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?
One of the cult classics of the early 1980s fails to live up to the promise of its own imagery and outlandishly tasteless premise.
A new biography of the pioneering and outrageous star of Dolemite.
The mystery and misdirection behind Britain’s most notorious and misunderstood sit-com.
The Mel Brooks classic that became a TV series that ran for four seasons without being broadcast anywhere.
The British film censors are still confusing offensiveness for dangerousness as they ban yet another former Video Nasty.
Gloriously unrestrained radio trailers from the golden age of exploitation cinema.
Happy Holidays from John Waters and the filthiest people (no longer) alive.
Cult cinema, desperate film hipsters, moral hypocrites and the joys of death – Hal Ashby’s oddball movie explores and exposes more than you might think.
The sun-kissed allure of the naughty holiday postcard.
The small village with a rude name has had enough of sniggering tourists.
As The Night Porter returns to blu-ray, we look at the sordid world of the brief Naziploitation craze it accidentally helped spawn, and its most outrageous imitator.