"Mangus!" recalls the outrageous trailer-trash scenarios of seminal '70s works by John Waters (who duly makes a cameo appearance).
A patently abrasive, deliberately cruddy-looking mock-documentary.
New Line Cinema has made a deal with "Hairspray" creator John Waters to write a treatment for a sequel to summer 2007's hit musical feature.
In the beginning, Divine played the role of Edna Turnblad. And the first day on the set of "Hairspray," I didn't recognize him. I thought it was another neighborhood woman watching the shoot. We were…
John Water's world comes full circle as "Hairspray" travels from H'wood to B'way and back.
The front cover of the "Pink Flamingos" DVD box proudly quotes the pic's original Daily Variety review: "One of the most vile, stupid and repulsive film ever made." More than 30 years later, this…
Diehard John Waters fans who've been lamenting the director's detour in recent years from his subversive bad-taste roots into tamer territory will be appeased by gleeful filth and outrageousness. A…
A sentimental movie may sound like a contradiction in terms for shockmeister John Waters, but that's precisely what his latest film, "Pecker," is.
Divine, also known as Babs Johnson, is a 300 lb drag queen of grotesque proportions who holds the title 'the filthiest person in the world'. Vying for the title are Connie and Raymond Marble, who…