The new Dazed takes inspiration from the world of cult film, featuring the likes of screen star Rory Culkin, exploitation legend Frank Henenlotter, slasher icon Wes Craven, and the patron saint of misfits everywhere, Gregg Araki
Life's a Scream
Celebrate audacity, beauty and youth with May's issue of Dazed & Confused, taking inspiration from the world of cult film, and featuring the likes of screen star Rory Culkin, shot by Hedi Slimane and styled by Senior Menswear Editor Robbie Spencer, exploitation legend Frank Henenlotter, slasher icon Wes Craven, and the patron saint of misfits everywhere Gregg Araki.
Cover Story: Rory Culkin by Hedi Slimane
An exclusive shoot of rising star Rory Culkin, photographed by Hedi Slimane and styled by Robbie Spencer, ahead of his role in the return of Wes Craven's masked horror reboot, Scream 4.
Teen Cult: Gregg Araki and the kids of Kaboom
Dazed heads to Sundance to meet the young stars of cult filmmaker Gregg Araki's Kaboom, whose films have been memorably described as 'like Beverly Hills 90210 on acid'.
Fashion Icon: Jean Paul Gaultier
The enigmatic enfant terrible of fashion exclusively reveals his sketches for costumes in films including Luc Besson's The Fifth Element.
The Dazed fashion team produce a unique series of cult film-inspired fashion stories, working with photographers including Ari Marcopolous, Paul Wetherell and Ben Toms.
Cult VIP: Frank Henenlotter
We unearth legendary exploitation director Frank Henenlotter, creator of such amazing films Basket Case, Frankenhooker and Brain Damage.
Your History: Wes Craven
Dazed goes back to horror expert Wes Craven's roots, finding out how he first got films like The Hills Have Eyes made.
Q&A: Danny McBride
After actor and comedian Danny McBride wrote and starred in his low budget film The Foot Fist Way, the film industry came knocking with a string of Hollywood hits
Dazed tracks down strange atmospheric new pop group The Bullits, whose debut album features appearances from luminaries like Tori Amos and Mos Def
In a literal exploration of the world of 'cult' film, Dazed meets the Mormons who are making their own rom-coms and wholesome family dramas, while staying true to their religious values