Four selections by Camus: a previously unpublished Address and a selection from L'Etranger, read by Camus; Le Malentendu (Act 2, Scene 1), read by Maria Casares and Alan Cuny; and Les Amandiers, read by Serge Reggiani.
Originally developed as a TV movie, CHAMBER OF HORRORS was spiced up for the big screen with additional gore and violence and a marketing campaign focusing on two technical "innovations" — the "Fear Flasher" and the "Horror Horn," both designed to warn the audience of impending violence.
Album of Ginsberg's recitations of his own poetry, with musical backing from Mark Bingham, Michael Blair, Ralph Carney, Bill Frisell, Beaver Harris, Arto Lindsay, Lenny Pickett, Prairie Prince, Marc Ribot, G.E
Nin's own reading of a piece from her "House of Incest," with electronic music by Bebe and Louis Barron, who would score FORBIDDEN PLANET two years later. Soundtrack to the experimental film "Bells of Atlantis" (1952), directed by Hugh Guiler (Ian Hugo), Nin's husband.