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Headpress Guide to the Counter Culture : A Sourcebook for Modern Readers? (2004) - Temple Drake (Editor), David Kerekes (Editor) [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK] [...]
David Kerekes is a co-founder of Headpress, the Journal of Sex Religion Death. Headpress' book imprint, Critical Vision, has garnered acclaim with its cutting edge publications such as See No Evil (written by Kerekes and David Slater), The X Factory and Psychotropedia. David has also written a definitive study of the controversial filmmaker, Jörg Buttgereit - Sex Murder Art: The Films Of Jorg Buttgereit - and, for Creation Books, Killing for Culture (again with David Slater.) He also writes for Shock Xpress, the magazine of Stephen Thrower.
Bookmunch caught up with David in a Manchester pub for a bit of a chat. (22/02/02) --http://www.bookmunch.co.uk/view.php?id=160 [Nov 2005]
Killing for Culture: An Illustrated History of Death Film (1995) - David Kerekes
Killing for Culture: An Illustrated History of Death Film (1995) - David Kerekes [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]
A captivating read...Creation's most accomplished film publication so far. This study on the way death has been treated on film is cleverly structured, well researched and lucidly written. It comprehensively covers films made as fiction - e.g. "Peeping Tom", "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" - films purporting to be real - e.g. "Faces of Death" series - and material that is all too real, such as car-crashes, autopsy films and news footage. --amazon.com
Included is a radical critique of feature films which have incorporated a „snuff“ element; a comprehensive history of „Mondo“ movies and „shockumentaries“; analysis of the validity or otherwise of supposedly real-life „snuff“ footage, and its links with certain individuals and organisations; a summary of other real deaths captured on film suchas live-TV suicides, executions, news-reel footage etc; and also a comprehensive filmography. The whole book is profusely illustrated with rare and extraordinary photographs from both cinema, documentary and real life.
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