Lovers of bad taste horror will be delighted by the release of THE HERSCHELL GORDON LEWIS FEAST (out now, dual-format Blu-ray & DVD). This Amazon-exclusive box set collects 14 films by the cult director who basically invented the gore film. Only a handful of them – like 1967 vampire tale A Taste Of Blood, or 1968 sex-robot tale How To Make A Doll – really exist in SFX territory, mind; psychos, rednecks and delinquents are more common themes – as is violence to the female form… Beginning with a multi-episode failed trip to France to try to convince Bonnie Prince Charlie not to fund the Jacobite rebellion and ending with the Battle of Culloden, OUTLANDER SEASON TWO (out now, Blu-ray/ DVD) continues to be the most gruesome and harrowing historical romance ever. Stylish, gorgeously shot and impeccably acted, it also knows how to turn pure cheese into drama effortlessly. Finally, BBC Store now have some great vintage children’s TV available (out now, download) – much of it available to buy for the first time. They include four episodes of classic teatime gameshow THE ADVENTURE GAME (1980); Arthurian-inspired serial MOON STALLION, with Who’s Sarah Sutton (1978); and spooky E Nesbit adaptation THE ENCHANTED CASTLE (1979). Sadly the Beeb only announced this range the day before release! We’ll take a look at them – plus BBC Store’s animated restoration of classic Who story “The Power Of The Daleks”, also unavailable before our deadline – next issue.