Sitting at the intersection of underground filmmaking and commercial sexploitation, Nelson Lyon’s film is a unique slice of cult cinema.
The insatiable need to force apologies for wrongthink, and the pointlessness of ever thinking that you’ll be forgiven.
Another unlikely musical collaboration from the legendary performer.
The too-good-to-be-true monster magazine ads of the 1960s and 70s.
The legendary 1982 performance from the New York glam rockers, with added Lemmy.
Two mysterious, magnificent, surreal and entrancing films by the Polish director.
A high-strength beer that announces itself in advance and delivers a bourbon-soaked punch to the senses.
The former hard-drinking shock rocker eschews the trend for rock band beer by endorsing flavoured milk.
The cast of the classic sit-com record a novelty record.
The self-absorbed need to take part in dramatic and pointless events aimed at raising profiles more than funds.
The promotional comic strip advertising for the horror-comedy classic.
Money, sex, power and moral certainty.