Remembering the king of low-budget, high-concept straight-to-supermarket British horror.
Not for the faint of heart – a sordid collection of outrageous and extreme pulp fiction novel cover art from France.
The 1978 collision of science fiction, body horror and conspiracy thriller is as potent an experience now as it ever was.
David Cronenberg’s Shivers is one of the most revolutionary, unsettling and provocative movies from the Golden Age of horror cinema.
42nd Street Pete’s story of grimy movies, grimy theatres and grimy patrons proves to be a fascinating slice of nostalgia in an overly-sanitised world.
The obscure role-playing game based on the gore-drenched cult classic George Romero film.