Abnormal: The Sinema of Nick Zedd, Part 2 Trailer

Abnormal: The Sinema of Nick Zedd, Part 2 Trailer (1983)

01 September 1983 74 mins

THE SINEMA OF NICK ZEDD is the first DVD collection of the filmmaker's works, and includes 11 of his films as well as outtakes, interviews, and rare concert footage of Zedd's music project, the noise band Zyklon-B. Contains: Police State, The Bogus Man, Ecstasy in Entropy, Why do you Exist, Whoregasm, War is Menstual Envy (exerpt), Tom Thumb in the Land of the Giants, the Wild World of Lydia Lunch, Go to Hell, Zedd's Collaborations: Thrust in Me (with Richard Kern), Go to Hell, I of K9 with outtakes and screentests from Why do you Exist and Ecstasy in Entropy, Concert Footage and Interview with Zedd's Industrial noise band Zyklon Beatles, and a trailer for War is Menstrual Envy.

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