Corruption, violence, decay: European comics master Hermann and the up-and-coming writer Yves H. take a viciously satirical look at the dark side of the American soul.
From the evil that stalks the Eastern Seaboard setting of “Blood Ties” to the crime-ridden Los Angeles of “Girl from Ipanema,” these three stories paint a picture of a new Babylon.
Esai Manuel Morales Jr. was born on October 1st 1962 in Brooklyn, New York and attended the School of Performing Read more
Directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara and based on the novel of the same name by Kōbō Abe, The Face of Another Read more
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Azura Skye (birth name: Azura Dawn Storozynski) was born on November 8th 1981 in Northridge, California in her grandmother's house. Read more
Based on Whitley Strieber's book of the same name, Communion was directed by Philippe Mora and begins in 1985 where Read more
Written and directed by Art Moore, The Adventures of Spunky and Tadpole ran for 150 episodes between 1958 and 1961. Read more
Debuting in 1998 and running for thirteen episodes, Welcome to Paradox was an anthology show where all the stories took Read more
In a time when the world was over exposed to glamorised American teenage dramas where teens were being played by Read more