Danni Glover brings you the pick of this year’s festival of fear, which ran at the Vue Leicester Square over the bank holiday weekend.
In a MostlyFilm Saturday Night special, it seems a small number of people watched a certain television programme this evening. Here, our Doctor Who correspondent Ricky Young offers his thoughts. Feel free to keep them, or hand them back at any time.
Josephine Grahl revisits Satiyajit Ray’s favourite of his own films, Charulata
With Most Haunted returning to our screens tonight, Mr Moth examines the curious appeal of Britain’s most popular ghost-hunting show.
Here at MostlyFilm, we like to ROCK. And since the Reading and Leeds festivals are happening this weekend, we’re opportunistically jumping on the musical bandwagon (is that a thing? – ed) to share with you some of our favourite obscure music videos. So turn off your email, turn up the sound and enjoy.
Ann Jones visits two very different art installations currently showing in central London and finds both provide space to think.
Summer is here, so Mr Moth puts his sunglasses on, gets into his swimming trunks and goes for a lie down in a darkened room.
Laura Morgan and Danni Glover brave a wet weekend in Auld Reekie to bring you their Fringe recommendations, while Alice Sanders shares some home truths about taking a show to Edinburgh for the first time.
In the first of a two-part series, documentary-maker Paul Duane reflects on films left unmade.