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On Fight Your Own War
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Interview with editor/contributor Jennifer Wallis on Fight Your Own War: Power Electronics and Noise Culture, the first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
 
Fight Your Own War Extract
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Fight Your Own War: Power Electronics and Noise Culture. The first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
 
Fight Your Own War Trailer
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Fight Your Own War: Power Electronics and Noise Culture. The first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
 
Gothic Tourism
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Gothic Tourism is one of several books published as part of the ‘Palgrave Gothic’ series, aimed not only at academics but a more general readership. Here, author Emma McEvoy examines everything from waxwork museums to ghost walks to ask what Gothic tourism is and how Gothic works as a touristic mode.
 
Live Review: Anthropophagous
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I swore off going to screenings of video nasties a few years ago. Living in London, it increasingly seemed like you couldn’t go to the cinema to watch any horror film made before 1990 without sitting through the accompanying guffaws and knowing snorts of much of the audience.
 
Dead: A Celebration of Mortality
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Dead: A Celebration of Mortality contains 52 short essays to coincide with the Saatchi Gallery’s 2015 exhibition of the same name. Charles Saatchi is no stranger to controversy...
 
DeathTripping - Sadisterotika
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Deathtripping, formed in 2006, offer up a respectable catalogue of ‘recycled music from the gutters of the mind’ (their words). Review by Jennifer Wallis.
 
Church of Misery - Thy Kingdom Scum
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Since their formation in 1995, Church of Misery have presented fans with a successful package that melds their love of Black Sabbath, Blue Öyster Cult, et al with a bloody serial killer thread.
 
The Bridge
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There's been a lot of talk of death film in the Kerekes-Wallis household lately, with the breaking case of alleged pretty-boy psycho Luka Magnotta coming just in time for putting the finishing touches to the new edition of Killing for Culture.
 
Adjust Your Tracking
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Dan Kinem is co-founder of VHShitfest, a website dedicated to all things VHS, and co-director – with fellow tape-hound, Levi ‘Dabeedo’ Peretic – of a new documentary about the format. JENNIFER WALLIS speaks to Dan about collecting and the documentary, Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector.
 
Fright Night vs Fright Night
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Ask me which film defined my childhood, growing up in the 80s and 90s, and it won't be The Breakfast Club or Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead.
 
Gurozuka
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The film follows a group of girls to a forest retreat where they plan to work on the latest project of their private film club (no, not that kind of film club...).
 
Visits
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The portmanteau format has become a staple of Asian horror films – possibly the only place it remains – though mercifully not always in Kwaidan proportions.
 
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