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27 July 2008

  • 27th July 2008

    Film Review: The Mummy – Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 3

    11:18 AM — When the first Mummy film came out nearly a decade ago, many film fans approached it with a sense of deep trepidation. It was, after all, being billed as a remake of the 1932 Boris Karloff classic. It’s one of those sacred film texts, almost up there with Citizen Kane and Casablanca, that many film buffs felt should never be remade.

  • Film Review: The X-Files – I Want to Believe

    11:12 AM — It's nearly fifteen years since Mulder and Scully first burst onto our screens, creating one of the TV fads of the nineties. For pretty much the first time, it became acceptable to watch a show revolving around aliens, ghosts and assorted other ghoulies.

  • Film Review: The Love Guru

    Mike Myers stars as Pitka and Jessica Alba as Jane Bullard in The Love Guru

    11:06 AM — Ever since his big screen breakthrough with the comedy classic Wayne’s World back in 1992, Mike Myers has been Hollywood gold. To date, pretty much every film in which he’s starred has done well both critically and commercially, with even the disappointments – like 1993’s So I Married an Axe Murderer and last year’s Shrek the Third – only being moaned about thanks to the high standards of Myers’ previous outings.

  • The wrong Minogue- G-A-Y fans disappointed as it closes without Kylie

    Danni Minogue closed G-A-Y last night (archive photograph)

    10:54 AM — Feverish speculation that Kylie Minogue would be the last act to perform at London's G-A-Y night at the Astoria turned out to be false.

  • Churches with new gay bishops could be expelled from Anglican Communion 7

    Gene Robinson is the openly gay Bishop of New Hampshire

    1:09 AM — Liberal churches could be expelled from the Anglican Communion unless they respect a ban on gay bishops, the Lambeth Conference will be told.

  • Coronation Street: Liz and Clarissa fight over Harry

    Liz and Clarissa scrap in the Rovers

    12:41 AM — Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and that is certainly the case on the street this week. It all kicks off when Liz accepts a date with Harry to help him celebrate another milestone in getting his divorce papers signed unaware that his soon to be ex-wife still has feelings for him.

  • Emmerdale: Gray lashes out at Katie

    Gray physically assaults Katie

    12:36 AM — Gray is not in a good way at all this week. Chas heads over to see him and finds him in a very drunken and sorry state. She tells Diane that she thinks he may be suicidal. Diane's fears are confirmed when she too goes to see Gray and is appalled by his self-loathing state.

  • Hollyoaks: Darren gets a phone call from his “dead” dad

    Hollyoaks is on Channel 4 daily

    12:29 AM — Frankie is still putting a brave face on in Hollyoaks village this week. She's doing her best to keep things going at The Dog, but is finding life hard without Jack.

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