This ridiculous music video is a clip from the 1986 British made-for-TV movie The Worst Witch, about a school for young witches. Tim Curry plays the grand wizard. We have only one question: where can we get a bat-shaped bow tie?
Early in the process of choosing the All-TIME 100 Songs—as we editors and writers wrangled over the choices in email chains that grew longer than the extended mix of “Nights in White Satin”—I thought it would be fun to create a single song out of all 100, a pop-tune mash-up spanning 88 years. The video you see above is the end result.
Finally, a band that doesn’t keep us waiting in between albums!
I love a good sci-fi movie. But these days, most of them are are like the Mets: tons of promise followed by complete disappointment.
We asked some musicians what songs they would have included in the All-TIME 100 Songs List. Here is Moby’s touching tribute to David Bowie’s “Heroes.”
Can this insane campaign ad help keep Herman Cain from inadvertently getting himself nominated?
It might make them stronger, but it still doesn’t make them original.
You thought his version of “Common People” was weird? Well, this has that beat.
On Tuesday, the American Academy of Pediatrics reaffirmed a longstanding statement that children under the age of two should not watch television. This is not exactly a new position. Doctors and development experts have urged parents to keep young children away from screens for years. And the AAP itself made much the same statement about …
No matter how good or bad the songs, Beyoncé’s music videos are always great.
Sunday morning, David Gregory introduced former pizza executive Herman Cain to Meet the Press as the frontrunner in NBC’s latest GOP poll and as “the man of the moment.” Taken together, you can translate those two statements thus: political reporters pretty much have no choice but to cover Cain given his rise in the polls, but …
It’s not hard for New Yorkers to picture zombies,” says author Colson Whitehead. “You take the subway, you go to Whole Foods, and you’ve got a series of stock characters to draw from.
SPOILER ALERT: The following post and interview contain spoilers about the season finale of Breaking Bad.
Gustavo Fring, immigrant from Chile to Mexico to New Mexico, maker of delicious chicken, purveyor of high-quality crystal meth, was one of Breaking Bad’s greatest creations—and one of TV drama’s most memorable villains, …