An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
The most notorious star of the 1980s climbs onboard the VHS exercise tape craze.
The perils of letting a frumpy film critic influence your way of thinking.
Maria Der’s wonderfully deranged visions from the tobacco cured VHS parlours of yesteryear allow us a peak and a prod at the underbelly of many beloved Hollywood favourites.
How the TV broadcast of the horror classic caused religious hysteria and fears of demonic possession.
Remembering the pioneers of mail order VHS cult movie retail in the wild west days of uncensored video.
A guide to nudity in mainstream movies was a brilliant idea, but one soon made obsolete by technology.
David Lynch’s exploration of dreams, nightmares and the fears of fatherhood remains as startling an experience now as it ever was.
The oddball X-rated horror musical that had a troubled production but finally found an audience decades later.
Looking back at the most notorious example of extreme cinema to emerge in the post-Video Nasty age.