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06.10.10 Marina Galperina

Google has just launched a new feature that turns its soothingly minimal title page into a background image of your choice, which is a bitch to turn off. Struggling only makes it worse. But, there’s a way to fix it. […]

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05.13.10 Marina Galperina

According to “Kids in Mind” – a website dedicated to transcribing and measuring films’ sex/nudity, violence/gore and profanity content, Babies (…it’s a doc about babies) is exactly half as filthy as Halloween. Halloween has perfect 10s across the board, while Babies gets a 5 for sex/nudity because of split second female full frontal, shirtless men, […]

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05.07.10 Marina Galperina

The band Elsinore recently received a letter from the Lichtenstein estate, claiming their album cover art by Brittany Pyle violated copyright by adapting Roy Lichtenstein’s “Kiss V.” […]

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04.16.10 Marina Galperina

This isn’t what Paramount was expecting Shrek characters to be doing when they lent them to men’s mag Vman. But the Puss in Boots gets all the boys and Shrek gets his tacky adultery on in the next issue without legal retribution from Paramount. […]

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04.07.10 Marina Galperina

Five promising Iraqi artists to be exhibited in a comprehensive group show at Manchester’s Cornerhouse Art Gallery have been denied visas by the UK Border Agency for failing to produce valid bank statements, which is “a very tall order in an occupied country with no banking infrastructure.” The obstructive points system has wasted loads of […]

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03.30.10 Marina Galperina

It’s confirmed: Legendary Pictures is bringing back Godzilla. Because “possibly 3D old shit rehash” is one of today’s only successful film genres, the ape-whale reptilic mutant that has long been officially retired but its Toho Co. creators in Japan, will be dragged back to the US. Again. […]

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02.19.10 Marina Galperina

  Massive Attack’s album cover art joins a Gay Times ‘freedom’ advert and a 16th century painting of Venus as the newest poster deemed inappropriate for public visual consumption by the Transport for London. While the latter two were just too sexy/gay, the latest offender is too much graffiti-like, hence banned to tidy it up […]

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