The definitive visual guide to the most notorious films of the 1980s.
Remembering the great cult movie star who died yesterday.
A government admitting when it is wrong should be something to applaud, not score points with.
The story of Britain’s first horror moral panic and the odd role that the Communist Party played in it.
Over fifty years after it was made, Bob Cresse and Lee Frost’s trashy bad taste movie is still beyond the pale for the British censors.
Examining a history of the legendary video label that strangely brushes over the most interesting period of its existence.
The lost mid-Sixties psych-folk career of Britain’s reluctant Italian horror star.
The moral panic over Joker is a depressing throwback to video nasty hysteria.
Britain’s most controversial filmmaker, the moral campaigner and a gaggle of Rambos collide on a television discussion show.
Anti-porn research from official bodies is often filled with scare headlines that the facts simply don’t match. Here’s our examination of one such sensationalist report.
The story of anthropophagy on screen, from Dr X to The Green Inferno.