'Venom' Is a Bad 90s Movie Released in 2018
Tom Hardy’s big Marvel movie would make more sense if it was released back when ‘Batman and Robin’ was in theatres.
How Social Media Changed The One-hit Wonder
The format has fallen to the wayside in the past few years. But should we be mourning its demise or celebrating?
A Chat with the ‘Hey Arnold!’ Composer Who Folded Jazz into 90s Childhoods
How 66-year-old Jim Lang went from touring with the Pointer Sisters to soundtracking the Nickelodeon show about "football head."
'Extreme Ghostbusters': When the Franchise Gave a Shit About Me
A look into how the 1997 animated cartoon did diversity the right way.
Gotta catch em all
Collectibles investing in the 90s was a weird time
What Working on a Magazine Sold by the Homeless Taught Me About Journalism
In its heyday, on a tiny budget, the 'Big Issue' became an eye into Britain's soul.
What Happened to All the Iconic Dance Singers of the 1990s?
From N-Trance's "Set You Free" to Alice Deejay's "Better Off Alone," these soldiers guarded and unleashed positivity. But where are they now?
How 90s TV Shows Got Drugs Hilariously Wrong
From 'Saved by the Bell' to 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' it was a brutal decade for realistic drug use on TV.
April De Costa
the chosen ones
Inside the Strange, Psychic World of Indigo Children
VICE investigates the secret world of Indigo Children, a select group of people who are said to possess extraordinary sensory talents, but who critics say suffer from ADD and ADHD.
Hear the 1995 Midwest Mixtape That Introduced America to Daft Punk
Terry Mullan's 'New School Fusion Vol. 2' lit The EDM Fuse 20 Years Ago
Stories from the Frontlines of Excess and Depravity in the 1990s British Music Industry
Niven's cult classic 'Kill Your Friends' is being turned into a film, so we had a chat about its subject matter.
Daniel Dylan Wray
How Nickelodeon Educated a Generation of Kids About AIDS During the 1990s
The same network that brought kids "Pete and Pete" and "Doug" ran a special featuring Magic Johnson that was one of the era's most compassionate, forward-thinking pieces of TV.