The rise and fall of British TV’s most notoriously raunchy dance troupe and brief pop music sensations.
A selection of predictably hysterical and ill-informed British TV documentaries and discussion shows from the height of the Video Nasty moral panic.
The book they wanted to ban turns out to be an unsettling look into the mind of a murderer – and just how ordinary he actually was.
From the days before phone sex and cam girls, the pioneering efforts to bring aural sex to adult magazine readers.
One of the cult classics of the early 1980s fails to live up to the promise of its own imagery and outlandishly tasteless premise.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
The Daily Star’s George & Lynne copycats who never quite hit the big time
A pair of training films designed to make McDonald’s employees the go-getting, cope-with-anything examples of excellence that we know and love today.
The most notorious star of the 1980s climbs onboard the VHS exercise tape craze.
The unexpected pleasures of the 1984 sci-fi zombie classic, where girls kick ass and go shopping, and no one is trying to establish their right-on credentials in the process.
The short life and extraordinary work of revolutionary writer Gerry Reith explored.
The First Lady of Italian adult entertainment and her arresting version of Sting’s bleak anti-war song.