The Thorn is one of Siouxsie and the Banshees more obscure releases.
Who knew that celery—the blandest vegetable of all—is a go-to favorite in the film industry to create that gnarly flesh-ripping, bone-breaking sound you hear in movies?
If you’re a fan of Michael Crichton‘s 1973 science fiction western-thriller WestWorld, then you’re definitely going to dig this life-like silicone robotic version of Yul Brynner as the Gunslinger.
Between January and April 1967, the following albums were released:
It was fifty years ago today…well, almost… While it has been long believed that Paul McCartney was the first Beatle to ever admit taking drugs during an interview with Independent Television News (ITN) in June 1967, it can now be revealed that John Lennon was in fact the first...
“SIAMESE TWIN TAG TEAM WRESTLERS INDEED”: Arf and Omega on the Vileness Fats set In 1977, the Residents marked their fifth anniversary with an hour-long radio special.
The hoarders I’ve seen on reality TV tend to be isolated and lonely. Often the shame of hoarding fosters seclusion, and/or the environment their disorder has produced alienates and repels friends and loved ones.
The premature death of Bill Hicks was one of the greatest tragedies to ever befall American comedy.
A few weeks ago I highlighted “Dope Rider,” the trippy Wild West cartoon that appeared in High Times over a number of years in the 1970s...
Apparently “Heavy metal Chic” is the hot new look, whether you like the music or not! First, retailer H & M created an affordable line of metal vestmentss for bands that have never existed, including a few pieces that appear to reference...
Okay, so maybe this isn’t a real thing yet… but, c’mon, you know it’s coming! With the tagline “Bringing eye contact back to the 21st century” the Texting Hat is here to solve all your phone zombie problems.
A very Henry Darger
“The weekend starts here!” was the opening catchphrase for Ready, Steady, Go!—the preferred pop show of choice for millions of British youth between 1963 and 1966.
The story goes that in 1978, the Cramps made a video, filmed by Alex de Laszlo, for their song “
The Rock and Roll Cookbook: Favorite Recipes from the Chart Toppers, Hit Makers and Legends of Rock and Roll
Always defying both cultural and counter-cultural conventions, San Francisco’s
Birthday boy Joey towers center, mother Charlotte Lesher is on the right. Geraldo Rivera is an idiot, and The Geraldo Rivera Show was Oprah on crack, minus the nuance, double the audience manipulation.
As everyone knows you have stay damned still during an MRI.
I’m digging the hell out of this ten-piece set of glass brain coasters that create a 3D brain if stacked in the proper order.
These fantastic introduction cards were used in the United States during the 1870s and 1880s.