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You may remember how a week or so ago we were nerding out all over the place about the beautiful reality of getting to spend 10 consecutive days at NY's Film Society watching every little thing that filth king John Waters has made to date. Well, it's all over now, and while we didn't exactly plant butts in seats for all 10 days (turns out 65th street is REALLY far from Brooklyn) we did see, and experience, some pretty choice events. Read More
What better way to close out a hot, sticky summer spent roaming the feces-littered streets of NYC than with hours and hours of "filth" from the master himself, John Waters?The Film Society of Lincoln Center will be hosting a retrospective of his films that's being called, "50 Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?"  I for one am so happy I could shit. The retrospective runs from September 5th-14th and kicks off with an opening night showing of Female Trouble, and a Q&A with John moderated by film critic J. Read More
When it comes to Santa, I can take him or leave him. Instead, the guy who REALLY gets me in the holiday spirit is John Waters. Widely considered “The Pope of Trash,” the cult filmmaker, writer, and raconteur extraordinaire has made his acclaimed one-man show A John Waters Christmas his trademark live event for years. And this time around, his smutty sleigh is pulling up to a new Hell’s Kitchen N.Y.C. Read More
It’s late afternoon on a Tuesday and actress Mink Stole has stopped cleaning her apartment to answer my phone call. “How fine can a person be when she’s washing floors?” she responds when I ask her how she’s feeling. Read More
If you haven't seen this, you're seriously missing out.  Tina Fey wants YOU to watch this video.  A bunch of BUST's homies (including the aforementioned Amy, Amanda, and Courtney) sent us adorbs birthday wishes, and we simply couldn't resist sharing it with you: {source}<!-- "Video For Everybody" http://camendesign.com/code/video_for_everybody --><video controls="controls" poster="http://d35pxgpouktq1j.cloudfront.net/20th/poster.jpg" width="460" height="259"> <source src="http://d1pd7mte7wt4fn.cloudfront.net/20th/20th. Read More
To get everyone pumped for BUST's 20th Anniversary Extravaganza, some of our favorite people sent us sweet--and often hilarious--birthday greetings! Watch John Waters, Kathleen Hanna, Tavi Gevinson, Courtney Love, and TINA EFFING FEY (among others) wish BUST a happy 20th:       If you liked this, you'll LOVE our lineup! Tickets start at $35 and are goin' fast. Read More

L.I.P John Waters

BY Tess Duncan in General

A joke news website published an article today claiming that legendary filmmaker John Waters had passed away at the age of 67. The Internet was all atwitter for a hot second, but a quick Google search would show that the report was fake. The headline reads, “Acclaimed Cult Filmmaker, John Waters...Drops Dead at 67!” The author of the post, Nigel Covington, replied to furious and amused commenters alike, claiming that the title itself should have given away that it was not real. Insider contacted Waters today to confirm his non-death. Read More
Feeling nostalgic for the sleepovers of your youth? Wish you could spend some quality time with your girlfriends and a great movie? We've got the party for you! Tonight at Videology in Brooklyn, BUST Magazine is proud to present the first installment of PAJAMARAMA!, an ongoing series of classic slumber party films selected by super cool women of note. It's the grown-up slumber party you've been dreaming of: drinks, dancing, and a fierce flick from a bygone era. Read More
Having never lived in the suburbs, I view them as extremely foreign yet undeniably romanticized. But unique visions of life in suburbia come alive in Ssion's latest music video, "Earthquake," which was filmed in Kansas City, the hometown of the band's lead singer Cody Critcheloe. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of peeping a Ssion (pronounced shun) video or hearing one of their tunes, the best way I can think to describe them is as something between a cheesy queer discotheque and the inside of John Waters’ dreams. Read More