The final gasp of the British pop darlings and Eurovision champions explored.
Contrived, cliched and full of instantly forgettable, dreadful songs – what on earth drives audiences to this endless stream of empty theatrical spectacle?
Opening our preview of Mayhem Film Festival highlights with a look at an extraordinary and forgotten Japanese study in obsession and psychosis.
A once-lost, now beloved British short that is perhaps not quite the masterpiece that some would claim.
A collection of classic – and not-so-classic- artwork from the days when each country had unique and extraordinary film poster art.
The horror movie legend has fun behind the scenes.
The cartoon punk street gangs of 1980s Hollywood and the ultra-obscure record that mocked it all.
Remembering the glory days of the DVD-by-mail service.
Exploring the symbiotic relationship between horror and adult movies.
The simple pleasures of an underrated 1970s demonic horror oddity.
A suitably excessive collection of recordings from the very height of progressive rock’s ambition and pomposity.
London’s Bazaar of the Bizarre returns for an early Halloween treat.