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Andy talks to us about how he started his career, Mock the Week and George Bush.
Ashton Kutcher makes his debut, so has the series lost any of it's Sheen? (What!? Aw c'mon, that line was there for the taking).
Marueen O'Brein reads an episode from the first ever series of Dr Who
Its been 44 years since the first of the 'Apes' franchise, now Rupert Wyatt and Co attempt to show us the beginning of it all with Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Nathan reviews the two latest series of this famous radio series.
It All Ends
We decide to get all intellectual and James May'ish, only James May isn't anywhere to be seen....
DC brings Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps to the big screen, but does the film live up to expectations?
Nathan looks back at the past term at Waterloo Road
Nathan picks his 10 ten sitcoms from us Brits...prepare for controversy!
A review of the film that everyone's stuttering about....
After the announcement to end the series, Nathan looks over this hit sitcom....
When you take a sci-fi novelist, a camper van, a nicotine addicted alien and an abducted Texan Christian? You just know it's gotta be good, right?
Embodying the Black Swan
Return to Hope
There's no place to hide
A comedy has never had so few laughs.
The anime series known for it's comedy as well as emotional moments.
The anime that was inspired by the overwhelming manga series called Death Note
“Having girly hobbies doesn’t make you less MANLY!”
The way I see it if your going to build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style.
Anime and manga fans descend on Leicester for Alcon 2010.
Comic to film translations are nothing new, but director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) might have finally created the first one that still feels like a comic on the screen.
The Breakout Comedy Of The Summer
Shreks back, but for The Final Chapter.