by Colin Marshall Few midcentury cultural figures would at first seem to have as little in common as Andy Warhol and Alfred Hitchcock. Sure, they both made films, but how straight a line can even the farthest-reaching cinema theorists draw between, say, Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) and Warhol’s Vinyl (1965)? Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963) and Warhol’s Empire (1964)? Yet not only did both of […]Read More Andy Warhol Interviews Alfred Hitchcock (1974)
Glory Daze in the Limelight! Micheal Alig was one of those people who spent a very unhappy childhood in South Bend, Indiana because he couldn’t fit in. He was bullied, humiliated, laughed at beaten and so forth.Back then you either went to LA or New York. He went to the latter just that he could be […]Read More The Life and Crimes of Micheal Alig
PRAYER OF THE HOLY DEATH Lord, before Your Divine Presence God Almighty, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I ask for your permission to invoke the Holy Death. My White daughter. I want to humbly ask, that you break and destroy all spells and darkness that may present itself before my persona, in my home, and […]Read More SANTA MUERTE
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam Elisa Lam was a 21-year-old Canadian student at the British Columbia University in Vancouver although she was not registered when she left her home in January 2013 for a trip to Southern California. Reported missing since the beginning of the month by her worried parents whom she talked to everyday, her naked […]Read More Unsolved Case File/The Cecil Hotel
Thelema Now! host Frater Puck discusses William S. Burroughs, possession, synchronicities and chaos magick in a new documentary short from Imperium Pictures. I have read the biography ”Call Me Burroughs‘‘ by Barry Miles and I was delighted from start to end as the book mentions frequently The Ugly Spirit. I have talked about it […]Read More Wiliam Burroughs: The Possessed
Explosive New Evidence Suggests the Punk Rocker May Have Been Innocent The murky half-light of a bleak New York winter’s morning had yet to penetrate the small rear bedroom of an airless apartment in the city’s bohemian Greenwich Village. Stepping over empty bottles and half-eaten plates of spaghetti (the untidy remnants of the previous night’s […]Read More Did Sid Really Kill Nancy?