Patrick Cowley was one of disco’s most mysterious figures.
Originally best known for his 1985 chart-topper You Spin Me Round (Like a Record), made with his band Dead Or Alive, Pete Burns later became a reality TV star, coming fifth in the final of Celebrity Big Brother in 2006, as well as a living advertisement for the dangers of plastic surgery.
Warner Bros is suing a talent agency for allegedly making copies of films from DVDs sent for Academy Award consideration and allowing them to be leaked on to the internet.
The Who once famously sang that they hoped they’d die before they got old. Now it appears that this might have been to save themselves from the drag of having to repeatedly play live shows night after night.
Before he was a pop star or a regular presence on reality TV, Pete Burns was a clothes designer and the proprietor of a shop in Liverpool’s Casey Street, catering to the city’s burgeoning punk scene.
The singer Pete Burns, who founded pop group Dead Or Alive, has died of a cardiac arrest aged 57.
A compelling and must-see documentary about the brave men who recovered bodies from the 1979 Air New Zealand crash that left 257 dead.
The longtime Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil is set to perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration in Washington DC on 20 January.
Aliens galore as 20th Century Fox reveal details for Alien 5 and Prometheus 2
Golden Years are truly golden, especially if you take to robbing banks!
"Oh, I am so much more excited about the Jubilee than I am about the Olympics," said a super fabulous banker friend the other day. So we asked him what he was going to be doing. And eating. And wearing.
Welcome to HITC Gaming’s 12 films of Christmas. A pick of festive classics for those less inclined to wade through It’s a Wonderful Life on Christmas Day.
The Drudge Report had sparked an internet frenzy after claiming Oscar-tipped actor is sexually assaulted in the brutal western
Fear the Walking Dead continues to get better after a shaky first season.
For the duration of this article, we are going be using “feminist” as a transitive verb. You have to just not let it bother you.
Billions, starring Damien Lewis and Paul Giamatti is out now to buy on DVD.
Warner Bros’ enormous investment in a new five-part franchise based on the wizarding world created by JK Rowling appears to have paid off.
Right now it is tempting to find parables and parallels everywhere for the current US situation. With this documentary from Nanette Burstein, the zeitgeist-paranoia is justified. Her film is about a man who, in political terms, was John the Baptist to the non-Jesus that is the president-elect.