The fantastic and bizarre hand-made movie posters by Ghanian artists.
The most gleefully offensive film of the 1970s is a mad, bad and – if you are not of a delicate disposition – wildly entertaining.
An outrageous slice of pulp fiction presenting the notorious serial killer as a supernatural force from beyond.
The story of America’s most outrageous and salacious paperback publisher.
As part of our new occasional series in which we defend the indefensible, David Flint explains why Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls is a masterpiece.
The WW2-themed board game that caused outrage amongst the more easily offended.