The self-importance – and actual importance – of the rock critic, and why collections of old rock star interviews still have value.
These swash-buckling epics represent the last gasp of ambitious adult cinema.
The disco-rock miscreants return with an album of other people’s songs that offers nothing new to the original versions.
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.
An eccentric and ahead-of-its-time recording by two of the more interesting creative minds of the 1960s.
Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
A collection of ITC movies, classic TV and oddball instructional films that were on offer in the early days of home video.
The oddly old-fashioned and pulpy science fiction comic book series from the people who brought you Commando.
A 1978 promotional TV special for an amusement park starring the young singer is an unexpectedly haunting and weird production.
The most important figure in the transgressive underground is selling the rights to everything that she has ever done.
The campaign song for a disgraced President, performed by the man who scored The Wild Angels.
Why one day in 1968 with The Beatles was the pinnacle of everything good.