Sex, crime and double-crosses galore in the classic 1994 neo-noir.
The rise and fall of Britain’s most determined and publicity-hungry moral campaigner and the organisation that she founded.
Remembering cinema’s most sexually provocative and naughty commercial.
The photographer, filmmaker and pop culture icon’s extraordinary slice of high-camp melodrama from 1967.
Nigel Kneale’s final outing for Professor Quatermass is a bitterly misanthropic attack on youth and society by a man who felt himself above it all.
The always-controversial director’s nihilistic neo-noir reassessed.
The wonderfully infectious pop songs and gratuitously sexy music videos of Dutch pop acts promoting a striptease TV show.
Jim Rugg reinvents a classic – if little known – comic book character, with a fluorescent 1970s vibe.
Another collection of oddball cinema – mondo movies, Soho sin, Manson-inspired horror, space opera, giant monsters, viral madness and religious hysteria.
Bruce Barnard does this so that you don’t have to.
Ulrich Seidl’s controversial exploration of middle-aged lust and mutual exploitation re-examined.