Screening

Noisey News

The 'Surviving R. Kelly' Premiere Was Disrupted By a Gun Threat

The event received an anonymous phone call that the Lifetime network confirms came from Chicago.
Kristin Corry
12.5.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Luca Guadagnino's New Horror Film 'Suspiria' Made Audiences Want to Vomit

A critic described a clip of the new movie as "one of the most fucked up things I've ever seen."
Drew Schwartz
4.27.18
Dating

What Everyone Can Learn from Sex Workers About How to Screen Dates

Ten pieces of advice to read before meeting a random from the internet.
Allison Tierney
2.5.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You Can Now Watch 'IT' in a Theater Full of Actual, Terrifying Clowns

For some, a nightmare. For clowns? Paradise.
Drew Schwartz
8.25.17
Health

Finally, the Amazon Prime of STD Testing Is Here

Virtual STD clinics take stress and stigma out of getting screened.
Annamarya Scaccia
8.4.17
Film

25 Years Later, The ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Reunite at Tribeca Film Festival

Mr. Blonde, White, Orange, Pink, and Quentin Tarantino talk about making the film and how audience reactions have changed since its release.
Ben Polsky
5.2.17
Motherboard Homepage

This Computer Program Detects Cancer Earlier Than Ever—Without Surgery

CancerLocator could be used to pinpoint tumor locations even before symptoms arise, eliminating painful biopsies and increasing patient survival.
Knvul Sheikh
4.3.17
Topic of Cancer

This Computer Program Detects Cancer Earlier Than Ever—Without Surgery

CancerLocator could be used to pinpoint tumor locations even before symptoms arise, eliminating painful biopsies and increasing patient survival
Knvul Sheikh
4.2.17
Motherboard Guide to Cinema

‘The Running Man’ Is the Perfect Dystopian Movie For Trump’s Inauguration

It's the 30th anniversary of the cheesy 80s Schwarzenegger dystopian action flick, but it's never felt more timely.
Daniel Oberhaus
1.19.17
Health

US Cancer Deaths Have Dropped by 25 Percent Since 1991

The racial disparities are narrowing too.
Madison Margolin
1.5.17
Film

Bogota Is a Painting in Slow-Motion Footage From the Back of a Pickup Truck.

The 2,500 frame-per-second scenes show what it's like to see as a bee.
Nathaniel Ainley
12.9.16
Art

Friday: Go See Marcel Dzama's Short Films. All of Them.

Brooklyn Fire Proof Stages hosts the vis a free outdoor summer screening series in Bushwick
Francesca Capossela
7.13.16
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