Experimental film geeks rejoice! The visual works of Hollywood Babylon author and celebrated underground hero Kenneth Anger are finally being released on DVD. According to Fantoma.com, volume one will focus on the first half of Anger's career and include seminal works like Puce Moment, Rabbit's Moon, and Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome. The release date is set for January 23rd, but Amazon is already taking pre-orders for almost nothing. You can watch the trailer on YouTube here.
The Flickhead link features a great narrative about the song "Things That Go Bump in the Night", as heard in Rabbit's Moon. Follow the links from there to download the MP3.