Class war and hidden secrets in Wes Craven’s twisted fairy tale.
Why the return of the reality TV flagship show is nothing to put the bunting out for.
Unearthing an eccentric slice of 1980s novelty pop from France.
Why ‘Quit Lit’ is enough to drive you to drink
How the exploitation of linguistic ignorance is fuelling the very dystopia that people claim to dread.
A new kink noir video study of sleeplessness and sexual madness from the bad boy of erotic art photography.
Looking back at one of the great moments in outsider horror cinema from glorious eccentric Ted V. Mikels.
Sickbags at the ready as we delve further into the world of hypocritical, exploitative and sensationalist ‘self-improvement’ television.
As Channel 4 broadcasts hand-wringing documentaries about the mental health of reality stars, a reminder of how it has routinely made dangerous and exploitative TV shows for ratings and profit, fatuously disguised as ‘social experiments’.
Once upon a time, TV was the home of adventurous, challenging and provocative single dramas – we should all mourn their loss.
The anti-porn campaigner Julie Bindel is making outrageous, untrue claims about the monstrousness of adult entertainment – and not for the first time.
Looking back at the extraordinary career of the pioneering martial arts movie superstar.