I recently watched the must-see documentary DEAD HANDS DIG DEEP (written by Spencer Heath and Jai Love, and directed by Jai Love) that was about one of America’s most fucked in the head bands that goes by the name of KETTLE CADAVER. Their frontman, Edwin Borsheim, inflicted harm on himself that made GG Allin seem like a wimp –
Twisted minds, The Taboo, The Unknown, Pushing Sexual Boundaries are the kinds of thoughts that come to my mind when I think about where certain punks went creatively in the mid 80’s. I was a teenager when I realized that the older heads around me were into shit that I just
The Rubble Kings documentary is an unreal look at 1970’s NYC street gangs. Check out this film and go back to a time when youth culture was pure rebellion!
“It’ll Take a Black One to Move Me!” – 5 Overlooked Black Horror Films So spit Chuck D. in the immortal Public Enemy song “Burn, Hollywood, Burn!” and today I’d like to honor that combination of furious independence and Black History by examining some Black Horror films that I think
All the Colors of Giallo: Blood, Sex, the Occult, and Heaping Loads of 70’s Weirdness What is a Giallo? Basically, it’s a type of Italian thriller, a movie concerned with crime and violence and, most of all, murder. They were a highly stylistic kind of film that had their heyday