The actor opened up to 'Esquire' about fame, Michael Jackson, and a disastrous 'Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood' audition.
The idea that he was the savior of the 'Home Alone' movies is woefully inaccurate.
15 years ago this film debuted, making back-to-back club bangers sound sinister when paired with a horrifying true story.
Culkin dumped a bucket of balls, and then swung that bucket into someone's head before finishing it off with a Santa-assisted frog splash.
Cartoons are rife with murdered animals, but there are few live action family films that deal with the human grief that comes afterward.
There's a conspiracy theory that believes The King was a background extra in the classic holiday movie, 13 years after his supposed death. Let's take a look.
Playing in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band with Macaulay Culkin taught me more about the nature of celebrity—and pizza—than I'd bargained for.
John Hughes crafted a right-wing masterpiece under the guise of good, clean fun for the family.
"Angry parents cut the line on behalf of their children. I wanted to tell them they were acting like bullies, but instead I handed them inflatable dogs."
The man credited only as "L.T.B." never recorded another bar after being featured on one of the most popular songs of the 90s.
One person's prank is another person's trauma.
"Party Monster" is packaged as a fairytale-like moral lesson on the true price of excess.