It’s easy to mock people fighting over discounted TV sets when you can afford to pay the full price.
A stiff-lipped melodrama in which the famed musician becomes chummy with a small boy – it was a more innocent time in 1965.
Class war and hidden secrets in Wes Craven’s twisted fairy tale.
Politicians and campaigners fear that a new branch of the self-declared ‘delightfully tacky’ fast-food chain will bring the sky falling down – but they’re wrong.
The story of a novelty record cashing in on a passing TV commercial fad.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their impressive reinvention of a moribund genre.
Why are armchair activists able to destroy the lives of others for fun and profit?
The key study of revolution and rebellion from 1968, the year of unrest.
Preston Sturges’ biting class satire remains as valid, and as entertaining, as the day it was made.
Looking back at the wholesome period time travel ghost story that was once a Christmas TV regular.
Britain’s most offensive comedian faces local council bans – here’s why that is not something to support.