Forgotten Films – Sinemags

A few shots from a forgotten/never seen 60s softcore/nudie/roughie. CINEROTIC MagazineVol 1 No 5, 1969The All-Girl Issue, packed with reviews and photos from the various Fanny Hill movies. Here are photos from the obscure women in prison movie Caged Desires. I gauge this type of movie by how intense the prison guards look and this one looks like she can hold down any cellblock without any problem. You never know what’s going to drop in the online shop. Continue reading Forgotten Films – Sinemags

UNDERGROUND SEX PAPERS & R. CRUMB

The sex paper, KISS, was described by the New York Times as “so countercultural that it made The Village Voice look like a church circular.” Kiss was an underground adult newspaper founded in 1969 by Joel Fabricant, Dean Latimer and Peter Mikalajunas, all of whom worked at The East Village Other. The titillating and artsy paper was the most well known of the several East Village Other spinoff magazines and often featured the work and contributions of R. Crumb, Kim Deitch, Kenneth Anger and Warhol Superstars such as Ondine. The paper was padded out with sexual imagery, erotic fiction and … Continue reading UNDERGROUND SEX PAPERS & R. CRUMB

Psychotronic Magazine #1

Psychotronic NEVER gets old and the information and insight that is packed into every issue remains valuable and insightful for any fan of genre movies and unusual cinema in general. This is the premier issue of the magazine that was spawned from Michael J. Weldon’s NYC-based fanzine of the same name. Fortuntely, the magazine remains affordable and I try keep them stocked in the online shop. A truly essential part of a good zine collection and film lovers library. PSYCHOTRONIC #1, 1989. Featuring John Carradine as Uncle Sam on the cover, looking a little worse for the wear. Also includes … Continue reading Psychotronic Magazine #1

MURDER CAN BE FUN zine

MURDER CAN BE FUN was one of the most entertaining zines to come out of the 80s-90s. Each issue was filled with fascinating true crime stories and examples of human failure. Well researched and thoughtfully compiled, most issues kept to a theme that ranged from Zoo Deaths, Death at Disneyland, Musical Mayhem or evil, bad seed kids—always with a bit of cheeky humor mingling with the dark details. John Marr published this memorable zine out of San Francisco and it ran from 1986-2007 resulting in twenty issues. See the online shop for issues currently in stock! Continue reading MURDER CAN BE FUN zine

The Deprogrammer #2 – Mind Control – Propaganda – Esotericism

Happy to be issuing issue #2 of The Deprogrammer! A newsletter of Philosophy, Mind Control, Propaganda and Esoteric Knowledge. Virtue is the main theme of The Deprogrammer #2. I also talk a bit about authenticity and some of the delusion attached to it. This issue also includes what I hope to be a regular feature, a stand alone insert zine called Victims of Cinema which covers predictive programming, symbolism and conditioning in movies and television. Free PDF copies are available by request. By joining the mailing list, you will receive each issue in your mailbox at no cost. PRINTED copies … Continue reading The Deprogrammer #2 – Mind Control – Propaganda – Esotericism

Gypsee Eyes, 2011. Magic Occult/Lesbian Art Photography Zine

TWO ISSUES! Beautifully produced and designed photography/art zine.GYPSE EYES, 2011The Magic Issue. Visually arresting occult imagery and theme throughout the magazine including a full spread oracle ala Ouija Board, full spread pentagram. All art in black and white to work with the occult ideas of polarity, light and dark, good and evil. 56 pages.  11″ x 17″Newsprint, B/W. Cond: VG. Has a fold as issued. GYPSE EYES, 2011 30 pages. 8 1/2″ X 11″All Color. SOLD. Continue reading Gypsee Eyes, 2011. Magic Occult/Lesbian Art Photography Zine

The Sabbath #1; Horror Fanzine 1976

The Sabbath No.1 (1976)Stapled; 54 pagesPremier issue of a rare horror fanzine called The Sabbath, signed by the publisher/editor.A rare and passionate effort from a fan keen on Hammer Horror and the associated stars of those gothic horror films. No information provided on where it originated, but my guess is somewhere on the East Coast of the US. There is a stapled in Editorial page that is signed by the publisher Mark Richmond as well as a charming if odd inscription to his mother next to a full page drawing of Ingrid Pitt.Includes reviews of non-Hammer and current at the … Continue reading The Sabbath #1; Horror Fanzine 1976