Veronika Franz, the journalist and wife of Austrian film-maker Ulrich Seidl, makes her debut, co-directing with Severin Fiala for this chilly, angular, ultra-violent arthouse horror showing in the Venice
Writer Michael Ruhlman does a good Q&A with Anthony Bourdain. They cover a bunch of things, including a chef's obligations today and "knuckle-headed trends." Bourdain on authenticity: "I'm fine with any
A round up of Gordon Ramsays who aren't chefs dish on the chef with whom they share a name. The only person more professionally obnoxious than Gordon Ramsay might be Amy Bouzaglo, the namesake co-owner
Lay on the truffles. [Photograph: Nick Solares] Cheap eating has never been better in this city, but we've also never had so many options for blowout expensive dining. Be it 20-course tastings, $400 sushi,
Thief is a game that ekes pain. It’s not the pain of a guard whacked on the back of the head with a blackjack, or the pain of our shadowy, if glam, hero shot through with a crossbow bolt. It’s the pain
If there is one area where JJ Abrams usually gets it right, it is casting. He was on the money when he picked the relatively untried Chris Pine to play the new Captain Kirk in 2009's rebooted Star Trek.
On March 5, 1973, Marlon Brando declined the Academy Award for Best Actor for his gut-wrenching performance as Vito Corleone in "The Godfather" — for a very unexpected reason. Here's how it went down.
Investigations Battered and on the run, al Qaeda is quietly looking for a charismatic leader capable of taking command when Ayman al-Zawahri’s tenure comes to what will likely be a violent end. And just
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says he's pleased the Army is getting a handle on the problem. WASHINGTON — The Army has disqualified 588 soldiers as sexual assault counselors, recruiters and drill sergeants
British troops have been "relatively resilient" compared to US troops when dealing with the strains of Iraq and Afghanistan British combat veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan are up to four times less to
A bill to address the sexual assault crisis in the military was blocked on Monday in favor of voting on Iran sanctions, but two days later, survivors of sexual assault came forward on Capitol Hill to about
Consumer There's a surprise side order of sourpuss getting served up in the national argument over raising the minimum wage: discontented workers say they'll stop tipping when they go out to eat. The battleground