❉ A relentless collection of dynamite floor-fillers, taken from the vaults of legendary labels like Stax, Chess, and Motown, writes Johnny Restall.
❉ As an overview of a hugely varied scene this arboreal archive cannot be faulted, writes Johnny Restall.
❉ A small selection of some of Mimi Parker of much-loved indie heroes Low’s finest musical moments, highlighting an unassuming but remarkable talent sadly lost.
❉ The majority of the music assembled here still sounds brilliantly fresh and strange after all these years, writes Johnny Restall.
❉ Johnny Restall on a new two-disc set of vintage chillers starring horror legend Boris Karloff.
❉ Eureka’s recent two-disc Blu-ray set unearths three neglected genre creations from the Universal vaults, writes Jonny Restall.
❉ Johnny Restall looks back on Big Star’s debut album #1 Record, released fifty years ago.
❉ The first horror film made with sound in Mexico deserves to be seen for its historical significance alone, writes Johnny Restall.
❉ Vincent Price, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee steal every scene in Peter Walker’s potboiler, writes Johnny Restall.
❉ Johnny Restall finds much to admire in Anthony Friedman’s 1970 film with a score by Roger Webb.