The curious country and western song performed by the German sex symbol turned porn star.
The notorious tonic wine’s impressive attempts to appeal to stressed women as a way of coping with the nightmare of running a household.
Ringo Starr’s fervent efforts to avoid being confused with a cock ring.
The family entertainment action-adventure films of the 1960s from Britain’s gothic horror specialists.
The British censor’s curious decision to treat ‘implied’ swearing no differently than if the actual word had been used.
An attempt to deal with demonic lumber thwarted by the police.
The weirdest and most outrageously scatological tolerance-promoting cartoon series for adults that you are ever likely to see.
‘Coffee and lifestyle brand’ BEAR want coffee experts who like their drink made with a Nespresso pod.
The George Cukor and Joseph Strick directed all-star melodrama is a kitsch disaster that fans of the accidentally ludicrous may find very much to their taste.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
We would never take people seriously if they suggested that the whole of any industry or culture was represented solely by its worst elements. So why do we accept such blanket criticisms of adult entertainment?
As more and more alternatives appear, TV broadcasters seem oddly hell-bent on making the viewing experiencing as unpleasant as possible.