It's difficult to imagine a documentary about Kurt Cobain that could be more thorough, intimate, and definitive than Montage of Heck, which has more than enough rare and exclusive material that will surely be new to even the most obsessive Nirvana completist.
If Freakshow ended with a too convenient mass-murder, Empire was just as much to blame for a reverse-illness scenario. When you're trapped in a script corner, erase those pesky plot traps. The audience won't care.
Kurt Cobain has been called the canary in the coal mine of American youth, as well as the icon of the dying Age of Pisces. Yet, there was a legend built around the artist's entrance into "the 27 club" when he committed suicide in 1994, taking away from the timelessness of his universal message.
Nirvana was the volatile powder keg that proved the catalyst to among the greatest music revolutions in rock history.
Another campaign appearance, another Ted Nugent controversy. Mainstream Republicans and everyone to their left are appalled. But no one is surprised. Nugent's incendiary rhetoric (read: infamous idiocy) is, at this point, expected and tiresome.
Fear not, "Twibel" lawsuits are not an infringement of free speech per se, but rather the transferal of standards from more traditional media to Twitter and Love's libel case is the natural next frontier in the ongoing battle over free speech.
As a makeup artist, I've always been fascinated by how makeup, hair and fashion choices can completely change a woman's look, her outlook, and the way she's perceived. Watching celebrities change like chameleons has practically become a national pastime in the age of Instagram.
As others change and reinvent, Love evolves while remaining exactly who she's always been. She is who she is. No excuses. No apologies.
With past issues with addiction, jail stays, mental institution stints, and public displays of lunacy, the media and the world at large have been wa...
"The whole year, I've stayed controversy free," Courtney Love tongue-in-cheekily boasted during a phone interview Tuesday. The alt-rock goddess meas...
In Sessums's view, celebrity occupies a paradoxical position in the magazine world. On the one hand, the public's insatiable appetite for stories about the rich and famous is the engine motoring newsstand sales and revving up online traffic.
Today marks my final "A-Sides" of the year, and I have to just thank you all for reading the columns and watching the sessions. This series has been s...
Even if an errant-tweet is music to your scandal-hungry ears, you may have actually missed some of the most knock-down, bare-knuckled, ugly tweet wars in history.
In the shadows of Norma Desmond-era Hollywood, just 49 steps south of James Caan's star on the Walk of Fame, is a vestige of Tinseltown's long-vanished Golden Era bar scene.
Fans of rock, drummers, women in rock, Hole, and the grunge/alternative wave of the early/mid '90s will definitely want to check out Hit So Hard.