Derek Raymond’s bleak and brutal crime fiction remains too much for many who like their murder to be lightweight and cosy.
A collection of strange tie-in novels in which the crumpled Lieutenant Columbo gets involved in real-life crimes, most notoriously the Manson Family murders.
The Daily Mail’s relentless campaign of misinformation and outright lies against 0898 premium rate phone lines.
A Eurotrash sales brochure featuring spectacular artwork for less-than-spectacular films.
A Channel 4 exploration of Christian hysteria about the evils of rock music.
A Spanish slasher short that left unsuspecting TV viewers aghast in the early 1990s.
Class war and hidden secrets in Wes Craven’s twisted fairy tale.
Lurid, lecherous and ludicrous – the game marketing pitched at teenage boys in the 1980s and 1990s.
A personal memoir of falling foul of Manchester’s over-zealous Obscene Publications Squad – and fighting back.
The conflicting evidence, lost facts, fervent nationalism and tabloid-driven hysteria surrounding one of the most notorious trials of the 1990s.
The story behind one of the most notorious deaths ever to be caught on camera and its unexpected connections to an infamous adult video series.
The splendidly irreverent and tasteless video game system advertising of the 1990s.