If you're really lucky, lucifer might be there too.
The latest album by I.B.M. (Insane Black Man) gives new neurosis to the experimental filmmaker's sex and satan cinema.
Bobby Beausoleil was an associate of Charles Manson who murdered Gary Hinman, a crime for which he was sentenced to death. But in the years since, he's become a prolific artist.
Sway, by Zachary Lazar, is a swirling and episodic novel that incorporates the Rolling Stones circa 1969, the avant-garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger, and Manson Family associate Bobby Beausoleil in a dizzying but effective exploration of the rise...
Did I annoy the 85-year-old filmmaker and writer enough for him to cast a Thelemic curse on me?
Tonight Brian Butler will be screening a selection of films that, as Aleister Crowley put it, explore the “science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with the will.”