The continuing Satanic Panic and religious hysteria surrounding Led Zeppelin’s most famous recording.
Serge Gainsbourg’s 1971 masterpiece transformed into a work of video art starring Jane Birkin.
The notorious tonic wine’s impressive attempts to appeal to stressed women as a way of coping with the nightmare of running a household.
The child preacher turned movie star tried to pull the rug from under evangelical con-men, but no one wanted to listen.
Remembering the glory days of the most ephemeral publications on the market.
The indie director’s two Nature Gone Wild movies are more interesting than people would have you believe.
The notorious on-air suicide of a news anchor has become the stuff of legend, bestowing a pointless posthumous celebrity on its ‘star’.
Forget Rod Stewart vs the Sex Pistols – this was the real battle for chart supremacy in the summer of 1977.
An unexpectedly impressive gothic horror from the makers of Britain’s most daringly explicit softcore 8mm movies.
The rise and fall of the iconic Saturday night horror movie pairings of classic – and not-so-classic – horror movies.
Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
The obscure TV special from Alice Cooper’s lowest point, featuring a strange supporting cast of The Tubes, Nazareth and Sha Na Na.