The fraudulent author of 1970s misery memoirs and the birth of the Satanic Panic.
Exploring the world of musical cut-ups and eccentric sound collisions.
The new fantasy interpretation of Nicholas Cage is part of a strange tradition of actors playing fictional, exaggerated versions of themselves.
Giving the government and lickspittle quangos powers to prevent legal discourse under a vague definition of ‘harm’ is something that we should all object to.
Half beast, half man, all wild entertainment – the oddest of the video nasties is an experience to savour.
An exhaustive collection of vintage print advertising for television shows and movies being broadcast on USTV.
Britain’s TV regulator thinks that more of this sort of thing will encourage people to watch traditional TV channels again. They are mistaken.
Paperbacks from the glory days of the film and television tie-in novel.
The overturning of Roe v Wade is the first salvo in a bigger battle – one where the reactionaries are being aided by misguided liberals.
A look back at a pair of Ozploitation pseudo-documentaries that don’t quite hit the mark.
As a new generation discovers Kate Bush, your editor looks back on his own discovery of and obsession with Britain’s most singular rock star.
Another unlikely but magnificent musical collision from the king of the mash-up.