❉ The Section’s finest killer – together with Lonely, Hunter, Meres and Liz – is resoundingly back. Big Finish have played a blinder.
❉ Don Klees reviews the special edition DVD release of “the boldest science-fiction film of all time”.
❉ An exclusive restored 2-disc special edition of the most shocking and influential film about a nuclear apocalypse.
❉ Chris Orton looks back on the BBC dramatisation of the post-apocalyptic novel, broadcast 34 years ago today.
❉ After-Image looks at single images and the emotional and narrative weight they carry. This week: Nobody Trusts Anybody Now And We’re All Very Tired.
❉ A book about growing up in the dark side of the 70s with the darkest, most inappropriate pop culture ever.
❉ The new trailer looks exciting and varied, with faces old and new. Let’s dissect it!
❉ We conclude our look back on Ray Milland’s cult triptych with his second feature for Roger Corman’s AIP studios.
❉ This year’s annual celebration of recovered archive television entertained across the board. Though possibly not if you’re a boa constrictor.
✻ Found Footage 101 continues with a film which, while not strictly speaking ‘found footage’, was a huge influence on the genre…