The founder of modern satanism and his experiments in organ music, easy listening and louche exotica.
It’s time for lazy journalists and politicians to look beyond a quick Twitter search when trying to gauge public opinion.
Preston Sturges’ biting class satire remains as valid, and as entertaining, as the day it was made.
A gallery of covers from the glory days of 1970s eco-horror pulp fiction.
The unlikely collaborations between the king of the Beat Generation and the master of British exploitation cinema.
The strange story of how one man lost a penis and became – fleetingly – a celebrity and porn star.
The propaganda war against sexually transmitted disease amongst soldiers.
Reassessing the blaxploitation horror classics of the 1970s.
Remembering the Monty Python comedy genius.
The suggestion that breasts will corrupt our youth is little more than an old fashioned fear of female sexuality.
David Lynch’s newly released short is a haunting and minimalist crime drama with a murderous monkey at its heart.
A Reprobate Exclusive: Nikolas Schreck’s funky new space pop song and his album The Illusionist.