At first glance, Adam Huber's high-quality commercials seem fairly standard. A cheesy ad for soap. A perfume commercial with a soft-whispering narrator. Then, a naked dude appears. Or a man in a dress vomits on some passersby in the park. Parody Patrol is the latest project of the St. Louis film ... More >>
Ten year's ago this month David Clohessy, director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), was named one of the world's "25 Most Intriguing" by People magazine. Included in that 2002 class were actors and performers such as George Clooney and Britney Spears, world leaders the l ... More >>
Film critic Karina Longworth is reporting from the Toronto International Film Festival this week. As the summer of self-plagiarism comes to a close, add Terrence Malick to the list of those accused of this debatable crime: The auteur's quick follow-up to last year's The Tree of Life, To The Wonder, ... More >>
"Summer after high school when we first met / We make out in your Mustang to Radiohead" Such is the opening couplet of "The One Who Got Away" by the inescapable Katy Perry. The namedrop is confusing. Radiohead is beyond famous at this point, so it's not necessarily a cred pull on Perry's part; if t ... More >>
Matt Damon in The Informant!. Read Robert Wilonsky's review of the movie in this week's issue.â€‹The latest movie by Matt Damon (anyone else automatically think of this video when they hear that name?), The Informant! has a scene in St. Louis, specifically where Damon, who plays an Archer Daniels Mi ... More >>
Ang Lee’s sexed-up thriller is neither sexy nor thrilling.
The naked truth about Missouri's backwater Sodom and Gomorrah
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Team America takes no prisoners and spares no swear words
Rufus Wainwright on metrosexuals and Mozart -- and why the latter can't hold a candle to Billy Ocean
Week of July 2, 2003
Lopez, as a Maid, puts the "back" in backlash
Mary and Jeff Clarke feed beauty to the tough world of high fashion. Hard to do from the cornfields of Iowa. Harder still in St. Louis, where too many parents and kids have their dreams exploited for money.
Or: How Tony Hawk turned skateboarding into a multimillion-dollar international obsession
RFT music critics offer a cut-and-paste compendium of the year in music. Everyone's wrong. Everyone's right.
Looking for Ozark culture amid the neon, glitter and traffic of Highway 76 in Branson