Jam-packed with rare photographs, advertisements, and VHS sleeves (most of which have never been seen), an edifying, laugh-out-loud guide through the dusty inventory of the greatest video store that never existed.
The first and final word on the story of the horror film fanzine — a literary Wild West — from its roots in the mimeographed sci-fi mags of the 1930s to today’s prozines and blogs.
Charting the rise of sleazy pulp fiction — and questionable nonfiction — from the 1940s onward, Hip Pocket Sleaze examines the erotic and enduringly shocking works of an era when print was king and kinky.
The global post-industrial underground scene, with a focus on the dark ambient, death industrial, heavy electronics and power electronics.
The very strange but nevertheless true story of the dark underbelly of a 1960s hippie utopia.
The only biography of legendary scriptwriter Nigel Kneale, fully revised & updated.
A book about Joy Division fans written by Joy Division fans.
When the Movie of the Week ruled the airwaves!
The first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
Think you know British cinema? Think again.
In her first blog post for Headpress, Lakkaya Palmer explores the representation of monstrous mothers and children in Alice, Sweet Alice, and argues for the film as a key entry in the 1970s ‘family horror’ canon.
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