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8 items from 2014

South Park: The 25 most kickass episodes ever

1 October 2014 5:25 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

South Park is about to begin its 18th season in the UK, and despite nearly two decades of episodes, it doesn't show any sign of getting 'lame', as Cartman might say.

Unlike other rival shows, Trey Parker and Matt Stone's cartoon has got better with age, and continues to push boundaries and stay relevant.

To celebrate its return, we have chosen our personal favourite 25 from its first 247 episodes.

25. Woodland Critter Christmas - Season 8

A thoroughly bizarre but memorable episode, in which Stan finds himself in the middle of the woods with a bunch of seemingly cute woodland animals. With an irritating voiceover narrating his every move, the critters turn out to be the most evil creatures known to man. Things are pretty f**ked right here, as he would say. Eventually, it is revealed that Cartman is the creator of such an awful story, and it's all just so »

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Doctor Who and faith: bigger on the inside

26 September 2014 6:37 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

With series 8 referencing 'heaven', Nathan traces Doctor Who's varied relationships with atheism and faith...

I was a massive Simpsons fan as a child. And when I say ‘massive’, I really do mean - huge. It’s still one of the more memorable moments prior to my wedding day: emptying out my childhood bedroom with my (now) wife, only for her to discover notebooks filled with minute observations about the show. Obscure number plates, birthdays of secondary characters, dates of key events and much more besides. Having already paid for the reception venue she couldn’t exactly retract her commitment to marry me, although my mind contemplated that possibility when she hyperventilated laughing at ‘little Nathan’, circa 1999.

My point is this: I wasn’t just a fan, I was an über-fan.

You might be asking, “what’s this got to do with Doctor Who?” - trust me, I’m getting there. »

- louisamellor

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I Origins review

24 September 2014 8:38 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The evolution of eyes, love and death are the themes in director Mike Cahill's latest sci-fi drama. Here's our review of I Origins...

I Origins is the second film from writer and director Mike Cahill, who previously brought us the low-key and beautifully-acted 2011 sci-fi drama, Another Earth. I Origins has a similar sensibility, in that it’s intimately shot and muses on fundamental existential themes - this time love, grief, guilt and the possibility of life after death.

Michael Pitt plays Dr Ian Gray, a scientist who’s set himself the task of charting the evolutionary origins of the eye. A staunch atheist (we know this because he reads Richard Dawkins books) Dr Gray aims to prove that the eye isn’t the product of a divine being, as creationists believe, but rather the result of billions of years of evolution. While Dr Gray's still a young scientist studying »

- ryanlambie

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Here's What's New on Netflix for September 2014

28 August 2014 6:45 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

It's almost September, which means a whole new slew of titles on Netflix! August proved pretty lucrative on the quality title front, but it looks as though September it's going to blow the rundown out of the water.

TV takes spotlight this month, with the latest full seasons of "The Walking Dead," "New Girl," "The League," "The Blacklist," "Arrow," "Bones," and "Parks and Recreation" primed and ready for streaming before their fall premieres. And fans still mourning the loss of "How I Met Your Mother" (in more ways than one) can rewatch the ninth and final season to their heart's content. Ah, memories. Showtime's recently departed "Californication" can be seen in its entirety (Seasons 1 -7) as well, starting September 1. That's a lot of TV.

Movie fans have plenty to look forward to from Netflix in September, too. Sam Raimi's undersung 1998 thriller "A Simple Plan" hits the streaming service September »

- Tim Hayne

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Richard Dawkins, Will Self and doodles: picks of the Edinburgh book festival

13 August 2014 3:03 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

George Rr Martin came back, Jackie Kay and Will Self delighted their crowds and Richard Dawkins talked about his childhood ... A lot can happen in two days at the international book festival

Bertha seems to have passed, meteorological peace has been restored and Charlotte square is full of readers again. The top literary game has kept going at the Edinburgh international book festival in this very intense first week. Heres a round-up of what has happened in the last two days.

.@NickSharratt1 draws a hippo. Children's illustrators are doodling for us at #edbookfest https://t.co/twc9it7Z61

.@DavidMelling1 doodles a lovely Hugless Douglas for us at #edbookfest https://t.co/zqGba4OFwE via @GdnChildrensBks

Spotted several audience members in tears at the end of Jackie Kay's incredibly beautiful and moving readings at #edbookfest. What a woman.

Two rising stars of international fiction from India and Iran

Continue reading. »

- Marta Bausells

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Heaven Is for Real Is Actually Pretty Good, Save the "Heaven" Part

15 April 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

Ask around long enough among your friends and relatives, and you'll likely kick up tales suggesting the permeability of whatever shrouds this world from the others we like to believe are adjoining it. My own family, of recent Ozarkian extraction, has had its share of deathbed visions — a grandparent in hospice suddenly speaking to long-gone aunt so-and-so — and of relatives feeling intuitions so sharp and accurate that I doubt even Richard Dawkins could comfortably tell them, "I'm sorry, my dear, but you knowing that your sister was in danger from 100 miles away was just a trick of chemicals, not anything divine."

Not that such moments aren't quirks of chemistry, or the flowering together of feeling and memory and faith and electricity. At best, they're pr »

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Tribeca Exclusive: Let a Famous Magician Wow You in the Trailer for 'An Honest Liar'

14 April 2014 11:51 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

With a life and occupation not unlike Harry Houdini's, "The Amazing" Randi set out to shame fakers and sub-par psychics with his performances. But going beyond his bewitching story, the investigative documentary, "An Honest Liar," takes a closer look at the deceptive escapade that became his life-long career. Justin Weinstein and Tyler Measom's documentary is coming to 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Watch the trailer to see footage of real tricks, escape artistry, bending spoons, and bits of interviews with Alice Cooper, Richard Dawkins, Bill Nye, Penn & Teller, and Adam Savage weighing in on the hoodwinking wonder. The film world premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 18. »

- Taylor Lindsay

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Lalla Ward to Share Memories of Douglas Adams

12 February 2014 2:28 AM, PST | Kasterborous.com | See recent Kasterborous news »

Alex Skerratt is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

Former companion Lalla Ward and her husband Richard Dawkins will be sharing memories of the former Doctor Who script editor Douglas Adams at an upcoming memorial. Entitled Douglas Adams: A Conversation at the End of the Universe, the event will take place at London’s Highgate Cemetery on 11th March 2014, on what would have been Adams’ 62nd

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- Alex Skerratt

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