The cool thing about living in a post-post-post(?) modern era like the 2010s is the wealth of cinema and art from which to draw inspiration from. There’s the phrase “there’s nothing new under the sun,” which is probably true, but if that’s the case, then maybe we haven’t had to
Words can not describe what you are about to witness; just press play and step in to the bugged out world called THE WHORE CHURCH (Purveyors of filth, merchants of awful, creators of the world’s greatest video Mixtape)!
On June 6th, 1928, the world, or at least the Parisian surrealist scene, was gifted something truly whacky: Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali‘s Un Chien Andalou. If this thing wasn’t made by two of the most well-known and respected creators of the surrealist movement, you would think it was just
I’m not going to even say too much, other than: here is a cult classic movie for Speed Demons. CVLT Nation now showing DEATH RACE 2000 after the jump!
Love them or hate them, you can not deny the impact that the Bones Brigade had on the 80’s. Growing up, I was not the biggest fan of this company, but after watching this film I have way more respect for them now. It’s your turn to watch Bones Brigade
Next-generation horror auteurs and “twisted twins” Jen and Sylvia Soska carved out a name for themselves on the thick hide of the film industry with the release of their first film, Dead Hooker in a Trunk. Inspired by Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk Til Dawn, El Mariachi) and his DIY guide to