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Singalongacharlie: The Music of Charles Manson

Singalongacharlie: The Music of Charles Manson

While everyone knows of ‘Charles Manson’ few have actually listened to his recordings. Music is the glue that sticks Manson to his friends, his fellow travellers, his ‘Family’, his enemies ... Read More
Death on Film International Conference

Death on Film International Conference

Scenes from the 2019 Offscreen Film Festival, Brussels. Nova Cinema. Photos of the Nova foyer by David Kerekes Death on Film International Conference Nova Cinema Belgium - 23 March 2019 ... Read More
Finding Antonio

Finding Antonio

One of the most controversial artists of the British adult comic movement in the 1970s and 1980s, ANTONIO GHURA created and self-published some of the funniest, most outrageous comics ever ... Read More
Twin Donut, Or A Note From The Author

Twin Donut, Or A Note From The Author

It took JOHN SZPUNAR over twenty years to write this book. He thought it would be about a New York filmmaker, Joel M. Reed. It kind of is. I started ... Read More
Magic Morning Wood

Magic Morning Wood

Clive Davies, the author of the film reviews book, Spinegrinder: The Movies Most Critics Won't Write About, now co-hosts a film podcast. Whereas the reviews in his book are very ... Read More
This Will be a New Beginning

This Will be a New Beginning

How long is long in the music business? STEPHEN LEE NAISH looks at a future Manic Street Preachers. This will be a new beginning This will be a time for ... Read More
A Few Questions On The Manic Street Preachers

A Few Questions On The Manic Street Preachers

Author STEPHEN LEE NAISH answers a few questions on the Manic Street Preachers and why the album, Know Your Enemy. HEADPRESS: Why a book on this album, Know Your Enemy? ... Read More
Re-jigging Know Your Enemy

Re-jigging Know Your Enemy

'I want to present a kind of alternative universe version of the record'. STEPHEN LEE NAISH talks Manic Street Peachers. Complaints about Manic Street Preachers’ sixth record Know Your Enemy ... Read More
The Silent Walk

The Silent Walk

Eight months after the Grenfell high-rise tragedy in London, H. E. SAWYER joins the monthly walk that is part memorial, part silent protest. It’s a vile Valentine’s Day evening, cold ... Read More
Tsunami on VHS Cassette

Tsunami on VHS Cassette

Glastonbury 99 was missing a spark. Stephen Lee Naish muses on the Manic Street Preachers In the summer of 1999, Manic Street Preachers headlined the prestigious Glastonbury music festival. More ... Read More