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How fits the noose around democracy? An eye-opening look at the true state of American politics and culture today, by David McGowan.
Think you know British cinema? Think again.
Propels the reader into the British indie music scene of the late 1980s, rock and roll excess, the last gasp of independent record labels and the burgeoning techno/sample craze via two seminal bands of the era.
The Watergate scandal was a horror show. What better way to satirize it than with a horror movie? A fascinating minute-by-minute exploration of many uncanny connections between The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Watergate.
A latter-day Journal of the Plague Year. Rekindles our ties with culture, and affirms friendship, empathy and love.
“Everyone knew I had it coming, even me.”
The global post-industrial underground scene, with a focus on the dark ambient, death industrial, heavy electronics and power electronics.
Hong Kong films ripped through kung fu stereotypes in the 80s/90s. Here’s the definitive tome on stunt hazards, pistol ballets, snarky gangsters and toothsome molls, hopping vampires, and Hong Kong noir.
“I’m personally against seeing my pictures and statues in the streets, but it’s what the people want.”
Saparmurat Niyazov, dictator of Turkmenistan
Brooklyn, 1955-64: A boy learns about life and death from the WWII vets and Holocaust survivors who surround him.
Part memoir, part film criticism, this book looks at the affect New York and New Jersey theatre audiences had on films as much as it is a book about exploitation films.
A rare insider’s view of the post-industrial music underground.
An introduction to the art of filmmaking for you, the budding filmmaker. It is also the very funny story of Smile Orange and VHS British filmmaking.
For fans of old Times Square and midnight, cult, horror, and exploitation movies.
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.