Laura Morgan rewatches Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs, out in a new edition blu-ray today.
A short piece by Indy Datta about a long film – Béla Tarr’s Sátántagó
Sarah Slade rewatches Topsy Turvy and discovers an unusual Mike Leigh film about the creative process.
Lissy Lovett kicks off her week of editing Mostly Film with a post about her day job, theatre captioning.
Ricky Young takes a look at Michael Caine’s multi-generational dalliance with some French popsy, a film which sounds like it should be the worst thing in the world, but somehow isn’t.
Part of an occasional series in which Spank The Monkey travels to foreign countries, watches films in unfamiliar languages, and then complains about not understanding them. This episode: Dubai, August 2014.
Touching football documentary Next Goal Wins is released on DVD today. To celebrate, we have three discs plus a signed poster to give away.
Phil Concannon has mixed feelings about Kelly Reichhardt’s latest offering.
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.