It's appropriate that Bill Plympton's latest is about a murder. He gets away with it all the time.
Weirdness abounds is this week’s rendition of Future Shock, as we’re pimping the “just announced” concerts of numerous acts coming to the PHX in the near future that are kinda “out there” in many different respects, whether its outlandish stage performances, strange album titles, or biza ... More >>
Lush life at karaoke night
Jet Li goes out with a whimper, not a bang
"HardKore Fest" kills 'em all at Chasers
Lee Lee Oriental Supermarket
Navajo warriors, buff babes and, um, Saddam's bald bro rip up the ring at The Sets.
Everyone's favorite ogre is back for more
Ozzfest mates Disturbed and Chevelle prove balance and metal can mix
Spun spins cranky youths into an American freak show
Sometimes, the best music is the stuff you wouldn't dream of praising in public
The Big Ka-Boom, Part One (Alternative Tentacles)
Unrealistic and dull, 40 Days manages only mild titillation
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV
Latest Sick & Twisted fest well worth seeing
High-school-themed Election scores a winning ticket
April 14-21, 1999
Jawbreaker, Office Space no laughing matters
Trashman faces a cure that's worse than the illness
May 14 - 20, 1998
April 2-8, 1998
Wallace and Gromit filmmakers tackle Gumby Noir
Helium comes up for air and brings along an intoxicating new album
A pair of Shakespearean travesties runs the gamut from bard to worse
Exclusive preview of Symington and Arpaio's amazing cartoon videos!
Big-screen Beavis and Butt-head sniff the sweet smell of suckcess
Meet the man who fathered America's favorite teenage cretins
Animation fest smacks of TV anarchy from Saturday mornings past
HOMEBOY JOM ROSE AND HIS CIRCUS SIDESHOW ARE BACK. YOU PROBABLY WON'T VOMIT.