An amalgamation of educational drama and grade-Z science fiction that was the first ever non-documentary film made expressly for IMAX
Many will disagree, but I say it’s a fact that my book reviews have in many cases helped inspire cults
From Germany, a failed attempt at artsploitation that was completed in 1975 but not released until two years later–and then promptly forgotten!
It’s an unfortunate fact that some of the most memorable books written by the late Charles Willeford also happen to be among the most elusive
Amid the inexplicable success of LA LA LAND, I think it’s a good time to look back at a like-minded film whose fortunes weren’t nearly as rosy.
Certainly THE NEW NEIGHBOR showcases nearly all its author’s strengths…and, yes, a few of his weaknesses.
This profusely illustrated limited edition 2010 hardcover (which is already a collector’s item) was promoted as the definitive edition of this “neglected masterpiece,” featuring a newly written introduction by Colin Wilson and 12 short stories and a nonfiction piece by Visiak.
LOVE SONG is part of the pornographic cycle penned by the famous sci-fi author, Philip Jose Farmer, which includes better-known works like IMAGE OF THE BEAST, BLOWN and A FEAST UNKNOWN. This novel, LOVE SONG, is easily the best of the bunch — a defiantly unique, psychologically astute and, naturally, very dirty concoction.
LORD HORROR was never reprinted after its initial run (a large portion of which was confiscated by British police), making this one of the rarest and most sought-after horror novels of all time, and the most famous entry in Savoy Books’ multi-media Lord Horror saga.
Those lucky few who’ve read Arlette Ryvers’ translation of JEANNE’S JOURNAL all seem to exhibit similarly awe-struck reactions, and having finally gotten around to experiencing this pervy masterwork myself, I fully understand the adulation.