Novelist Frank Cassese discusses extreme ideas, challenging philosophy, brutal music and forbidden ideas.
The counterculture midnight movie classics have a big screen revival.
The redefinition of ‘troll’ in the last decade is a nothing more than a way of shutting down debate.
Monty Python, The Bonzo Dog Band and The Rutles – an impressive career remembered.
Exploring the popular and ear-shriekingly loud mini synth of the 1970s.
The cluelessly materialistic Christmas plans of British Vogue’s editors are at odds with the furious Communism of the magazine’s teenage offshoot.
The absurdist, rather hallucinogenic cartoon series remains a bizarre highlight of 1970s TV.
Examining a history of the legendary video label that strangely brushes over the most interesting period of its existence.
A curious tale of Europe’s most notorious maverick filmmaker and his enthusiasm for Britain’s biggest metal band.
Lucio Fulci’s collision of Lovecraftian gothic and hardgore splatter is visually and stylistically impressive, but somewhat overrated.
An exploration of a product that is definitely, absolutely, only to be used for charging whipped cream dispensers and nothing else.
The lost mid-Sixties psych-folk career of Britain’s reluctant Italian horror star.