I recently purchased 5 rolls of Lomography's Lomochrome Purple 35mm flm. The film has been available for a couple of years and is interesting in that it kind of mimics the effect of colour infra red film which is no longer produced. The advantage of this film as opposed to true colour infrared film is it doesn't require any filters, it is more forgiving, develops in regular colour negative chemistry and is readily available and therefore much cheaper.
I have used this film in the past, but this film is a brand new formula which they claim has a much higher sensitivity to red hues and is less grainy than its predecessor. I decided to try out the first roll in my Nikon FM2 with a 60mm macro lens. On the whole, I'm pretty happy with the way the first roll came out. The colours are nice and there's a bit of grain but not too much. I look forward to putting the other 4 rolls to the test.