World War I


Nearly Every Horror Movie You Love Is Actually About World War I

In his new book, 'Wasteland: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Horror,' historian W. Scott Poole argues the Great War gave filmmakers the visual language that make up scary movies.
Seth Ferranti
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You Can Finally Read J.R.R. Tolkien's Century-Old Love Story

'Beren and Lúthien' tells the tale of a forbidden love shared between a human and an elf in Middle Earth.
Drew Schwartz
noisey films

Anarchy and Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass

In this Noisey film 'Get Out of Your Own Way,' we join the anarcho-punk artist in the English countryside to talk life, zen, and World War I poet Wilfred Owen.
Noisey Staff

Why Video Games Love Special Forces Heroes

These action heroes represent what both a confused public and video games makers themselves crave so desperately: absolute certainty, whatever war's complexities.
Ed Smith

Is the Man Fasting for 55 Days over the Armenian Genocide Risking His Life?

Even though California resident Agasi Vartanyan is experienced at hunger striking and doctors are keeping tabs on him, there's some danger in going almost two months without food.
Mark Hay

​How the FBI Busted Someone Trying to Buy the Deadly Poison from 'Breaking Bad'

Cheng Le got busted by a narc operating on the dark web.
Allie Conti
VICE vs Video games

This Is How the Best War Game of the Year Was Made

Perhaps the best war game of 2014 so far involves very little shooting, has a distinct shortage of blood and gore, and never once gives you a bonus for a perfect head shot. We spoke to the guys who visited WWI trenches to make your playing experience...
Mike Diver

A Brilliant Spotlight In London Is Commemorating WWI's 100th Anniversary

Roji Ikeda's "spectra" installation is a shining beacon to honor the start of The Great War.
Beckett Mufson