So. Word on the street is that both Drake and Kanye West are filming cameos for the upcoming Anchorman 2 movie. We'd love to see both of them doing something self-deprecating and hilarious, but Kanye is involved, so we'll not hold our breath. Truthfully, the only thing better than musicians showing ... More >>
Fact: puppets are awesome. Second fact: puppets become even more awesome when you stick them in music videos. Which is what all these smart people did. Here are our top five favorite puppet-related music videos.
Out of the Office
The Virgin megastore died? Drag. The plaintive statements from city officials when the Virgin megastore announced it was closing shop seemed slightly un-San Francisco. Isn't this the city that hates big box stores with such a vengeance that they're blocked from taking root by anti-corporate ... More >>
If you were ever a Liz Phair fan, the mere mention of her indie rock classic Exile in Guyville should evoke memories of exactly where you were when you first heard "Fuck and Run." (Mine involved the guy I was dating at the time, who both introduced me to the record and inadvertently acted out the b ... More >>
They said we couldn't do it, but we did it! Actually, no one said we couldn't do it. And, to paraphrase Bill Clinton, it all depends on what the meaning of the word it is. It is our 1,000th post here on The Snitch. Actually, this is the 1,000th post. When people ask us if we're about quantity or qu ... More >>
Who pushed the Everly Brothers in the dirt? If that famous 1960s ecstatic-tenor folk duo were to morph into something a little more bitter and crouchy, it could be the Moore Brothers, especially on "Girl with a Light," from their super-stripped-down album Murdered by the Moore Brothers on Plain Reco ... More >>
A Marine mom dies in Iraq, but don't let
Grace Is Gone get to you
Food issues and a bad self-image led our columnist to undergo weight-loss surgery. She's still a mess, but a better-looking one.
By Joe Eskenazi The good year 2007 gave us bunker oil in the bay, bodies stacking up in San Francisco like chopped wood, and the birth of the Web page you’re now reading: The Snitch. See? It wasn’t such a bad year after all (we hear bunker oil has a slightly piquant tang). In order to celeb ... More >>
Who woulda thunk it: 1408 is a terrifying, touching Stephen King adaptation
The summer season always brings out the worst in Hollywood, but there are also gems to be found
With Hitchcock in its rear window, bland voyeur thriller does its best not to perturb(ia)
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
Playing against type, Will Ferrell can't quite ground this artificially whimsical romantic comedy
Gamers get their show
Harold Ramis' Ice Harvest is just a reheated Christmas caper
The postmodern, taboo-shredding West, seen at the Arab Film Festival
John Cusack's another endearing mutt in Must Love Dogs
The rocker's second directorial stab yields a true gorefest
A wrong turn in the Marina sends Bouncer to a bar in Sausalito, where a lesson about love awaits
Why John Cusack wouldn't do anything till he made this Hitler movie
A mama's boy deals with misguided love and boredom in 101 Reykjavik
The Wrapping Paper Caper
After Jerry Maguire, Cameron Crowe comes of age...finally
Taking the Fun Out of Fort Funston; A Tale of Two Cities (and One Swedish Furniture Emporium); Spin the Bottle?
Actor and rock video director Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich is an odd masterpiece. So why is Jonze scared of his own shadow?
City Hall unravels in the attempt to sort out its story of money and murder