❉ The ghost of Doctor Who’s premier world builder Robert Holmes was again in the writers’ room, and Bradley Walsh continues to steal every scene he’s in.
❉ Over Killing Joke’s forty year lifespan, the state of the world may not have got any better, but that’s good for us as it’s the fuel they still pour on their creative fire.
❉ The Police’s collection of five albums in six years plus a bonus disc is an arresting one, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ We Are Cult’s musical majordomo Eoghan Lyng compiles a chronological decalogue of Floydian peaks.
❉ Is the Coen brothers’ bonanza of six mini-movies worth singing about? Find out in Ben Peyton’s spoiler-free review.
❉ Not to mince words, this is the most Brexit package of extras for a major album reissue in living memory
❉ Somewhere between a rant and a meditation on film-making, this is the closest audiences will get to experiencing Welles’ vision of his lost movie.
❉ Peter Medak’s ghost story arrives on a nicely presented Blu-ray with a generous amount of extras. Does it still hold up over three decades later?
❉ An enlightening drama about a shameful period of Britain’s colonial past, the sci fi interwoven cleverly and unobtrusively with the historical setting.
❉ Luca Guadagnino’s take on Dario Argento’s masterpiece is a striking work that manages to perplex as much as it enthrals.