Infuriating hagiography of one man’s love of London.
Despite Tracey Thorn’s songwriting credentials this is a torpid teenage memoir.
Lyrical and stirring portmanteau about the mysteries of the sea.
Timidly erotic spaghetti slasher
Polemical, bite-sized tour of the feminist struggle, both past and present.
Funny but frustratingly coy 60’s sex comedy
Photographs of island life long gone and a glimpse of the woman photographer behind them
Lofty meditation on the fascination of small things that rather misses the point
Elegiac, intense brief encounter at a cabin by the lake
Absorbing and relevant book on how The Guardian helped remake journalism
Elegantly and authoritatively presented compendium of Scottish plant life.
Two dudes go mad in El Salvador
Lavishly illustrated story of Calton Hill and Edinburgh’s Third New Town
Dundee’s stunning new design museum is set to revitalise the city
A tender and true story about Italians in living Scotland framed through food and family.
The Wee Review escapes the push and shove of the Fringe for some seaside therapy
Tender and beautifully written guide for anyone working in the arts.
Risible sword and sorcery nonsense is compulsively watchable.
Sentimental prison movie given Hollywood gloss
Camp is scathing and cruel and very funny. It’s the lie that tells the truth and Scotland has discovered it big time. Ken Wilson goes camping.
Thriller with incendiary anti-racist message
The tragic and devilish story of Jayne Mansfield
Charged courtroom drama that takes creationism to task
X-rated 60’s shocker now dated but watchable