The Afrofuturist and socio-politically revolutionary film is never less than fascinating in its image of an alternative world – but also labours the point a bit too much.
The end of an era, as one of the world’s longest-running print fanzines finally brings a halt to its life, universe and everything.
Bertrand Mandico’s psychedelic science fiction drama is a glorious pop culture-laden trip into sexual expression, liberation and occultism.
The artist responsible for some of the most iconic magazine cover art of the 1980s was also a prolific illustrator of sexually explicit comic strips.
From Toi, ma nuit to Sexualis ’95 – the story of a strange novel that mixes nihilism and hedonism into a very 1960s French study of obsession and ennui.
The futuristic sounds of the distant past.
A collection of unfortunate design errors.
Britain’s TV regulator thinks that more of this sort of thing will encourage people to watch traditional TV channels again. They are mistaken.
The pioneering and influential space travel silent classic is a mixed bag of melodrama and innovation.
The Universal monster cycle – and the series of films starring their only original creation, the Gill Man – ends with a whimper rather than a bang.
The public domain e-book publisher that challenges our perceptions of just what appropriate cover art for a classic novel might be.
A chance to preview the new, enhanced Blu-ray versions of the cult TV show’s feature film editions for free.