Chances Are, You’re Only Tapping Into a Fraction of the Free Films Available Online

Film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum steers you toward the internet’s more obscure riches rather than the same old, same old

The Latest Way TikTok Users Tried to Punk Donald Trump

No, no one really wanted to buy $9,000 worth of Trump-branded baseballs
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Journalist Shamed for Santa Monica Cleanup Photo Berates ‘Cancel Culture’ and the ‘Social Media Mob’

Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin wrote an essay for USA Today about the video that angered everyone from LeBron James to Pink
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TikTok Stars Are Turning Swanky L.A. Mansions into ‘Content Houses’

Influencers are shacking up in some of the city's swankiest neighborhoods—to the chagrin of their neighbors
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Woman Photographed Pretending to Put Up Plywood in Santa Monica Has Reportedly Been Canned

Caught on video, she was shamed by everyone from Pink to LeBron for her self-promotional stunt

Idiot Influencers and Racist Social Media Trends Are Making Everything a Little Bit Worse

Everything from racist makeup tutorials to disgusting hashtag challenges are distracting from a civil rights movement in progress
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Hackers Are Threatening to Air Donald Trump’s Dirty Laundry

A group attempting to extort $42 million from an entertainment attorney who represents Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen claims to have dirt on the President
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Chrissy Teigen Steps Away from Twitter Amid Alison Roman Feud

The model and cookbook author took the New York Times columnist to task, but ended up summoning trolls in the process
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Ryan Murphy Has Big Plans for Pandemic Superstar and Human Delight Leslie Jordan

The character actor has become an Instagram sensation in recent weeks, and his old pal and superproducer has a new role in mind
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Axl Rose Takes on Steven Mnuchin in a Weird Twitter Feud

The Guns N' Roses frontman isn't a fan of the Treasury Secretary's travel advice