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Sex, Satanism, Manson, Murder, and LSD: Kenneth Anger tells his tale
09-02-2020, 08:00 PM
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Sex, Satanism, Manson, Murder, and LSD: Kenneth Anger tells his tale
He told where the bodies were buried in the third issue of Kinokaze Magazine circa 1993. Or so it seemed, as no subject appeared to be off-limits. Drugs, murder, and movies. But then again, Anger rarely if ever veers from the script as he is a man who has carefully controlled his myth and reputation for decades.

Kenneth Anger told where the bodies were buried in the third issue of Kinokaze Magazine circa 1993. Or so it seemed, as no subject appeared to be off-limits. Drugs, murder, and movies. But then again, Anger rarely if ever veers from the script as he is a man who has carefully controlled his myth and reputation for decades.

Anger is a singular figure in 20th-century American culture. A filmmaker, a writer, a musician, an actor, activist, and an occultist. Best known for his hugely influential short films–Fireworks (1947), Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome (1954), Scorpio Rising (1963), Kustom Kar Kommandos (1965), Invocation of Demon Brother (1968), and the magnificent Lucifer Rising (1972/1980). Anger’s films have influenced more filmmakers than would care to give him credit, but specifically directors like Martin Scorsese, Derek Jarman, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, David Lynch, John Waters, and let’s not forget the whole host of promo directors who would be nothing without him. As Scorsese said of Anger:

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