Continuing our crime movie season with a look back at what is perhaps the most outrageously delirious Japanese underworld film ever made.
The hallucinogenic vampire cinema of French cinema’s most underrated fantastic film director.
The outrageous kinkiness of classic comic books and their BDSM-inspired creators.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their swashbuckling, vampire-battling superhero.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the second film in the iconic Dracula series.
The triumphant return of an iconic British comic book.
Sadistic and murderous, Kriminal was nevertheless a hugely popular comic book character in the 1960s.
The constant implication in superhero films, that women are inherently powerless with their destinies shaped by the actions of men, does not seem a particularly empowering narrative.
The family entertainment action-adventure films of the 1960s from Britain’s gothic horror specialists.
The short-lived comic book series aiming to explore notorious scandals from the point of view of both people involved.
From novelisations to Marvel Comics to Power Records, the publications that fed the relentless Ape Fever of the Seventies.
The maverick filmmaker’s extraordinary study of eroticism and gothic horror.