Tales From The Lodge (2019, dir. Abigail Blackmore and others)

Three couples reunite to scatter the ashes of a friend from their university days. The horror anthology meets a Big Chill/Return of the Secaucus Seven/Peter’s Friends-style relationships flick. A strong cast of UK TV comic faces helps, though the movie falls apart when the framing narrative plays its awkward, clumsy hand.

Here’s the trailer.

Kevin and Perry Go Large (2000, dir. Ed Bye)

Two teenage wannabe DJs go on holiday to Ibiza to lose their virginities. 90s sketch show characters get the send-them-on-vacation spinoff plot; gross-out humour and a surprisingly charming undercurrent make for a patchy flick, but Enfield and Burke capture adolescent friendship well, with the latter’s physical performance tremendous.

I Am Not A Serial Killer (2016, dir. Billy O’Brien)

An isolated teen is caught in a series of murders in a small town. Initially slow-moving, this dark horror piece gathers momentum as it proceeds, ending in places quite distant from its beginning. Christopher Lloyd puts in a lovely supporting performance.