Connecting the dots that make up the hitherto-unexplored similarities between Stanley Kubrick and Doris Wishman.
1970s occultism meets sexploitation – but also looks forward to the female-led Wiccan world of today.
The trials and tribulations in seeking out the lost and the forgotten for the sake of completism.
The hallucinogenic vampire cinema of French cinema’s most underrated fantastic film director.
A curious burlesque VHS short featuring Russ Meyer’s legendary muse.
Our month of Hammer Horror continues with a long look at the hysterical and lurid final chapter of the Karnstein trilogy.
Forget Rod Stewart vs the Sex Pistols – this was the real battle for chart supremacy in the summer of 1977.
The eccentric and outlandish fortune-teller who has, bizarrely, been proven right more often than you might think.
Looking back at the much-loved British horror film director and his remarkable body of work.
Two ultra-kitsch drag queen classics from the golden age of underground cinema.
Gloriously unrestrained radio trailers from the golden age of exploitation cinema.
As The Night Porter returns to blu-ray, we look at the sordid world of the brief Naziploitation craze it accidentally helped spawn, and its most outrageous imitator.