World War I
Wrestling with the Contradictions of Lil Peep's Posthumous Final Album
On a grimly musical Waypoints, the gang discusses 'Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2' and 'Let England Shake', as well as complicated legacies.
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.
Disfigured WWI Vets Were the First Plastic Surgery Patients
A British veteran was afraid to eat in public because his torn-up face made such an unappetizing sounds while he was chewing.
Emmelie van den Wall Bake
The VICE Guide to Right Now
You Can Finally Read J.R.R. Tolkien's Century-Old Love Story
'Beren and Lúthien' tells the tale of a forbidden love shared between a human and an elf in Middle Earth.
Guide To Games
'The Last Express' Is the Most Honest End-of-the-World Game
Jordan Mechner's singular 1997 adventure invites you to re-live the final hours before World War I ended an era.
We Sent US Soldiers to World War I With Barely Any Gear
How under-equipped American troops adapted to using foreign weapons tech as they entered the Great War.
Picking Mushrooms in Poland, and Encountering the Scars of War
A hunt for chanterelles and boletus mushrooms revealed some of the relentless atrocities that scarred Poland throughout the 20th century.
Anarchy and Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass
In this Noisey film 'Get Out of Your Own Way,' we join the anarcho-punk artist in the English countryside to talk life, zen, and World War I poet Wilfred Owen.
Pre-Ordering ‘Battlefield 1’ for $150 Is a Bad Idea But I Did It Anyway
A fool and his money?
‘Battlefield 1’ Beta Bugs Make It the Perfect World War 1 Game
This is the most fun I’ve had playing a semi-broken game.
This Documentary Is Telling the Story of World War I in Real Time
Slowly but surely, "The Great War" on YouTube is becoming the most expansive repository of World War I knowledge ever produced.
Why Video Games Love Special Forces Heroes
These action heroes represent what both a confused public and video games makers themselves crave so desperately: absolute certainty, whatever war's complexities.