An unexpectedly impressive gothic horror from the makers of Britain’s most daringly explicit softcore 8mm movies.
A controversial French paranoid classic, the search for nudity on late-night television and the accidental discovery of world cinema: memories of the 1970s.
The collision of commercial and independent cinema in the cult 1970s vampire movie Ganja and Hess.
The US indie horror series that brought the vampire into the modern era.
One of Christopher Lee’s lesser known forays into the world of popular music.
As the global lockdown continues, so does our selection of movies to watch in order to stave off – or possibly speed up – madness.
Another selection of alternative viewing to help you through these difficult days.
Reassessing the blaxploitation horror classics of the 1970s.
Get yourself a spectacular new interpretation of Bram Stoker’s novel as a series of diaries, maps and recordings – but prepare for an equally spectacular
Critters Attack! • Double Date • The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith • Domino • Lust for a Vampire • One Deadly Summer
The home make-up kit that promised to transform you into horrible creatures, but which was fiendishly hard to use.
One of the last-gasp efforts from the legendary studio was a big-budget comic book adaptation – but it failed to get off the ground.