The other brilliant thing in Interzone is Nick Lowe's SF film review column (not Nick Lowe as in 'Jesus of Cool'). He is so good that every month I want to transcribe massive chunks of his column into my blog. Today he has a long review of 'Howl's Moving Castle' which is very insightful. Particularly about how Miyazaki offers young girls a positive image of themselves: 'Most of whom you shockingly realise have never seen a film in their lives that doesn't insult, patronise, indoctinate and slow-poison their imaginations and aspirations with what the slimiest of Hollywood stink-gods deem they might want'. Good sentence huh? (I'm reading Howl's Moving Castle right now).
Lowe also mentions 'Primer' which I'd love to see - has anyone seen it? I've got a kind of thing about time loop films.