A collection of above-average made-for-TV movies from the 1970s.
A prophetic film about smut on TV.
The short-lived but better than you might expect TV series of the 1970s.
A deliciously ghoulish album from the golden age of trading cards and sticker collections.
The return of Angel reminds us again of the biting Frank Zappa satire of the 1970s.
You wait years for a review of a film featuring a cast comprised entirely of little people, and then two come along in a week.
Exploring an odd jungle romp from one of cult cinema’s more eccentric directors.
The legendary comedian’s novelty record featuring his signature catchphrase goes off in strange and unusual directions.
A pair of 1970s TV movies about the creepy crawly threat of savage bees and panic-inducing ants.
Recreating a classic – if unlikely – theatrical double bill from the 1970s.
Our occasional movie presentation returns with a classic 1979 shockumentary.
1970s occultism meets sexploitation – but also looks forward to the female-led Wiccan world of today.