It’s that man again! Fresh from his recent appearances at Kinokulture cinema in ‘Power of the Dog’ and ‘Louis Wain’, Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Doctor Strange in the latest Marvel film.

‘Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness (12A)’ screens this Friday and Saturday nights with a matinee on Sunday.

The first Doctor Strange was a pleasant entry in the Marvel canon with a sly sense of humour and tongue firmly in cheek. This one is a slightly more grown-up film, directed by Sam Raimi, more usually found working in horror films. What do you need to know? There are alternative universes and a split in the fabric of time, meaning characters from other Marvel films may make surprise appearances. Some 20+ Marvel films in, these latest ones are unlikely to convert any newcomers, but will leave fans happy.

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Yet another film that passed us by while we were all still nervous about returning to cinemas was director Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’, screening now on NOWTV. This one flopped at the box office, a surprise given Wright previously helmed hits like ‘Shaun of the Dead’ and ‘Baby Driver’.

His latest follows a shy fashion student in contemporary London who finds a doorway back to the Swinging Sixties. Every night she travels back to the decade she’s obsessed with, living her life through the character of a night club singer. A cast of great modern actors including Anna Taylor-Joy (‘Queens Gambit’) and Matt Smith feature alongside actors like Diana Rigg, Terence Stamp and Rita Cushingham who lived through the Sixties the first time around.

This dark psychological thriller is a departure for Wright and it’s gorgeous production design and recreations of sixties London should appeal to anyone looking for something a little different.