A curious burlesque VHS short featuring Russ Meyer’s legendary muse.
Turkish Star Wars On Blu-Ray: What A Time To Be Alive
The most shameless example of copyright violation and delirious cinematic insanity has been restored to its former glory.
Deep In The Heart Of America: Tony Garnett’s Handgun Explored
The socially-conscious film producer’s uncomfortable take on US gun culture and the rape-revenge movie.
Bill McClintock, Vank Walen And Your Jumpin’ Heart
The mash-up king brings us his most unexpectedly brilliant and bizarre musical collision to date with Van Halen and Hank Williams.
The Golden Age Of The Pin-Up Poster
Remembering the heyday of classic bedroom wall decor.
The Unremitting Awfulness Of The Full Supporting Programme
The sheer, unrelenting misery of the British cinema experience in the early 1980s.
Sex Freaks, Long Dong Silver And The Untold Story Of Britain’s Weirdest Adult Film
A remarkable and lurid tale of prosthetics, photographic special effects, daredevil publishing and political scandal.
Classic Albums Revisited: IQ’s Tales From The Lush Attic
One of the great recordings of the neo-prog age finally given the makeover that it needed.
An Unlimited Supply: The EMI Video Catalogues
The pioneering home video offerings from one of Britain’s biggest entertainment companies.
The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Miss Osbourne: Walerian Borowczyk’s Final Masterpiece
Walerian Borowczyk’s radical reinterpretation of the much-filmed horror story is a potent study in hypocrisy and liberation.
Flash Dancer: Graham Bonnet’s Notorious On-Stage Meltdown Of 1982
The rock singer’s spectacular moment of self-destruction during his very first show with his new band.
Mumbo Jumbo: Shaun Ryder And The Rose-Tinted Memories Of Fandom
The new fan-based oral history of Madchester’s leading figure is a mix of hero-worship, nostalgia and self-aggrandisement.