My mind is going. There is no question about it.

Recorded during the sessions for the band’s second album, Power, Corruption & Lies, Murder finally serviced as a single in 1984, albeit only in Belgium. The song is an aggressive instrumental piece, although it notably contains samples from Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and Tinto Brass’ notorious Caligula.

The problem is, if I say, ‘I’m straight’ nobody will come around to my house and take a picture of my boyfriend. If I say, ‘I’m gay’ then somebody will come around and try to take a picture of my girlfriend. It’s all very well people telling me to be open about it, but it will impact on my life. Why should I have to bear the brunt of what would happen? All I know is that if it’s not something I have any interest or desire to talk about, then that needs to be my only reason.

Elly Jackson.

Poster for a Last House sequel which never came to fruition. Abandoning the rape-revenge formula of the original video nasty for something more suited to a slasher film, the film was to take place on a summer camp where teenagers were being killed off by Krug, David Hess’ character from the original film. The project came to a halt when it was apparent that nobody had secured permission to shoot a sequel.

I’m still gonna have a baby and I need welfare and you can’t have my fucking shoes!

Paul Morrissey’s Trash.

Paul Richter as (a fatally wounded) Siegfried in Fritz Lang’s epic Die Nibelungen.

What’s straight? Nobody’s straight. It’s not a thing of being straight or being not straight. It’s just… you just do whatever you have to do.

Paul Morrissey’s Flesh.


I searched for I Spit on Your Grave on Tumble-ugh and the most popular post isn’t even I Spit-related. It’s an incorrectly-tagged gif from Snuff

Beverly Washburn and Jill Banner in Spider Baby.

I was watching the film just now and a spider appeared directly in front of me. How appropriate.