The great lost film of modern British cinema emerges into the light.
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.
The vintage children’s TV science fiction show from the 1970s.
The controversial action figure from an adults-only horror movie that was pitched at kids during the Star Wars toy boom.
Exploring a little-known author of sleazy 1960s paperback cheap thrills.
The classic science fiction film is more than just a collection of nihilistic sport and slaughter sequences.
Jim Rugg reinvents a classic – if little known – comic book character, with a fluorescent 1970s vibe.
The obscure, the absurd and the inspired – more movies to entertain and inform during the Covid-19 lockdown.
More movies to marvel at, from vintage sci-fi to spaghetti westerns, from sword and sorcery to wild bikers, and from Mamie Van Doren to Russ
The original space rockers and author Michael Moorcock join forces for a seminal concept album.
1979’s two train travel fantasy shows that crashed and burned.