Dario Argento on Turning a Lifetime of Blood, Blades, and Pulp into High Art

The iconic Italian horror director responsible for cult-classic Suspiria tells us what scares him, how to capture those tricky death scenes, and the ritualistic nature of horror.

Five of Dario Argento’s Most Gruesome Deaths

The legendary director claimed his crown as master of the kill, when an American writer became an enthralled eyewitness to a brutal and beautiful crime in The Bird with the Crystal Plumage. Since then, the Italian director has delivered a series of eerie and gory deaths in film after film.

Ludovic de Saint Sernin Reflects on the Giddy Joy of Gender Apathy

The French fashion designer cut his teeth at Balmain before founding his namesake label.

The Coachella Festival Recap — in 14 Text Messages

Our one-time festival correspondent sends 14 dispatches from within the magical haze of JUUL smoke and LED-enlightenment that is the Coachella Music Festival.

Exit Poll: Falling Down (and Down Again) Into the Drunken Spiral of ‘Her Smell’

Sticking through the madness of Alex Ross Perry's dizzying, bourbon-induced romp, starring Elisabeth Moss and Cara Delevingne, has some payoffs.

Claire Denis is in No Rush to Make Films for You — Or Anyone, Besides Herself

The intimidating, and inimitable, French filmmaker tells us about the pivotal relationships in her career — from Agnès Varda to Robert Pattinson.

Chloë Sevigny, Billy Porter, and Cardi B’s Fur Coat: This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map

Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week — from Chloë Sevigny and Luka Sabbat at Marc Jacobs's wedding to Naomi Campbell on the subway.

Jerry Hsu Shows Us the Street Photography on His Camera Roll — Even Though He Hates the Term

Ahead of the release of his new photo book, the skater shares some of his latest street photography – even though he hates the term.

“Eating” Chicken Satay at Mr Chow with Atlanta-Based Rapper Germ

We met with the rapper at the upscale Tribeca eatery to discuss his candy diet, looking in the mirror while you’re high, and dealing with posers. He didn't like the chicken.

Jonah Hill Bonds With His Sister Beanie Feldstein, Who Is Quickly Becoming the World’s Best Friend

Everyone's favorite Hollywood siblings sit down to discuss raw emotion, self-actualization, and, more importantly, "The Simpsons."

Steve McQueen Gives Saxophonist Braxton Cook a Pep Talk for the Movies — without a Camera in Sight

After wrapping "Soundtrack of America," a five-night series of performances at New York's The Shed, the Oscar-winning director sits down with one of his favorite musicians, the saxophonist Braxton Cook.

The People VS. Bret Easton Ellis

America's last literary bad boy takes on liveral hysteria, the traps of political correctness, and "fake-woke corporate culture."

The Legendary Billy Porter Reviews 15 Trench Coats in 15 Minutes

Celebrity Market returns with actor and ball culture legend Billy Porter. Category is: trench coat eleganza.

We Sent a Photographer to Prom Night in South Florida

Photographer Gillian Laub went south to capture that moment in every high schooler’s life when doing the most is a rite of passage.

Exit Poll: Getting Converted to the Dark Side by Penny Lane’s “Hail Satan?”

A new documentary by Penny Lane has our writer fully convinced the Satanic Temple is doing the Lord's — er, the devil's — work.

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