Quentin Dupieux’s superhero satire has some interesting moments but is not the gut-busting comedy classic that you might have expected.
Looking back at the glory days of the festive magazine and comic book cover.
The artist responsible for some of the most iconic magazine cover art of the 1980s was also a prolific illustrator of sexually explicit comic strips.
Proof that loveable Great British eccentrics are still very much among us.
The cancellation of movies and TV shows might seem like a personal vendetta against fans but it is usually for rather more basic reasons.
George Romero and Stephen King’s loving tribute to the glory days of EC Comics.
The case of the Phantom Patriot shows that Real Life Super Heroes are not something that we should be encouraging.
The wrestler from Tiger comic whose adventures sometimes went bonkers.
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.