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.
British TV’s top entertainment show steps up with the adult film legend to deliver a Eurovision anthem for Italy in 1998.
Gloriously unrestrained radio trailers from the golden age of exploitation cinema.
Your perfect festive decor has just arrived in the form of a Jess Franco Christmas tree topper.
Hilarious boasts of rock ‘n’ roll excess meet extraordinarily generic Euro Metal.
A shocking Hi-NRG megamix of songs from the camp classic.
The wonderfully infectious pop songs and gratuitously sexy music videos of Dutch pop acts promoting a striptease TV show.
Another selection of alternative viewing to help make self-isolation more bearable.
Exorcist imitations, French occultism, tasteless sex comedies, British sit-com spin-offs, arthouse De Sade and more in our latest collection of viewing suggestions.
Keri O’Shea is astounded by more insane Polish exploitation cinema.
Guy Casaril’s lesbian-themed sex drama deserves to be seen as more than just another Emmanuelle imitation.
The little-known world of Polish exploitation cinema is breaking out globally. Botoks made £1 million in the UK. Let’s try to understand how…