James Nguyen’s trash trilogy reaches the final (for now) instalment – but will it be third time unlucky or is the outsider magic still there?
Looking back at one of the great moments in outsider horror cinema from glorious eccentric Ted V. Mikels.
A collection of cheap but cheerful short sci-fi and horror romps.
The melodramatic and shocking educational films of 1950s and 1960s America.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
A steampunk fantasy of filmmaking, mystery and charm.
The fourteen minute promo for a Nottingham supermarket is a masterpiece of disturbing trance-like minimalism.
The sort-of official, sort-of opportunist sequel to Paul Verhoeven’s cult classic is an extraordinary work of outsider cinema.
Personifying 1970s indie-horror weirdness, Joseph P. Mawra’s incredibly strange and very un-PC film is a study in the alternative, almost arthouse underground genre filmmaking of that extraordinary decade.
A bizarre, one of a kind slice of outsider horror cinema from the 1970s.