For every successful foray into Hollywood there’s 100 cash-strapped nightmares making use of ingenuity and offal. The rogue visionaries with a passion for film so strong that no empty pocket could ever prevent them from sharing their goopy artistry.
A lifetime of alienation from my peers and reluctant obsession with death had turned me into some kind of stoic mutant, able to see in the metaphorical dark. It felt good to say that I had been preparing for this my whole life, whether or not it was true.
The long, strange trip through grief, horror, shock and sleaze that brought cartoonist Corinne Halbert to her psychosexual, nunsploitation anti-heroine.
Club Quarantine became the place to be when you couldn’t really be anywhere at all. With lessons from lockdowns, the party ensemble plans to make partying more accessible to all.
When Bre Upton first joined TikTok it was simply as a means to curb quarantine-born boredom. Now her tutorials on zine making have over six million views. How ‘Zinetok’ is uniting DIY-ers around the world.
A contentious court battle could define how much control major publishing houses have on our digital landscape and the future of libraries.
The Racer Trash film collective is dead, but its tire tracks remain streaked across the fringes of cinema.
“How can we quantify all that’s been stolen from us? How can we forgive the failures of our governments and our economic system whose callousness, greed, and jingoistic competitiveness made this all so much worse than it could have been?”
Lurking beneath Famous Monsters and Fangoria, a brood of horror zines rose from the ink and grime. Learn the history of Psychotronic Video, Sleazoid Express and the Gore Gazette within… THE HALL OF HORROR ZINES!
We chat with Jay Stephens about small town mysteries, the gruesome side of Casper and their Doug Wright Award winning horror series Dwellings.
Laraine Herring and Omisade Burney-Scott demystify menopause and embrace the crone in projects that span zines, podcasts, protests, generations and dimensions.
We spoke with writer Victoria Hetherington about her dystopian novel Autonomy, chatroom romance and how the future got rigged.