One of the cult classics of the early 1980s fails to live up to the promise of its own imagery and outlandishly tasteless premise.
Remembering the time when tomorrow’s fish and chip wrappers contained yesterday’s films.
Looking back at the much-loved British horror film director and his remarkable body of work.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
M.P.Shiel’s delirious study of apocalypse, madness and insanity revisited.
The scariest film of the last decade, apparently – but does Host live up to the claims that it is the horror film we all need for the Covid Age?
Maria Der’s wonderfully deranged visions from the tobacco cured VHS parlours of yesteryear allow us a peak and a prod at the underbelly of many beloved Hollywood favourites.
From eroticism to extinction, the world’s most intriguing collection of art calendars.
How the TV broadcast of the horror classic caused religious hysteria and fears of demonic possession.
Remembering the pioneers of mail order VHS cult movie retail in the wild west days of uncensored video.
Remembering the unrestrained king of British pulp horror.
Classic Horror meets Sixties sexploitation in this unusual and entertaining 8mm sex film.