Let The Corpses Tan. — J Everett is the editor and publisher of APOCALYPSE CONFIDENTIAL, co-host of the ELLROY BOYS podcast and tweets as BLAUERGEIST!
You cannot conceive of anything you've never seen. Why do you think all our fantasies of aliens are anthropomorphic? Is it because it's true? Or because none of us have ever seen any animal aside from humans and monkeys able to manipulate tools and materials with the same ability? I can't say if aliens really … Continue reading Visions Of God
I wrote this...poem, prose fragment, tonal nonsense, whatever.. and read it at the beginning of the ELLROY BOYS episode on White Of The Eye, a 1987 masterpiece of cosmic misogyny, a vaporwave gothic Arizona giallo truly unlike anything I've ever seen. I strongly encourage you to watch the movie and listen to the episode. -- … Continue reading out in the desert, the shaggy hippie dream, such as it was, died with the Manson family, bleached and withered by the Sun and CIA-grade acid, crystallized into a mall with a Sharper Image and a Williams-Sonoma haunted by the ghosts of an old silver mine prospector and an Apache war chieftain locked in eternal combat.
I hesitate to call anything Lovecraftian anymore. The descriptor has been so thoroughly co-opted by the lowest form of critic, who in turn have applied it to such a wide range of media that it is just as likely to connote the most degenerate forms of Japanese pornography as anything to do with the man’s … Continue reading “An Incomprehensible Fate”: The Lovecraftian Mysteries Of FLICKER
Something stirs beneath Hob’s Lane. Whenever the earth is broken, each encroachment upon the unknown summons in its wake visions, apparitions—gargoyles, horned demons, hideous dwarves. Quatermass and the Pit opens with the latest disturbance, an extension on a train line (particularly pedestrian; British) unearthing bones belonging to some humanoid hybrid, a grotesque adaptation lying five-million … Continue reading Notes on Occult Technologies
"The greatest art is created by outsiders who risk everything, while insiders concentrate on making money within the comfort and beauty of established mainstream systems." (Phil Nicks) "Real art is always where you do not expect it to be, where nobody is thinking of it or pronouncing its name." (Jean Dubuffet) You like Jean Dubuffet? … Continue reading Jean Dubuffet and the Anti-Cultural Attitude
Orrie Hitt doesn’t have a Wikipedia page. “So what? Who the fuck is Orrie Hitt? I never heard of ‘im.” Well, my naive, yet astute reader, Orrie Hitt wrote a lot of books. According to one estimate, and even Hitt himself didn’t know the exact number, at least 150. Now that’s a lot of books … Continue reading “Sometimes the whole world stinks”– Orrie Hitt, the King of Tri-State Sleaze