An extravagant revival of the all-night movie show feels a bit too civilised and unadventurous for our tastes.
The new edition of Divine’s classic tunes comes on a lavishly packaged dead tape format – the ultimate in eccentric collectability.
The new documentary about the Child’s Play franchise ignores some significant stories in favour of back-slapping self-congratulation.
Hyped as a cult classic on the original release, Warhol’s imitation of John Waters is now mostly unseen and unregarded.
Forget what people want to tell you – you can never have too many books, records or anything else.
Remembering the instigator and flame-keeper of the New York underground film movement of the 1980s.
Pouring over the good, the bad and the ugly of festive gifts for friends, family or your own selfish pleasures.
The Pope of Trash announces a festive, filthy US tour.
Happy Holidays from John Waters and the filthiest people (no longer) alive.
A joyous celebration of avoiding conventionality and embracing your inner kitsch.
The photographer, filmmaker and pop culture icon’s extraordinary slice of high-camp melodrama from 1967.
Classic press ad-mats from the golden age of cult cinema.