A new project aiming to combine the visuals and merchandising of rock music with the literary classics of the past.
Admittedly, every day is Halloween around Reprobate Towers – but for those you looking for seasonal reading, photo galleries, music and movies, don’t worry – we have you covered.
A collection of Bangladeshi folk horror stories that is impressively creepy and original.
A London-based study of the creeping malaise of influencer culture and social alienation is nowhere near as profound as it thinks it is.
A look at the books contained in Hitler’s library offers little information that we didn’t already know about the genocidal Nazi leader.
A remarkable documentary about Canada’s ‘potty-mouthed Grandma’ and leading sex educator.
Family disintegration, rural machismo and the search for Golden Viagra in this charming coming-of-age movie.
A charming animated film about the power of music to help the lost and broken find identity and friendship.
Looking back at the iconic star of Shaft and how the cinematic movement that film helped spawn was (and is) ghettoised by an elitist movie establishment.
The King of the Monsters – the real thing, not some feeble imitation – is finally back!
The legendary actor gets the celebrity life story treatment on USTV.
Apparently, supermarket Halloween decorations are just too gruesome.