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.
The cheesy and outrageous novelty record from the stars of The Avengers that became an unexpected hit over a quarter of a century after it
Celebrating Europe’s finest Europop diva and uber-kitsch disco pioneer.
The 1950s trash classic is more self-aware than you might imagine – and much more entertaining, too.