Exploring the intersections of traditional burlesque, performance art and classic striptease, and just how far it is all removed from the modern, uptight burlesque scene.
A transitional album for the British folk-rock pioneers now comes in a posh expanded edition.
Cult cinema, desperate film hipsters, moral hypocrites and the joys of death – Hal Ashby’s oddball movie explores and exposes more than you might think.
A crime investigation meets an incredibly strange creature in an oddly brilliant Argentinian curio.
The second feature film from Cronenberg Minor is an ambitious, challenging and flawed study of the battle to hold on to who we are.
Peter Watkins’ Vietnam-era study of protest, politics and punishment remains timely, but it’s too much in love with sloganeering to win over hearts and minds.
Toyah’s debut album remains as startling, experimental and unsettling now as it was on its original release.
the most beloved of horror films has never felt more timely – but it remains a film that signals its misanthropy rather too loudly for its own good.
Prosecco cocktails in a box, just in time for Christmas.
Disowned by the family, the new David Bowie ‘origins’ film is even worse than you might have feared.
The soul diva’s legendary 1976 album – a project that feels thrown together but remains a classic recording and features her finest musical moment.
Tradition and revenge in the wild west of modern Poland.