Looking back at the short series of underrated and provocative films that Boris Karloff made for Columbia Pictures at the start of the 1940s.
Literature’s great refusenik remains as ambiguous as ever – the everyman protestor who rebels of all stripes feel represents them.
The film version of the post-hippy reinterpretation of the Passion of the Christ tries hard but is ultimately hamstrung by the terrible, terrible songs.
A classic stop-motion animated Easter TV special starring Vincent Price.
A humorously profane music video and a pair of shoes spark mass panic amongst the religious right.
The book they wanted to ban turns out to be an unsettling look into the mind of a murderer – and just how ordinary he actually was.
How one of the biggest movies of the 1970s was reduced to an endless series of disposable direct-to-video sequels.
The ins and outs of launching an independent cult movie blu-ray label in 2021.
The eccentric and outlandish fortune-teller who has, bizarrely, been proven right more often than you might think.
Akira Kurosawa’s action movie masterpiece remains one of the most thrilling movie experiences ever made.
From the days before phone sex and cam girls, the pioneering efforts to bring aural sex to adult magazine readers.
Three experimental short films by one of the world’s most renowned visual artists.