Blinged-up cars and near-naked girls – what 1970s teenage boy could resist?
The valiant attempt by advertisers to make dull and functional tech seem like something that will boost your sex appeal.
The Eurovision entries are not entirely representative of a nation’s musical output – here are some stranger, cooler or eccentric variants.
The good, the bad and the bizarre of VHS exercise tapes.
Lurid, lecherous and ludicrous – the game marketing pitched at teenage boys in the 1980s and 1990s.
As 2021 staggers to an end, we look back on what’s been hot with Reprobate readers during the last year.
A collection of movie posters that promised patrons something rather different than the film that they would eventually see.
A selection of ludicrous and entirely unsuitable VHS artwork for films that would either disappoint or horrify anyone attracted by these covers.
The Daily Star’s George & Lynne copycats who never quite hit the big time
The odd world of Australian continuations of British TV sitcoms that had already run out of steam back home.
What was hot on The Reprobate in 2020? You can probably guess.
A guide to nudity in mainstream movies was a brilliant idea, but one soon made obsolete by technology.