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Religulous - greatest religious hoaxes

In cinemas this Friday, 3 April, Religulous is set to be one of the year’s most entertaining and controversial comedies.From Larry Charles, the director of Borat, the film follows leading...

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The Wire comes to BBC2

For several years I heard mention of an almost mythical television series called 'The Wire'. The reverence in which it seemed to be held gave it an almost otherworldly status.

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Boys from the Dwarf!

You all probably know by now that the brilliant BBC sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf is coming back as a three-part special to be shown over Easter on the UK Freeview...

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My favourite 80s films: part II

The countdown continues...5. The Lost Boys (1987) When I was about 14, I managed to convince my parents let me stay up late one night to watch An American Werewolf...

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Duplicity - the world premiere

Julia Roberts and Clive Owen were on the red carpet in Leicester Square last night for the world premiere of their new movie Duplicity.

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My favourite 80s films: part I

The other day I had a sudden and definite urge to watch The Lost Boys. It was one of the most memorable films I saw as a kid and in...

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The Repo roadshow rolls on ...

It's getting its UK premiere at the FrightFest Spring Awakening on Saturday, but the cult schlock horror musical Repo! The Genetic Opera is proving so popular, it's going to be...

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Watchmen: the good, the bad and the ugly

The Watchmen premiere was held in London last night, so that all the glitterati and important people (ie, Big Brother winners and footballers' girlfriends) could get a chance to see...

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Oscar winners revealed ... or are they?

There's a letter doing the rounds of the internet that purports to be a list of all the winners of the 81st Academy Awards.

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Who is Number 9 Man?

The next — and possibly final — straight-to-DVD Futurama film, Into The Wild Blue Yonder, is about to hit the store shelves (and the letterboxes of those clever people who...