❉ The first film in Fritz Lang’s ‘Dr Mabuse’ trilogy is one of the great master-works of silent cinema.
❉ Take yourself back to a time before Fake News, Trump, Brexit, Revenge Porn and Take Me Out: A time of NuRave, hot indie girls, Emo and house parties.
❉ Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s fifth album is a short but sweet effort.
❉ Will Brooker looks at the continuity of Bowie’s work through the prism of his recurrent themes.
❉ Now we are in 2017, many of the predictions made in 1987 movie The Running Man look eerily prophetic, writes David Bishop…
❉ CultFilms is set to release newly remastered versions of two world cinema classics from two of the world’s finest filmmakers.
❉ BFI to release on DVD Who’s That Knocking at My Door (1967) and Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974) on 27 March.
❉ Jeremy Brett’s interpretation of Sherlock Holmes is seen by many as the definitive portrayal of the great detective.
❉ Why Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s 2001 masterpiece is the greatest screen musical of the 21st Century so far.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering. This week: Broadcaster and Geek Queen Samira Ahmed on Wonder Woman, David Bowie, the BFi and more.