Over forty years on, John Carpenter’s Halloween remains the ultimate experience in relentless, terrifying horror cinema.
John Cage’s 4’33 is covered by a plethora of artists for a new box set.
Dodgy research and a lust for glory hands more power to Britain’s film censors.
A TV news relic from the final days of an unrestrained Soho sex industry.
The lost, controversial and even more experimental than usual Residents recordings reissued reviewed.
One of London’s most valued alternative art venues is threatened with closure.
Swedish doom merchants Hazemaze channel Jack the Ripper in their new video.
Ken Russell’s quirky and atypical comedy feature film debut is better than its reputation might suggest.
Strange cover versions and even stranger original songs on the disco legend’s ‘official’ soundtrack to An American Werewolf in London.
Local residents object to the Vagina Museum selling alcohol due to a fear of inflamed stag and hen parties befouling the civilsied streets of Camden.
David McGillivray remembers Britain’s king of the nudies and scourge of the cinemagoer, Arnold Louis Miller.
A new collection of horror songs that The Cramps (allegedly) taught us.