Joe Dante’s most biting satire of suburban America sadly loses its nerve at the last minute and becomes as reactionary and curtain-twitching as its central characters.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
The anti-capitalist, class war art collective who infuriated the straight and gay establishment alike.
The short-lived comic book series aiming to explore notorious scandals from the point of view of both people involved.
The last gasp from an acclaimed member of the cinema of transgression ought to have been his stepping stone to bigger things.
British TV’s top entertainment show steps up with the adult film legend to deliver a Eurovision anthem for Italy in 1998.
The star of Eraserhead and Twin Peaks makes an unexpected diversion into the world of fetish erotica.
The pointless desire to reinvent and complicate the concept of the magazine for 1980s and 1990s hipsters.
The strange relationship between two of the most controversial figures in American popular culture.
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?
A selection of predictably hysterical and ill-informed British TV documentaries and discussion shows from the height of the Video Nasty moral panic.
Provocative documentaries about forbidden culture, from the days when Channel 4 was still a credible and daring broadcaster.