“An apex predator… high on cocaine… out of its mind.”
The story behind a now-forgotten pioneering queer-culture drag show from the 1970s.
Witty, savage and tragic – Vincent Price as a tormented Shakespearian actor in possibly the finest British horror film of the 1970s.
The George Cukor and Joseph Strick directed all-star melodrama is a kitsch disaster that fans of the accidentally ludicrous may find very much to their taste.
Behind every Bad Album Cover is a record, often made with sincerity and naivety. Here is the tale behind one of the more infamous.
Two ultra-kitsch drag queen classics from the golden age of underground cinema.
A joyous celebration of avoiding conventionality and embracing your inner kitsch.
The ultra-kitsch religious death disc from the country music DJ.
A shocking Hi-NRG megamix of songs from the camp classic.
The raw and unrestrained rock ‘n’ roll legend has died.
The 1950s trash classic is more self-aware than you might imagine – and much more entertaining, too.