Rob Zombie returns with an ultra violent, gleefully amoral exploitation movie that presses all the right moral outrage buttons.
The amazingly bad British King Kong imitation from Herman Cohen.
The fantastic and bizarre hand-made movie posters by Ghanian artists.
The extraordinary work of Britain’s most iconic film poster artist.
Personifying 1970s indie-horror weirdness, Joseph P. Mawra’s incredibly strange and very un-PC film is a study in the alternative, almost arthouse underground genre filmmaking of that extraordinary decade.
Odd theatrical pairings from the golden age of the British movie double bill.
The iconic and outrageous illustrations of Italy’s most recognisable movie poster artist.
42nd Street Pete’s story of grimy movies, grimy theatres and grimy patrons proves to be a fascinating slice of nostalgia in an overly-sanitised world.
Oddball exploitation cinema from the heyday of the VHS era.
To celebrate the 200th birthday of the Modern Prometheus, we bring you a collection of posters for movies based – for the most part rather
Charles Manson has died. What you think you know about him might not be the truth – but the legend is bigger than mere facts could ever hope to be.