❉ 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.
❉ An unlikely duo must decide what to do with a severed hand they find on a plot of land they intend to build on.
❉ The raven-haired heroine is brought back to life and flipped into a modern sci-fi world in this reader-friendly, well designed and appealing comic.
❉ We asked rock journalist Hermione Moonraker to write a few words about her love for Brian Pern (1951-2017).
❉ Shane Carruth tackles the nature of god, the interconnectivity of all living things, the mechanics of love and relationships, PTSD and pig farming.
❉ Jenny Shirt reviews a poetry-fest of pure Who that’s a welcome addition to any collector’s book shelf.
❉ Ben Aaronovitch’s hit novel series, Rivers of London, soon to be a TV show, is every bit as worthy of hoovering up as a comic series.