Remembering when the combination of box-shaped robots and glamour girls represented the cutting edge of modernism and style.
Continuing our crime month with a look at a trio of early British films based on the novels by the master of the genre.
Setting the scene for our month of Film Noir reviews – and explaining why we are refusing to take a narrow view of just what ‘noir’ is.
The outrageous kinkiness of classic comic books and their BDSM-inspired creators.
More 1960s anti-smut hysteria from notorious fraudster Charles Keating.
Almost three decades on, Pulp Fiction remains the go-to Cool Movie for people who aren’t cool.
The indie director’s two Nature Gone Wild movies are more interesting than people would have you believe.
The oddly old-fashioned and pulpy science fiction comic book series from the people who brought you Commando.
The British government’s campaign of mass hysteria in order to keep the nation rabies-free.
Remembering the unrestrained king of British pulp horror.
From novelisations to Marvel Comics to Power Records, the publications that fed the relentless Ape Fever of the Seventies.
The series of novels based around the legendary comic strip sci-fi hero Flash Gordon that appeared – with very different covers – in the US and UK during the Seventies.