A new twist on an old tradition – the Christmas horror movie in a compact form.
The story of two controversial movies and their rather different experiences at the hands of film censors who seem to make up the rules as they go along.
The moral panic over the malign influence of Squid Game and the theoretical dangers of children wearing ‘dangerous’ fancy dress.
1994 saw British television advertising step forward into the brave new world of European openness – and then quickly step back again.
Frank Zappa’s notoriously self-indulgent film and the long-banned stage show version of it.
Remembering the oddball world of underground video production, tape trading and sexploitation splatter movies.
The spectacular German-language cover version of the immortal pop classic.
The pioneering home video offerings from one of Britain’s biggest entertainment companies.
Proving fiction to be stranger than truth, the story of the outrageous Shockumentary that spawned sequels, imitations and a cultural phenomenon.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
The deranged Pakistani film that reinvented the controversial author as an international super-villain, and was briefly banned in Britain.
The most notorious shockumentary of the 1970s gets an unexpected Hollywood makeover.