❉ The enduring appeal of Nigel Kneale’s telefantasy masterpiece, which first aired 60 years ago this week
❉ The middle chapter of Carpenter’s Apocalypse trilogy contains some of his most ambitious ideas as a writer.
❉ Ken Shinn explores The Wonderful Worlds Of Ray Harryhausen.
❉ Don Klees reviews the special edition DVD release of “the boldest science-fiction film of all time”.
❉ A bruised Brian Wilson may have stood down from the helm after Smile but he was still hugely gifted and capable.
❉ PS Publishing’s essay collection pays tribute to the Quatermass creator and ‘father of British TV drama’.
❉ We look back at Robin Hardy’s folk horror masterpiece – and its legacy.
❉ Now That’s What I Call Hauntology.
❉ Now we are in 2017, many of the predictions made in 1987 movie The Running Man look eerily prophetic, writes David Bishop…
❉ Benedict who? Take a voyage to Trip Out City with the late 1970s incarnation of Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme.