Here’s What People Will Be Drinking at the Oscars
As part of a multi-year agreement with the Oscars, the champagne manufacturer will be supplying 1,000 magnums this year for use at the ceremony, the Governor’s Ball, and related events like the nominee luncheon.
Nitehawk Truffle Popcorn
Regular movie theater popcorn is taken to a whole new level with savory truffle oil and bright citric acid.
This Man Is Trying to Ban Popcorn from Movie Theaters
The 39-year-old radio presenter from Newcastle, England has done the unthinkable. He has started a petition to ban the sale of popcorn in British movie theaters.
Will Ecto Cooler Ever Make a Triumphantly Slimy Return?
Hi-C's Ecto Cooler, released as a drinkable tie-in for <i>The Real Ghostbusters</i>, has acquired a bizarre amount of cult fandom over the past two decades.
How 'Jurassic Park' Nearly Drove the Chilean Sea Bass to Extinction
The tale of how one line in a dinosaur movie led to the gross overfishing of a cheap, aspirationally named toothfish is pretty crazy. Hold on to your butts.
Why Sad Movies Make You Eat More Popcorn and Candy
Sure, you might have accidentally finished a whole package of Oreos while watching The Notebook, but who’s counting? Well, scientists are.
That Crazy "Instant Bread" in 'Star Wars' Is Real and Actually Edible
Thought it was CGI? So did everybody else. But nope—what you see is pretty much what you get. Here's how the special effects team did it.
Flavours With Subtitles: 8 ½
Tim Richmond—chef at Melbourne's cinema-eatery Longplay—turns the classic 1963 film <i>8 ½</i> into three Fellini-inspired dishes.
Flavours with Subtitles: Delicatessen
What if Caro & Jeunet's cannibal-themed classic, Delicatessen, was a three course meal? That's the question Tim Richmond, chef at Melbourne eatery/cinema Longplay, tries to answer in this first episode of Flavours With Subtitles.
Julia Roberts Must Save Mystic Pizza from Its Cruel Owner
The world-famous—OK, film-famous—eatery known as Mystic Pizza has been stiffing its employees for years, paying them less than minimum wage and not properly compensating them for overtime. We need Julia Roberts to step in and fight the good fight.
There’s a New Food Movie Out—and It Doesn’t Suck
For all you ungrateful urchins who have no idea what to do for their mothers tomorrow, Jon Favreau is here to help. His new film, <i>Chef</i>, just hit theaters yesterday and it’s got all the fixings for a great mom date.
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