The Showbiz Issue

    • 9.26.12

      Beelzebub's Daughter

      Even by the standards of New Agey, cult-friendly LA, Zeena Schreck had a bizarre and abusive upbringing at the hands of parents who made the devil more famous than he’s ever been.

    • 5.17.12


      This is one of the last things Jerry Fuchs recorded before his death three years ago. I don’t drum and can’t tell you the first thing about what is going on here or why he was as good as he was, but oh God, me rikey.

    • 5.14.12

      Jumping Bunnies

      Why isn't there a television channel devoted to broadcasting bunny show jumping 24 hours a day yet?

    • 5.13.12

      Eastbound & Brown

      Kenny Powers's baby can throw a baseball faster than an electric butthole.

    • 5.11.12

      VICE Presents Your Guide to Movieland Homes

      Come with Sean Tejaratchi on a star-studded, surprisingly intimate tour of the most glamourous estates in Tinseltown!

    • 5.11.12

      A Shrimpy-Batdude Adventure

      Suddenly, Shrimpy Batman senses trouble! It's lunch time. But what should he and the LOLS (Legion of Look-Alike Superheroes) eat?

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    • 5.11.12

      Him, Himself, and He

      An anonymous source gave me Corey Haim's mother’s phone number. When I called, he answered.

    • 5.10.12

      Solid-State Transmissions

      When Joe came on board, he made the city better for music than it ever had been (and arguably has been since).

    • 5.10.12

      Kool Krazy Kiwi Kreatives

      If whoever’s running Hollywood were smart, they’d better take notice of New Zealand’s movie ad campaigns—specifically those from Saatchi & Saatchi and DDB.

    • 5.10.12


      Journey is destined to be a classic video game, I think, but I found it more confused than anything.

    • 5.10.12

      That's Tokyo Town

      He might have the glow of a Nazi, but he hates himself just like a good Jewish boy should.

    • 5.9.12

      Blow Up the Audience

      Inflatable Crowd's custom-made blow-up people have been clothed, wigged, and masked for more than 80 major films.