Film: Ink, Cocks and Rock’n’Roll

Published On June 23, 2017 | By Joe Gordon | Comics, Film TV & Theatre, News

Regular readers may remember us blogging some time back about a documentary of sorts (the term doesn’t quite do it justice) from Vice mag, a film one of our favourite naughty comickers, Krent Able, deliciously entitled Ink, Cocks and Rock’n’Roll, and directed by Matt Harlock (who brought us the brilliant American: the Bill Hicks Story documentary). From the description:

Controversial VICE artist Steve Martin is being interviewed about his alter ego – the perverted lounge lizard monster that is Krent Able. But where does Krent stop and Steve start – and just who is in control?

A portrait of a renowned artist…and the terrible evil that lurks within.”

Enjoy (enter at your own risk!):

Ink Cocks & Rock’n’Roll – Festival from Halflife Films on Vimeo.

And on a related note Krent tells us that he and Matt have just launched a Kickstarter for Deep Clean, which he describes as “a supernatural horror with a comic edge”. The team includes people who have worked special effects for Ben Wheatley’s films and visual effects for Bladerunner 20149, should be pretty intriguing coming from Krent’s haunted sewer of a brain and well worthy of support.

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Joe Gordon

Joe Gordon is ForbiddenPlanet.co.uk’s chief blogger, which he set up in 2005. Previously, he was professional bookseller for over 12 years as well as a lifelong reader and reviewer, especially of comics and science fiction works.

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