A 1978 sci-fi variety show even more unlikely than the Star Wars Holiday Special.
Our month of Hammer Horror continues with a long look at the hysterical and lurid final chapter of the Karnstein trilogy.
The Swedish band’s irresistible collision of Satanic Metal and kitsch pop reaches the peak of perfection.
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.
Behind every Bad Album Cover is a record, often made with sincerity and naivety. Here is the tale behind one of the more infamous.
Two ultra-kitsch drag queen classics from the golden age of underground cinema.
Remembering the glory days of Britain’s iconic drink that screams both kitsch and sophistication.
A joyous celebration of avoiding conventionality and embracing your inner kitsch.
From the fringe world of specialist VHS tapes comes this combination of bikini babes and heavy weaponry.
A visual study of the incredibly strange world of the independently-produced Christian LP.
The ultra-kitsch religious death disc from the country music DJ.
The photographer, filmmaker and pop culture icon’s extraordinary slice of high-camp melodrama from 1967.