The most gleefully offensive film of the 1970s is a mad, bad and – if you are not of a delicate disposition – wildly entertaining.
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.
Norman Warren’s debut feature film is a fascinating slice of Sixties sex, sin and sensationalism.
Norman Wisdom’s ill-fated step into Swinging London is more interesting than its reputation might suggest.
Wigging out to a Sixties hipster sleaze classic.
When Britain’s sex superstar went behind the scenes on the closed set of the much-anticipated horror film.