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The Wildest Things We Learned from Bella Thorne's Profile

Yes, she has 19 cats. She also makes a vision board every year that "always includes her desire to win an Oscar."
Nicole Clark
11 hours ago
Film

You Have to Watch 'Beautiful Boy,' but Not for the Reasons You Think

The film may snag Timothée Chalamet an Oscar, but it ignores the stories of addicts who aren't as privileged as Nic Sheff.
Anna Iovine
11 hours ago
Film

I Binged All 11 'Halloween' Movies and Now Michael Myers Is My Mr. Big

I couldn't help but wonder, would I ever manage to claw his freaky theme music from my brain?
Naveen Kumar
12 hours ago
YouTube

'Synthwave' Is the Next 'Lofi Hip-Hop Radio to Relax/Study To'

How the genre mined 80s nostalgia and modern dystopia to become a giant on YouTube.
Luke Winkie
12 hours ago
tv

'The Conners' Creates More Problems Than It Solves

The whole franchise probably should have ended after Roseanne Barr's racist tirade.
Taylor Hosking
a day ago
Race

The Many Ways Well-Intentioned White People Are Still Low-Key Racist

“You don't sound black."
Janae Price
2 days ago
Film

'The Oath' Captures How Politics Is Ruining Our Relationships

Ike Barinholtz's new movie explores the horrors of Thanksgiving dinners in dire political times.
Eve Peyser
2 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

RIP 'Nathan for You'

Comedy Central says the show will not return, but maybe this is all just another elaborate hoax.
River Donaghey
2 days ago
Scene Reports

You Need to Check Out Kansas City's Madcap Queer Party Scene

Young artists are building an inclusive oasis deep in conservative "flyover country."
Blair Schulman
2 days ago
Culture

These Memes Rickrolled Millions of Visitors to Voter Registration Sites

Memes are our civic duty.
Nicole Clark
2 days ago
Photos

The Heartbreaking Instagram Where People Remember Loved Ones Who Died of AIDS

"Looking at the photos, I felt like the whole world was falling down around me. I had an overwhelming feeling of loss and devastation, and had to go to the bathroom so that no one would see me crying."
Jeff Leavell
2 days ago
Culture

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
3 days ago