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Masters of Disguise Mixtape
Public Nuisance 394.26
Every year, hordes of dudes in red descend on American cities as the drunkest of Santas.
Amateur disguises rarely help home invasions go smoothly.
I Was a Winner
An unusual, depressing short about four people who have spent most of their time living as digital avatars.
Robbing a bank in friendly-looking face paint can be a successful strategy, as it turns out.
It’s a simple story of a loser dude with big dreams, a hyperrealistic mask, and plans that go way, way south.
The oral history of how a determined Chicago reporter convinced her boss to do something that hadn’t been done before—to create a fake business with a real location.
The True Crime Story Behind a 1970 Cult Feminist Film Classic
The only film that Barbara Loden ever made, Wanda, is now considered to be a masterpiece. Here is the true story behind the fiction.