The last time David Bowie visited Los Angeles he was in a state of “psychic terror” and his artistic sensibility involved a humanoid alien, an exorcism, a musical masterpiece and cocaine – lots of cocaine.
Bridget Jones’s Baby experienced a difficult labour in the US this weekend, taking just $8m and landing third in the charts, despite a wide release.
In the mid-1890s, Parisians reportedly ran screaming from the Lumière brothers’ experimental short film L’arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat, terrified that the train coming towards them was about to run them down.
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Gary Numan’s 1979 Top of the Pops debut, singing Tubeway Army’s Are “Friends” Electric?, not only launched the first mainstream electronic pop star but brought us the first No 1 single about a robot prostitute.
A unique film about two young men trying to survive in an unrecognisable London
Burlesque at it's best in a show that is both naughty and fun!
A Hologram For The King arrives on digital platforms on September 12th and DVD and Blu-ray on September 19th.
Fear the Walking Dead continues to get better after a shaky first season.
Apple has been ordered to pay up to €13bn (£11bn) in back taxes to Ireland after the European commission ruled that deals between Apple and the Irish tax authorities amounted to illegal state aid.
Lyndel Rhodes, 92, was all smiles as she listened to Willie Nelson’s new song. The reason? She wrote it.
It's the gift that keeps on giving – the best beauty sets will last all year round
Premier League club Southampton have become the first side in the league to adopt popular picture-messaging service Snapchat, into its social media usage.
I can’t say I wrote the book on Lil Wayne but I did write a book.
Aesthetically, the Alchemist is a good looking joint. It’s a very big modern space which feels like a modern interiors showroom
Forget the narcissistic "Reader, I shagged him" confessionals; this is much more interesting. Because as well as being about a stripper, it's also a great insight into the industry itself.
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.
Less influential electronic artists than Jean-Michel Jarre have been far more acclaimed.