The cult underground cartoon of the 1960s that paired two pop culture icons – and the various sequels and remakes that followed.
The curious rediscovery of films once thought to be lost – or possibly to have never even existed.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
The last gasp from an acclaimed member of the cinema of transgression ought to have been his stepping stone to bigger things.
Three experimental short films by one of the world’s most renowned visual artists.
Two ultra-kitsch drag queen classics from the golden age of underground cinema.
Sitting at the intersection of underground filmmaking and commercial sexploitation, Nelson Lyon’s film is a unique slice of cult cinema.
The controversial and experimental films of the Japanese provocateur.
The photographer, filmmaker and pop culture icon’s extraordinary slice of high-camp melodrama from 1967.
The unlikely collaborations between the king of the Beat Generation and the master of British exploitation cinema.
A vengeful sex doll stars in the most entertaining and impressive short horror film you’ll ever see.
Dark eroticism, provocative kink and twisted libidos abound in Marc Blackie’s photography and filmmaking.