❉ Comedian Sam Michael on Arthur Smith’s bizarre Footy-rom-com-sci-fi-sports-entertainment-madness.
❉ Paul Kindersley’s third feature is one of those rare things; a film that is completely unique, writes Jonathan Sisson.
❉ Jon Dear reviews Eureka’s release of the Expressionist thriller starring Conrad Veidt.
❉ These special editions will give Doctor Who fans a new insight into the making of the classic science fiction series!
❉ Three subversive and controversial films dealing with strong female characters and their struggle with sexual identity in society.
❉ This graphic and blackly comic low-budget film wears its Elm Street and Clive Barker influences on its sleeve.
❉ Initially released in the UK at the end of May 1991, this movie remains a fascinating, brilliantly made piece of work.
❉ A graphically violent piece of environmental horror from director John Frankenheimer.
❉ Mark Cunliffe revisits Gerry & Sylvia Anderson’s space oddity, recently released on Blu-ray.
❉ An intimate, wild cinematic ride that revels in its volatility, writes Nick Clement.