Continuing our Hammer Horror month with a look at one of the company’s lesser efforts, another entry in the Mummy series.
Continuing our Hammer retrospective month with a look at their uncharacteristic and underrated study of rural occultism.
Continuing our Halloween month of Hammer Horror with their often-misunderstood take on the Countess Bathory legend.
Continuing our Halloween Hammer Horror exploration with a look at one of the company’s lesser-known titles from their early ventures into the gothic.
The Swedish band’s irresistible collision of Satanic Metal and kitsch pop reaches the peak of perfection.
The triumphant return of an iconic British comic book.
A collection of heavy metal LPs where the artwork failed to live up to the ambition of the band.
Walerian Borowczyk’s radical reinterpretation of the much-filmed horror story is a potent study in hypocrisy and liberation.
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.