The BBC TV documentary exploring the rise of the psychedelic underground in 1967.
A remarkable and lurid tale of prosthetics, photographic special effects, daredevil publishing and political scandal.
Vincent Price stars in a Poe-flavoured adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s The Horla.
How a cheeky but harmless advertising campaign wound up the easily offended.
One of the great recordings of the neo-prog age finally given the makeover that it needed.
Frank Zappa’s notoriously self-indulgent film and the long-banned stage show version of it.
Remembering the oddball world of underground video production, tape trading and sexploitation splatter movies.
One of horror cinema’s most criticised sub-genres has a lot more value – and perhaps a lot more relevance – than people like to think.
How the throwaway comments of a single campaigner led to hysterical press reports around the world.
The spectacular German-language cover version of the immortal pop classic.
The fire-breathing, demonic monster that gripped the public consciousness in the 19th Century.
The pioneering home video offerings from one of Britain’s biggest entertainment companies.