The Anti-Christ is here on Earth - and he needs to find a spa! From underground gothic filmmaker Lisa Hammer (Pus$bucket, "The Venture Bros") comes a touching Anti-Christ coming-of-age tale.
Hailed by The Comics Journal as a "perversely pure, single-minded commitment to vileness" and by VICE magazine as "important", Johnny Ryan's PRISON PIT is an animated adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel PRISON PIT: Book One. Learn More
In Voices of a People's History of the United States, Zinn and Anthony Arnove selected testimonies - speeches, letters, poems, songs, petitions, and manifestos - of people throughout U.S. history who struggled against slavery, racism, and war, against oppression and exploitation, and who articulated a vision for a better world. Learn More
In RiP: A Remix Manifesto, Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers. Learn More
When popular horror actress Rebecca Raven (M. Mundae) gets the axe from the ‘B’ movie studio that made her a household name, she travels to the country for some rest and relaxation…and a bloody confrontation with a flesh-starved zombie hungry to bite off more than it can swallow. Learn More
Onimata Kan is famous for two things: a successful career writing S&M erotica, and hosting the erotic gatherings aboard what has come to be known as the Slave Ship, where the main attraction is the auctioning of the services of sexual partners willing to fulfill any desire. Learn More
A group of friends comes to party at a backwoods house where a legacy of brutality awaits. But within this minimalist '80s melange of food-fights, feathered hair and abusive slow-motion, lurks a relentless synth score, bizarre sexual subtexts, and a disturbing shape-shifting behemoth killer.
Within days after the release of Negativland's clever parody of U2 and Casey Kasem, recording industry giant Island Records descended upon the band with a battery of lawyers intent on erasing the piece from the history of rock music. Learn More
Osamu Tezuka has often been called “the god of manga” and “the Walt Disney of Japan,” but he was far more than that. Tezuka was Walt Disney, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Tim Burton, and Carl Sagan all rolled into one incredibly prolific creator, changing the face of Japanese culture forever.
Best known for Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion, Tezuka was instrumental in developing Japanese animation and modern manga comics. Learn More