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Torture Demons: Japanese Hell Paintings

by Akai Jigoku

The Jigoku-zoshi ("Hell Scrolls") and similar documents from the 12th century onwards are amongst the earliest, and bloodiest, accounts of human carnage in Japanese art. Victims are burned, drowned in blood...


L'Age D'Or: A Film By Luis Bunuel & Salvador Dali

by Robert Short

L'AGE D'OR (1929), the second film by Surrealists Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí, remains as shocking now as on its debut with its images of sexual mania, violence, cruelty, filth, and wanton destruction. It...


Gathering of the Tribe: Music and Heavy Conscious Creation

by Mark Goodall

This is a fascinating overview of music's intriguing and enduring relationship with the dark side. Much of the music discussed in Gathering Of The Tribe deals with the special power of sound and tone. Frank...


Offbeat: British Cinema's Curiosities, Obscurities and Forgotten Gems

by Julian Upton

Critics may sing from an over familiar hymn sheet of so-called ‘cult films', but there remains an epoch of British cinema still awaiting discovery that is every bit as provocative and deserving of attention....


Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Fare of the 1960s & 1970s

by Scott Stine

A loving look at "disposable” horror culture from the 1960s and 1970s. Over two glorious decades the horror film waged war on good taste, exploiting every taboo and bursting every envelope along the way....


Freaks: A Film By Tod Browning

by Jack Hunter

FREAKS (1932) is the sensational horror movie that dared to use real-life "human anomalies" in its tale of greed, betrayal and retribution in a travelling carnival. Dwarfs, pinheads, and the limbless are just...


Maniac Eyeball: The Unspeakable Confessions Of Salvador Dali

by Salvador Dali & Andre Parinaud

Maniac Eyeball contains the frank and uncensored confessions of Salvador Dalí, from his childhood and first adolescent sexual experiences to his emergence as a painter, Surrealist, and eventually the most famous...


Speed Destruction Noise War: Futurist Manifestos 1909-15

by F.T. Marinetti & Luigi RUSSOLO

Founded in 1909 by the Italian writer Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Futurism was a radical art and social movement that glorified modernistic concepts of speed, destruction, noise, machines, cities and war. Marinetti's...


Artaud: The Screaming Body: Film, Drawings, Recordings 1924-1948

by Stephen Barber

Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) remains one of the most inspirational, provocative and challenging figures in world-wide contemporary culture. His trajectory extends from the Surrealist movement, to the Theatre of...


Classic Ukiyo-e Tattoo

by Utagawa Kunisada & Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Some of the most striking and influential Japanese woodblock prints from the Edo and Meiji periods are those with designs within designs, as artists produced portraits of actors, samurai, outlaws and other marginal...


Yokai Wars: Demonic Manga by Kyosai

by Kawanabe Kyosai

Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889) was an artist of eclectic styles, but remains perhaps best known for his personal pantheon of demons, Hell creatures and night monsters, which he drew in ever-more elaborate configurations,...


Suikoden Heroes: Yoshitoshi's

by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

The Suikoden was first popularized in Japanese art by Katsushika Hokusai, in a series of illustrated books starting in 1806, and then by Utagawa Kuniyoshi in a set of 74 woodblock prints dating from 1827-1830....


Hijikata: Revolt Of The Body

by Stephen Barber

Tatsumi Hijikata (1928-86) invented the revolutionary performance art 'Ankoku Butoh' - now celebrated worldwide as one of the most innovative and haunting contemporary art forms. Hijikata is the supreme figure...


BETTIE PAGE 1: Adult Foto Files 1

by Gus Parfrey

Bettie (sometime spelt Betty) Page remains the ultimate icon of 1950s glamour photography. Her daring photo sessions with photographers such as Bunny Yeager and, especially, Irving Klaw, made her the most recognizable...


Brigitte Lahaie: Adult Movie Files 2

by Gus Parfrey

Brigitte Lahaie (born on 12 October 1955) began her film career at age 15 , and went on to perform in erotic and pornographic films from 1976 uintil 1980, at which point she quit the hardcore business. During...


Paris Pussy 2: Outdoors

by Jean Le Baptiste

In the Paris of the early 1960s, a host of French glamour magazines sprang up, featuring voluptuous nude pin-up girls plucked from the streets and thrust in front of hungry cameras in sleazy backstreet studios,...


Leonard Maltin's 2014 Movie Guide

by Leonard Maltin

Summer blockbusters and independent sleepers; masterworks of Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, and Martin Scorsese; the timeless comedy of the Marx Brothers and Buster Keaton; animated classics from Walt Disney...


Don't You Forget About Me: Contemporary Writers on the Films of John Hughes

by Jaime Clarke & Ally Sheedy

No one captured the teen portion of the eighties as poignantly as writer-director John Hughes. Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Weird Science, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Some Kind of Wonderful...


Rock and Roll Stories

by Lynn Goldsmith

The story of rock lives in Lynn Goldsmith's photographs. After coming of age in the Midwest in the tumultuous 1960s, she crashed the music scene in New York and emerged as one of its leading image-makers. She...


Watermelon Wine: The Spirit of Country Music

by Frye Gaillard

Originally published in 1978, Watermelon Wine received honest, unsentimental examination of the compassion as well as the passion behind authentic country music. A quarter-century later, the essays in the book...