There might be more to the Son of Sam case than meets the eye – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Maury Terry’s Satanic Panic conspiracies should be believed.
A World of Demonic Dolls, Baphomet Burlesque and Satanic Smut.
The boom in lecherous, kinky and erotic occult magazines at the height of the Satanic Sixties and Seventies.
The demonisation of an innocent man over lurid sex fantasies and the belief that there is no smoke without fire – a cautionary tale.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
A series of lectures on sex and death by The Last Tuesday Society.
The scariest film of the last decade, apparently – but does Host live up to the claims that it is the horror film we all need for the Covid Age?
The Devilishly playful images of Hell, damnation and Satan at play that delighted France and England in the Victorian age.
How the TV broadcast of the horror classic caused religious hysteria and fears of demonic possession.
Devilish Christmas decorations, alternative fashion accessories and stitches with attitude.
Exploring the pagan roots and dark traditionalism of 1970s British folk, via a new box set.
Will the mystery of the man pursued by sex-hungry succubi at the end of the 1990s ever be solved?