Joan Crawford’s final film, Trog – about a scientist who befriends a caveman – was dismissed by critics. Yet according to film legend John Waters, it maintains a strange charm, writes Thomas Hobbs, as it turns 50.
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An audience with the breakout blue-haired rapper, whose provocative brand of feminism makes Miley Cyrus look like a Disney princess.
The rapper received 57,000 votes across the 12 states he ran in – here, three people explain why they opted for Kanye at the ballot box.
Behind The Beat is a new series where we talk to rap producers about the making of their most iconic beat. For the first edition, we talk to Dame Grease about crafting DMX’s iconic single “Get At Me Dog.”
The actors who played Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Leatherface discuss the misconceptions around playing Hollywood’s masked bogeymen.
The rapper who reinvigorated British popular music has returned to his roots, with – when it isn’t being too sentimental – an excellent album.
"Ty Dollar $ign (otherwise known as Tyrone William Griffin, Jr.) has the confidence of a man who knows he’ll live forever. Maybe it’s just euphoria from all the Gushers he’s been smoking, but there’s a noticeable spring in his step, and I’m sure I can see a glint behind the obsidian black of his luxury sunglasses. “These glasses are Cartier,” he says, “so yeah, you’re right: I’m super confident right now."
Following the release of his new record Burden of Proof, rapper Benny the Butcher talks to Huck about his turbulent upbringing dealing drugs on Montana Avenue, to his ascension to legend status.
The director’s 1995 tech noir isn’t her most critically or commercially successful film, but it might just be her most important.
Cannabis in liquid form has hit the UK, but is it a sweet dream or a damp squib? We explored the who, the how and the high.
In the 12th part of this series where musicians discuss their favourite film scores, Thomas Hobbs speaks to pioneering rapper, producer and Run The Jewels member El-P on how Cliff Martinez' Solaris score has changed his life.
The Detroit rapper, currently top of the US album charts, remembers Star Wars, the therapeutic beauty of Nintendo 64 and learning from Kanye West