Crossing Souls (Multi) By: Devolver IT SEEMS Hollywood is all about the 80s tribute acts, with Stranger Things and Stephen King’s It remake letting my generation geek out on nostalgic love letters to the decade.
WITH the status of the Irish border still a hot topic for Brexit negotiators, new three-part BBC NI sitcom Soft Border Patrol follows the day-to-day workings of a special unit set up to monitor our post-Brexit border of the near future.
THE Top Gear trio are having a discussion: who's the worst at laughing while filming? Chris Harris admits he struggles because Matt LeBlanc "always sets him off" (LeBlanc jokingly replies his funniest stuff doesn't make it into the show).
IT'S fair to say that broadcaster Gerry Kelly was a somewhat reluctant pilgrim on his recent walk along the famous Camino through north-west Spain to the tomb of St James the Apostle in Santiago de Compostela.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (Cert 15, 92 mins, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Romance/Drama, available from February 19 exclusively on iTunes then from February 26 on other download and streaming services, available from March 5 on DVD £19.
UFC 3 (Multi) By: EA IN TERMS of globally flying the tricolour, Conor McGregor is surely up there with St Patrick and spuds, and his ginger fizzog unsurprisingly adorns the cover of EA's latest Octagon-based fisticuffs.
SHE’S no stranger to Belfast, having featured the city in a number of her television programmes, including Digging for Britain, Ireland's Treasures Uncovered and, most recently, filming for the forthcoming Channel 4 series Britain's Most Historic Town, where cutting-edge CGI is used to recreate early Victorian times here.