It's a barrage of encapsulated moments of inadvertent idiocy, and you can watch an exclusive clip here.
Or do they all just look like meat covered in slime?
Twenty-first century traveling punks get a home on the web.
Some of the stuff found in the Los Angeles River sounds like props in a B-horror movie: a human skull, a hot tub, and a bloody sword linked to a Santeria religious sacrifice.
These things are so cute they make Zooey Deschanel look like that guy who got boned to death by a horse.
VICE and 42Below recently had the opportunity to collaborate with Brooklyn-based artists FAILE on their permanent installation, The 104 North 7th Project. The piece consists of thousands of handmade tiles designed by the artists, each individually pressed…
In our new column, we aim to shame one self-serious whiner forever.
The creator of "Boardwalk Empire" talks candidly about the perils of Hollywood, bad TV, and how he became the man he is today.
Our boss is giving a talk to a bunch of people in Sydney.
An artist who makes websites as artworks and sells their domain names.
Can technology improve anything other than porn? We asked some schlubs, and Parker Posey.
McCarthy won a Pulitzer, Three 6 got an Oscar. Both have ten major primary works spanning several decades, and both like talking about guns and blood and alcohol. This is going to be close.
We talked to Cutter Hodierne about his short "Fishing Without Nets," which helped me realize I'd be jacking cargo ships left and right if I lived in a shitty place like Somalia.
More than 600 spaghetti westerns were filmed in Almería, Spain, transforming this region into a caricature of the Wild West as imagined by Italian directors.
You need a brand for yourself that people will remember! Try giving yourself a tagline like, "Brian Simpson: Blastin' Quads and Blowin' Wads."
Who knew that baby platypuses would be so cute?
Before you jump on the woman's side here, have you priced engagement rings recently?
Chris Nieratko's column about porn is being turned into a show. Rejoice.
Erika Lust will never give you a money shot.
Who is more dishonest, kids, or adults?
"After Jim Henson died he visited me and said, 'I want you to teach kids about Christian Science and I want you to do it on Public Access.'"
Tonight our new film, 'The Fourth Dimension,' is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. After the screening, we will party.
While in LA working on our Showbiz issue, we met up with comedian and VICE columnist Rob Delaney for a chat about hairiness, Twitter, and funny meat words.
To celebrate the launch of our new show, we thought we'd round up our favorite things about YouTube. For one, you can hear Steven Seagal saying crazy shit whenever you want.