❉ Johnny Restall on an overlooked Hammer masterpiece, which debuted in October 1971 paired with ‘Twins Of Evil’.
❉ The trio’s new album reflects on the ever-changing pathways of love and life, writes Ange Chan.
❉ How does Quentin and Tony’s cocaine rollercoaster ride hold up, almost 30 years after its release?
❉ Grapefruit’s all-male companion to 2017’s Milk Of The Tree is an unexpected delight, writes Stephen Porter.
❉ Is Teddy misunderstood or is Panda just a vicious sod? Si Hart gets drawn into Paul Magrs’ world of snowy days, picnics and gin!
❉ An appreciation of the cold SF thriller whose first episode went out on 3 October 1961.
❉ This book is so densely packed and full of attention to detail that you’re going to be finding new jokes to laugh at for a long time to come.
❉ Classical meets hip-hop as Anne Stephenson adds another string to her bow, writes We Are Cult’s Ange Chan.
❉ Eoghan Lyng on this year’s OTHER revealing Beatles documentary.
❉ We look back at some of the finest spy films exploring the tension and paranoia of the Cold War age.