Issue #69, “Deep Cuts”, features articles by Soyoung Yoon and Ryan Conrath, a studio visit with Pat O’Neill, a conversation between Cauleen Sm..(read more)
In the second half of the 1970s, Alfred Kaiser was entirely unknown to the film world when he went public with two films, namely “A Third Reich” (19..(read more)
In Dutch. A Philip K. Dick special. Interview with William Lustig, Stonerhorror, Captive State, Psycho, and much much more.
A nice gift to cinema lovers who like to explore alternative ways of interpreting the moving image, by means of a social, playful activity.
In 1965, the experimental filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek (1927–1984) unveiled his Movie-Drome, made from the repurposed top of a grain silo. VanDerBeek envisioned ..(read more)
“…this unclassifiable artist-alchemist of celluloid, author of the most fantastic visions in French cinema.” – Vincent Ostria, Cahiers d..(read more)
New release on DVD+Bluray of this groundbreaking work from 1958. It’s 40 minutes long, has no sound and was originally on 16 mm. “The great achievement ..(read more)
Schokkend Nieuws, in Dutch. Extra thick issue this time. 60 pages of horror, science fiction, fantasy and cult! Including an indepth essay by Roel Haanen trying..(read more)
Devoted to artists’ cinema in the black box, the white cube, on the screen, in the streets and public places; film, video, other media, digital, analog, e..(read more)
Extreme Cinema examines the highly stylized treatment of sex and violence in post-millennial transnational cinema, where the governing convention is not the nar..(read more)