The Oral History of Nuts TV, the Pinnacle of Lad Culture Television
Glamour models, baked beans and Paul Daniels – here's the definitive account of the anarchic apex of lads mag entertainment.
The Oral History of ‘The Sims’, the World’s Most Enduring Game
"The Sims 4" is about to become free to play. We spoke to the game’s creators about how the whole thing came to be.
An Oral History of Peaches’ ‘The Teaches of Peaches’
The Canadian musician’s seminal debut record came out over two decades ago. Here's how these wild and iconic 11 songs came to be.
‘Nothing Will Ever Be Like It Again’: The Oral History of ‘Derry Girls’
As the runaway Channel 4 success prepares to wave goodbye with its new series, we talk to all the key players and cast about its legacy.
‘Sure, Jan’: How ‘A Very Brady Sequel’ Became a Trippy, Quippy Cult Classic
Here’s the story of how a ridiculous, low-budget Brady Bunch movie sequel struck comedy gold and launched a meme that broke the internet.
'Why Don't We All Go Bonkers?' – The Rise and Fall of Happy Hardcore
DJs, producers and the scene's major players tell the full story of dance music's most divisive genre.
An Oral History of 'Troll 2', the Best Worst Movie Ever Made
How a horror about vegan goblins, written and directed by Italians, filmed in Utah with a largely Mormon cast, became a cinematic sensation.
An Oral History of 'Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents', the Most Chaotic Show Ever
Ten years after the BBC Three series first aired on our screens, we talk to the creators, crew and the people who went on it.
An Oral History of 'Marge vs The Monorail', the Episode That Changed 'The Simpsons'
"If a gun was put to my head, and they said, ‘Tell me the best episode of television ever,’ it’s this."
Blood, Boycott, and Body Bags: An Oral History of 'American Psycho'
Bret Easton Ellis, Chloë Sevigny, and yes, Huey Lewis told VICE about the 2000 film that made Christian Bale's Patrick Bateman the ultimate villain.
The Real Story Behind the Iconic Ode to Oral Sex, "Put It In Your Mouth"
How the raunchy 1996 duet from neighborhood friends Kia Jeffries and Akinyele Adams came to be.
The Improbable True Story of How 'Clerks' Was Made
Kevin Smith and others tell VICE the story of making one of the most iconic indie films ever on a shoestring budget at a conjoined Quick Stop and video store in New Jersey.