Frank Zappa’s notoriously self-indulgent film and the long-banned stage show version of it.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
A brief history of scurrilously irreligious modern art.
The Redemption Films version of the Hammer Horror film is not for the faint-hearted.
The fallout of the Charlie Hebdo killings and the brief flowering of support for free speech that followed, remembered five years on.
The international government push to impose localised control over what we can and cannot see online.
Surreal extremes in a high school tale of money, death and hive-mind madness.
Mad Men writer Matthew Weiner’s new novel is a taut, stripped back study of dysfunction that could do with being a touch looser.