We talked to the directors of The Lovers and the Despot about their new documentary, which tells an unlikely tale of kidnapping, cinema, and a dictator turned cupid.
On October 26, 1997, Anu Singh had friends over for a dinner party, drugged her boyfriend Joe Cinque, and then injected him with needle after needle of heroin.
The founding member of iconic NYC hardcore act the Cro-Mags talks about his new memoir, hanging out with Warhol and Joe Strummer as a teenager, and why it’s improbable that his band will ever reunite.
This is a real sexy comic by Australian cartoonist, Michael Hawkins.
Michel Esselbrügge explains modern love in this comic that has been translated from German.
‘Prevenge’ is a gory horror movie that completely disrupts our view of mothers.
VICE caught up with the Nollywood filmmaker at TIFF, where his civil war drama ’76 just premiered.
At age 52, the “Italian Stallion” has appeared in over 1,500 adult films and fucked through four generations of porn. We talked to Rocco about the new documentary chronicling his long career and even longer penis.
Meet the identital dancing Larson Twins in this strange Danish comic by Emile Brahe.
With the horror film’s sequel opening today, we look at how ‘The Blair Witch Project’ revolutionized scary movies for a culture steeped in rapidly captured, real-time images.
VICE’s art editor Nick Gazin dives into the storied Japanese art form of manga to guide people past some common misconceptions and toward a completely objective list of the top manga comics.
VICE sits down with Operation Avalanche director Matt Johnson and his team to discuss the new movie and their unorthodox approach to filmmaking.
At the Boom Festival, a biennial gathering held near the Spanish border last month, about 100 volunteers committed to round-the-clock care for people using drugs. I was one of them.
Since 2014, hip-hop has essentially been banned in the central Asian country of Tajikistan. So what have rappers done to get their songs on the radio? Compare their president to a god.
Find out where all the great cartoon birds went.
A day spent deep in the cosmic abyss via “shramp” meditation.
This is a weird and beautiful comic by Australian artist, Michael Hawkins. It’s about a sleeper agent who is awakened by a toothache.
William Powell’s The Anarchist Cookbook offers instructions for making homemade bombs, drugs, and phreaking devices. The new documentary American Anarchist confronts the author just before his death with the controversial legacy of his book…
In this episode of VICE Talks Film, we sat down with the filmmaker to discuss his new documentary, Author: The JT LeRoy Story, and the woman behind the scandal that shook the literary world.
Here are our picks for the best new fall movies coming out of TIFF.
The project sheds light on the history and repercussions of residential schools in Canada through the story of a 12-year-old Indigenous boy who died 50 years ago.
No, you can’t pay me in blow.
Michael is trying to improve his situation, but are video games for babies?
The Artist invites a bunch of poor, sad animals over to his studio as a sort of broken man’s club for animals. Also the whole comic is told in haikus.
A group of friends watch TV and play with some old “Little Prisoners” in a homemade coliseum in their basement in this pretty and strange nine-page comic.
It took author Mike Stax 15 years to make sense of the life and times of the musician Craig Smith, who was on the brink of fame before something inside him snapped.
After seeing how much fun Malia had at Lollapalooza, how could Barry resist?
“I have experience with making something that the world doesn’t fucking dig.”
Just like the men who proposed to their girlfriends while they were winning Olympic medals, Drake tried to make Rihanna’s moment all about him.
This week, the Artist shows you what he bought and teaches you how to draw a snake in an animated video!
On this episode of VICE’s Autobiographies, we talk with London-based rapper Tinie Tempah about his journey from pop music to grime as he gets ready to release his new mixtape, Junk Food.
The authors of Please Kill Me talked with Warhol’s “boy,” Billy Name, a key figure in the 60s art scene who built the Factory, as well as witnessed the rise of Edie Sedgwick, the Velvet Underground’s breakup, and the time Warhol was almost murdered…
Vania the Bear and friends head to the countryside to hunt radioactive hellrats in exchange for discount coupons in this epic seven-page comic. They also dance in a circle around a boombox together, as is their fashion.