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If you saw Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror in American cinemas, you might remember seeing the spoof trailers that appeared between the two films.
A caller from Bracknell sparked a reality TV storm when she clashed with X Factor judges on a live TV show prompting furious online debate and even death threats.
Every week our square-eyed reporters take a look at what’s on TV – the highlights and the lowlights – and pick what they think you should watch or avoid.
The penultimate film in the wizarding saga hit cinema screens at the weekend – seemingly without an almighty fanfare.
You may not realise it yet but you have probably seen Jamie McLeod-Ross on TV, at the cinema or at the theatre.
This is an interesting sounding three-part documentary telling us all what it’s actually like to be American citizen.
Due to a series of complications and incidents – not to mention getting caught in Reading’s traffic as I headed to the Vue cinema – I was certainly in no mood for watching a turkey.
The trailer may not have done much to get you excited about the latest comedy from laughter-maestro Todd Phillips but don’t let that fool you.
No, not the Oasis song – or even the Ben E King song – but a coming-of-age film about a group of best mates in America who go on an on foot trek up a railway line to go and see a dead body.
Every time a new Simon Pegg film comes along, a gaggle of geeks get all excited.