Remembering the oddball world of underground video production, tape trading and sexploitation splatter movies.
The pioneering home video offerings from one of Britain’s biggest entertainment companies.
Walerian Borowczyk’s radical reinterpretation of the much-filmed horror story is a potent study in hypocrisy and liberation.
Remembering the great Japanese action star whose perpetually cool career spanned six decades.
The cult underground cartoon of the 1960s that paired two pop culture icons – and the various sequels and remakes that followed.
The deranged Pakistani film that reinvented the controversial author as an international super-villain, and was briefly banned in Britain.
The paranoid and conspiracy-driven films of America’s biggest fundamentalist production company.
Mail order salvation, as promised by America’s most delirious fundamentalist publisher.
RCA’s unique vinyl-based video format arrived on the market too late to have any chance of success – but remains an intriguingly unique system.
The last gasp from an acclaimed member of the cinema of transgression ought to have been his stepping stone to bigger things.
The horror movie magazine’s short-lived video series took a curious turn towards the Satanic in its second edition.
A selection of ludicrous and entirely unsuitable VHS artwork for films that would either disappoint or horrify anyone attracted by these covers.