninitiated, is a film about a man driving a car. It was 1971. You could make a film like that back then.
Larry the Cable Guy's latest direct-to-video masterpiece, a sequel to Arnold Schwarzenegger's pseudo-classic, came out today. I watched it and relished how perfectly bad it is.
The LAPD is trying to make its officers better drivers, but police departments around the country should also be monitoring the way cops interact with civilians.
How can a hotel room capture the essence of Boston's legendary shithole? And why would anyone want to?
"What's happening in Ukraine now matters to criminals from Bogotá to Beijing."
This week: A kid got arrested for pretending to have sex with a statue of Jesus and a guy threw eggs at his neighbors' cars because they parked on the street.
More than 100 furious hacks surrounded Uber's offices in New York this week to protest the company's unfair policies toward its drivers. The good news is that the free market is on their side.
Uber has been taking the country (and much of Planet Earth) by storm. But they're pissing a lot of people off in the process, which helps explain why they just hired the guy who sold Barack Obama to America.
Jul 18, 2014
On its way to operating in more than 100 cities, the company been just as focused on cutting political deals as disrupting the taxi industry.
Progressives are panicking over diesel truck drivers who intentionally blow smoke at hybrid cars. But rolling coal isn't about Obama. It's about America.
This April photographer Ben Clement took a break from shooting weird shit in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia, to shoot weird shit in Tokyo, in the process capturing a quieter side of the world's largest metropolis than we usually experience.
Southern California is hatching a plan to restructure the way all of America pays taxes for using gas, essentially reframing the whole thing as a tax on use of roads rather than gas.
People think I'm crazy for not having a car in Los Angeles, but taking the bus has taught me that having a car in a city is stupid and probably evil.
During the Oscars last night, Cadillac aired its controversial new "American exceptionalism" commercial, which premiered during the Winter Olympics. It features actor and devout Catholic Neal McDonough perfectly cast as "Arrogant American Asshole," shitti…
This week, I drove around in a fancy car with Philadelphia's Rap guru Ryshon Jones, as we chatted about his latest project, Hope Is a Dangerous Thing, an album and poetry collection examining hope in 21st century America.
Its angels eat meat out of cups and parade through the city naked on floats.
Photos by Ben Ritter and styling by Annette Lamothe-Ramos.