❉ 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.
❉ Johnny Restall revisits William Friedkin’s ferociously stylish 1985 thriller.
❉ Johnny Restall on an overlooked Hammer masterpiece, which debuted in October 1971 paired with ‘Twins Of Evil’.
❉ An appreciation of an almost forgotten album 50 years on from its original release, by Johnny Restall.
❉ Initially released in the UK at the end of May 1991, this movie remains a fascinating, brilliantly made piece of work.
❉ Johnny Restall examines the ferociously strange and surreal natal nightmare.
❉ Johnny Restall examines Alan Pakula’s classic thriller’s unusual approach, its sexual politics, and its place in ’70s paranoid and neo-noir cinema.