❉ 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.
❉ Kung-Fu Classic starring the undisputed Godfather of Martial Arts Action-Comedy Jackie Chan!
❉ Now you see him… Big Finish’s ‘The Invisible Man’ is a fitting tribute to the late Sir John Hurt.
❉ “Worthy of Robert Holmes at his most cynical”, the latest Fifth Doctor audio puts a different spin on the ‘psuedo-historical’.
❉ Take a trip down some of the lesser-known, uncharted byways of sixties British cinema.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities. This week, two lost souls search for meaning in their broken lives.
❉Proustian remembrances of things past, this particular musical madeleine being the Pixies’ Trompe Le Monde.
❉ Maison Rouge will specialise in Euro Sleaze and Black House Films will focus on Euro Horror.
❉ Fritz Lang’s visually ambitious, cinematic allegory starring Lil Dagover and Bernhard Goetzke.