Is anyone else having eerie flashbacks from that frozen worm episode of The X-Files?We brought you Code Organ, the website that turns ordinary webpages into full-fleged instrumental arrangements. That was cool. But what if, instead of an instrument, playing music was more like biology class? ... More >>
i,max via FlickrGrist has a nicely conspiratorial analysis (*cue X-Files music*) of the current investigations into the origin of the swine flu epidemic. Among the highlights: The World Health Organization helped author a paper for Science that pinpointed the likely source of the swine flu as La Gl ... More >>
If only it were collectivized...The big news out of yesterday's five-hour Board of Supervisors meeting was the adoption of a last-minute compromise on the Municipal Transportation Agency budget despite plenty of complaints from a cadre of left-leaning supes concerned about fare increases and other i ... More >>
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain
Final Destination 3 stares death in the face ... and laughs
Here's a mystery for Mulder: What's happened to Duchovny's career?
Tenderhearted mutants kick significant keister in X-2: X-Men United
Feardotcom's thrills are all cheap, but they mostly work
Chez Papa Bistrot
Beastly flamers make a man of Christian Bale in Reign of Fire
When it's a question of spectral orbs -- or ectoplasm, or cold spots, or plain old ordinary ghosts -- who are you going to call? Why, Bay Area Paranormal Investigations, of course.
The bored, the gothic, and the really flexible
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Morton's of Chicago
A measured look at the serious policy implications of recent changes in San Francisco newspaper ownership
The woman who takes injured bats into her home, and the doctor who treats them
Fangxaminer; Mourning the Passing of the Arts; Looking for the New Bohemia
International Film Financing Conference, George Kuchar, Write It
Michael Sragow finds eight good films, and countless condescending duds, in a year at the movies