❉ Found Footage 101 continues with ‘Man Bites Dog’, a hard-hitting satire about the role of the media and violence.
❉ We review Simon Matthews’ magical history tour of Swinging Sixties British cinema.
❉ Eureka Entertainment is to present Osamu Tezuka’s ‘Metropolis’ for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK.
❉ We revive the spirit of BBC2’s ‘Moviedrome’ – this week: ‘Beetlejuice’ Day-oh!
❉ We mark the 40th anniversary of the cult classic, ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’, re-released today as a 4k restoration.
❉ As we look at the found footage films that lead up to ‘The Blair Witch Project’, we go on a ‘Forbidden Quest’…
❉ A new biography of 1930s film star Carole Lombard, from The History Press, has just been released.
❉ The centenary of Margaret Lockwood, one of Britain’s most successful film stars, is marked with an in-depth biography.
❉ We continue our ‘found footage’ retrospective with ’84 Charlie MoPic’. Out in the jungle, a mission goes horribly wrong…
❉An appreciation of ‘My Neighbour Totoro’, the heart-warming 1988 cult film from anime giant Studio Ghibli.