The Weirdest Things You Never Knew About The Making Of Repo Man

Repo Man came out 30 years ago, but it remains one of the weirdest, and most beloved, cult movies of all time. But how did this genre-smashing comedy, about a punk kid who starts repossessing cars only to find one very special car, ever get made in the first place? Join us on a look inside the strange journey of Repo » 12/19/14 8:00am 12/19/14 8:00am

Iggy Pop Is Indeed Playing A Serial Killer In Dario Argento's New Film

Italian horror master Dario Argento made his mark with gorgeously gory films like Suspiria, Inferno, Deep Red, and Tenebre. His creative heyday (late 1970s to the mid-1980s) may be over (though 2007's Mother of Tears had its moments) — but the 74-year-old's latest boasts a bit of stunt casting so intriguing, it just… » 12/10/14 2:40pm 12/10/14 2:40pm

Psychotic robot heads are a girl's worst friend in the techno thriller …

In Richard Stanley's post-apocalyptic techno-thriller Hardware (1990), Dylan McDermott plays Moses, an aptly named desert wanderer who scavenges the wasteland for salvage. On his way to visit his industrial artist girlfriend Jill (Stacey Travis), Moses and his sidekick Shades (John Lynch) purchase a mysterious robot… » 11/17/12 12:30pm 11/17/12 12:30pm

Iggy Pop's entire Star Trek acting career, in under 3 minutes

In the 1970s, beanpole rock legend Iggy Pop provided animalistic shrieks for his band The Stooges, whipped his genitalia out, and rolled around in broken glass and bloody peanut butter. And in 1997, Pop would guest-star on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine at the request of DS9 bigwig Ira Steven Behr (below). » 8/02/12 1:15pm 8/02/12 1:15pm

What if Iggy Pop was Kamandi the Last Boy on Earth?

Over at the ever-entertaining Comic Twart, illustrator Tom Fowler and colorist Kyle Latino have realized that Stooges-era Iggy Pop had some interesting parallels with Jack Kirby's Last Boy on Earth. This would have been my third favorite Iggy Pop film role, right after Yelgrun and The Adventures of Pete and Pete. » 11/06/11 10:10am 11/06/11 10:10am

The Rock Stars Align for Vampire Comedy "Suck"

Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, and Moby come out to play in the first trailer for vampire comedy Suck, about a struggling rock band that finds vampirism might be their ticket to the top of the charts. » 8/13/09 4:13pm 8/13/09 4:13pm