The long-unseen 1960s BBC adaptations of Georges Simenson’s classic crime novels re-examined.
The problems in adapting a complex story for the screen laid bare in John Irvin’s messy, compromised version of Peter Straub’s magnificent novel.
Ballard, Cronenberg and insular, isolated communities going insane – it sounds the perfect combination.
The legendary designer’s iconic and challenging science fiction paperback covers from the 1970s.
The revolutionary feminist erotica of the noted writer and Henry Miller contemporary.
The TV series covering the major names from the final days of serious science fiction literature.
Literature’s great refusenik remains as ambiguous as ever – the everyman protestor who rebels of all stripes feel represents them.
The legendary acid-noir novel of the rave era returns in a long-awaited new edition.
The only television interview with the writer, philosopher and transgressive artist.
A 1946 collection of unflattering observations about the female of the species, freshly reissued for modern misanthropes.
Remembering Alina Reyes’ The Butcher, the sensational and scandalous erotic novel of the 1980s.
Exploring a little-known author of sleazy 1960s paperback cheap thrills.