Directed and presented by William Shatner, hour- long doc Chaos On The Bridge ( 2014, digital platforms) takes a candid look at Star Trek: The Next Generation’s troubled birth – in particular the outrageous meddling of Gene Roddenberry’s lawyer, who rewrote scripts in his name! Those who’ve seen the TNG Blu- ray extras won’t learn much, but it’s good to hear from writers Maurice Hurley and Tracy Tormé, absent from those. Munster, Go Home ( see page 101) isn’t the only Munsters film recently released. TV movie Here Come The Munsters ( 1995, PG, DVD) starts from scratch, as the family settle in California. The new cast are decent, it’s more respectful to the ’ 60s sitcom than 1988 revival The Munsters Today, and four of the original actors make brief appearances. The 1939 remake of The Cat And The Canary ( PG, DVD) features all the typical elements of the Old Dark House genre: a spooky mansion; a gathering of relatives; cobwebbed secret passageways; creepy goings- on with a rational explanation. Starring Bob Hope, it’s less stylish than the silent 1927 original, with the emphasis on comedy; while some of Hope’s quips are dreadfully corny, others still tickle the funny bone. Finally, sleazy Taiwanese horror Zombie Fight Club ( 2014, 18, DVD) rips off The Raid for an hour, then relocates to an arena where people must battle zombies to the death. There’s decent fight choreography and OTT gore aplenty, but it’s the attitude to women – there to be objectified and abused – that lingers in the memory.