Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with one of the company’s most impressive works from the 1970s.
The fire-breathing, demonic monster that gripped the public consciousness in the 19th Century.
The short-lived comic book series aiming to explore notorious scandals from the point of view of both people involved.
The notorious on-air suicide of a news anchor has become the stuff of legend, bestowing a pointless posthumous celebrity on its ‘star’.
There might be more to the Son of Sam case than meets the eye – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Maury Terry’s Satanic Panic conspiracies should be believed.
America’s king of trash TV investigates the killing of America and goes toe-to-toe with Charles Manson in a notorious 1988 TV special.
The melodramatic and shocking educational films of 1950s and 1960s America.
The book they wanted to ban turns out to be an unsettling look into the mind of a murderer – and just how ordinary he actually was.
The demonisation of an innocent man over lurid sex fantasies and the belief that there is no smoke without fire – a cautionary tale.
In the latest Reprobate podcast, we talk to Nikolas Schreck, author, filmmaker, musician, spiritual adventurer and provocateur about Charles Manson, Covid and conspiracy theories among other things.
The government efforts to ban a British TV interview with the notorious serial killer Dennis Nilsen.
Money, sex, power and moral certainty.