The unheralded musical career of the star of The Champions and General Hospital.
Peter Cushing’s secret shame is a more interesting film than most people might expect.
The ground-breaking book that chronicled an election, and the David L. Wolper Kennedy documentaries that it inspired.
The family entertainment action-adventure films of the 1960s from Britain’s gothic horror specialists.
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.
An eccentric and ahead-of-its-time recording by two of the more interesting creative minds of the 1960s.
Continuing our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s with this classic ‘anti-Bond’ downbeat thriller that spawned its own franchise.
Why the Fab Four really were fab.
Continuing our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s with a rather odd comedy-thriller from the Harry Alan Towers stable.
Why one day in 1968 with The Beatles was the pinnacle of everything good.
Tension overload in a breathless and relentless audio adventure from 1966.
Looking back at the Austin Powers films, a series now almost as out of touch with modern sensibilities as the character himself. But does that matter?