Ridley Scott harnessed the dark vision of an influential sci-fi novel and crafted a cinematic cult classic.
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How a feud fuelled meme culture.
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Taking a look at great films that failed to make the money they deserved.
The iconic Sixties sitcom was the show that captured the 16-year-old imagination of Doreen Morris.
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It was a clear and sunny day when Yuk Hung Ning spied a famous face on his morning commute.