✻ Sixty years on, we acknowledge Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Bus Stop’, and reflect on her iconic status.
✻ We chat to Tommy Draper, writer of Brit indie flick ‘Songbird’, a modern day folk-horror fairy tale.
❉ We review documentary ‘For the Love of Spock’, which recently opened in US theatres, to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the original series’ premiere on NBC.
❉ Aberdeen Football Club are turning their stadium car park into an American-style drive-in cinema for a showing of classic cult horror film ‘The Exorcist’.
❉ Media regulator Ofcom has censured Horror Channel for showing an unedited version of the 2010 remake of ‘I Spit on Your Grave’
❉ Critics panned it, audiences loved it. We celebrate the insanity that is Diana Ross’s 1975 movie Mahogany.
❉ At 9.00pm last night the BFI launched a brand new trailer for ‘The Shining’ which we thought you might like to see.
❉ With found footage more common as a genre than ever before, we look at one of the most successful films in the genre
❉ We Are Cult’s James Gent goes deep into Universal’s long awaited The Man Who Fell To Earth soundtrack album
❉ Major update on bonus features for Scream Factory’s 2-Disc Blu-ray Collector’s Edition of ‘The Exorcist III’