Nicolas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell to Earth is rereleased after 40 years and it looks more exotic, more preposterous, more fascinating than ever, like a hyper-evolved midnight movie in the manner of Roger Corman.
The news that Lady Gaga’s new single, Perfect Illusion, would debut on Friday elicited excited responses from her fans.
Older Academy members are continuing to voice their disquiet in the face of a possible cessation of their right to vote for the Oscars.
“Sell-by dates don’t mean anything ... do they?” Bridget Jones is talking about the eco-friendly biodegradable condoms she bought ages ago, and with which she has suddenly ended an aeon-long sex famine by using twice, on getting suddenly lucky with two chaps within a few days: dishy online dating expert (Patrick Dempsey) and her old smoulderer, the unexpectedly single Mark Darcy (Colin Firth).
In her fifth decade in the entertainment industry, country singer Dolly Parton is back at the top of the charts, and showing her business acumen.
A new day generally brings a fresh frontrunner to inherit 007’s tuxedo, with Victoria star Tom Hughes the most recent to join the likes of Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston and Aidan Turner.
Level Up is available on digital download from 5 September and on Blu-ray and DVD from 19 September.
Precious Cargo is available on EST, Blu-ray and DVD from today
Two real-life magicians also make their clothes disappear in this cheeky new show at Trafalgar Studios
Vincent Ralph looks back on the first episode of the new series of BBC One's The Apprentice.
Former WWE star Billy Jack Haynes files lawsuit against WWE.
Peter Capaldi’s 2014 Whovian Christmas shares its name with a Wham! track
This year’s BFI London Film Festival looks to be one of the best in recent memory and is loaded with lots of must-see films.
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is available on Blu-ray, DVD and Steelbook from today.
Spotify has become the latest service to be hit by “malvertising”, after a malicious advert pushed through the free tier of the music streaming site started opening “questionable” website pop-ups for some users.
Laura Wade’s story of privileged bad behaviour comes to the screen at a politically delicate moment for Britain’s ruling elite
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.
We are a week away from the biggest show in the wrestling calendar so let's look at the Wrestlemania card and who could come out on top.
20th Century Fox reveal first trailer for Maze Runner sequel The Scorch Trials.
Suzanne Vega, the youthful lone voice of folkish revival in the 1980s, is now a 57-year-old woman but she remains, as she always has been, a mysteriously protean presence. She’s elfin small with large blue eyes and a face that tends towards cool inexpressiveness.
The Boss is available on digital download, Blu-ray and DVD from 24th October 2016.