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Why would anyone want to visit sites touched by death in the first place?
A critical analysis of the career of the Manic Street Preachers and their 2001 record Know Your Enemy.
“The Mondo Cane films were an important key to what was going on in the media landscape of the 1960s, especially post the JFK assassination. Nothing was true, and nothing was untrue…” J.G. Ballard from his Introduction
Interviews with fifty-two of the most radical people in the world.
The entire run of Antonio Ghura’s Self-Published Underground Comix
Think the Weekly World News if every word was true.
The only biography of legendary scriptwriter Nigel Kneale, fully revised & updated.
When the Movie of the Week ruled the airwaves!
“Morrissey perhaps was seduced by LA like most people who are not from here, lured by the nostalgia of old Hollywood or perhaps simple sunshine.”
The first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
A book about Joy Division fans written by Joy Division fans.
A unique insight into some of the strangest stories this world has to offer.
“I thought I was desensitized. I’m not. No hope for humanity… I feel like my quest is over.” — Comment online in reaction to the video, 3 Guys 1 Hammer
A journey into the fantastique world of the blood, erotica and lesbian vampires of “outsider” filmmaker Jean Rollin.
Adult coloring books are a big deal. The art in this one is cooler than most.
She is Santa Muerte — the personification of death — worshipped by the infamous drug cartels.