Noah Brown’s miscreant rebel returns for another battle with the mundane.
Revisiting the classic 1939 version of the much-filmed murder-mystery story.
A pair of little-seen but brilliant short films that accompanied The Life of Brian in British cinemas.
Looking back at the curious fame of the once-ubiquitous demolition expert turned comedy raconteur.
The much-maligned British 1997 comedy farce is a lot more fun than humourless film critics would like you to think.
The most hated film of the 2010s now feels even more out of time than ever – but was it actually as awful as you have been told?
The kerfuffle over the famous comedian’s return to UK TV.
The story of a novelty record cashing in on a passing TV commercial fad.
The Pope of Trash announces a festive, filthy US tour.
John Schlesinger’s notorious flop is a fascinatingly cynical – if heavily flawed – look at American culture.
It’s time that we took comedy a lot more seriously as an art form.
Looking back at the Austin Powers films, a series now almost as out of touch with modern sensibilities as the character himself. But does that matter?