Riding on the marketing coat-tails of theatrical releases is a perennial topic in this column. And coat-tails don’t come bigger than the Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga version of A Star is Born, coming in No 1 at the Australian box office last weekend. It stands to reason older audiences might like to rewatch 1976’s A Star is Born (Sunday, 8.30pm, SBS Viceland) starring Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson and Gary Busey; it is also screening on Foxtel this week (Wednesday, 6.05pm, Foxtel Movie Greats). Last week also saw the debut of Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. Accordingly the original Goosebumps (Saturday, 7.45pm, GO!) starring Jack Black, Dylan Minnette ( 13 Reasons Why) and Odeya Rush is screening. “And now for something completely different”, as Monty Python used to say, try Iron Sky (Saturday, 10.30pm, SBS Viceland). The 2012 film was not only partially crowdfunded, it included crowdsourced ideas for the film’s narrative. The results are a camp but only occasionally funny movie about a group of Nazis who flee to the dark side of the moon after 1945, where they build a Swastika-shaped moon base with the intention of invading and conquering Earth in 2018.