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Karl Puschmann takes a look at the best new viewing coming out this week.
The new shows and movies that will keep you entertained over the Easter break.
He also reveals the unlikely animal he'd like to see stomp into the MonsterVerse ...
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan on getting their own series and why NZ is "crazy".
The fans wanted it, really wanted it, but is it a case of being careful what you wish for?
He also reveals the best time to go the bathroom during his four-hour epic...
His new sci-fi flick proves no one works harder at not working at all than Bruce Willis.
Come for delightful platforming goodness, stay for the Godzilla-sized battles.
OPINION: Does this Kimberley Crossman-led comedy sail or sink?
The boys from Peep Show back in a comedy that's darker than their cult hit dared to be.
The background story of the iconic show will not leave you feeling happy happy joy joy.
Director Martin Scorsese and author Fran Lebowitz have made the first Must-See TV of 2021.
Invigorating, uplifting, occasionally heartbreaking and filled with local hip-hop bangers.
The director on why the label was so important and the burden on Pasifika artists.
OPINION: A dream team of comedians report for space duty but fail to achieve lift off.
Did we really think 2020 would let the Keanu Reeves led blockbuster escape its curse?
A look at what's good to watch this weekend.
The truth, along with millions of aliens, is out there...
Their absence this year has cured blockbuster fatigue and made the heart grow fonder.
Her new show focuses on the sex and drugs more than the rock 'n' roll of our hits.
Absurd times call for absurd comedy like Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun.
OPINION: There's cringe comedy and then there's Borat.
Karl Puschmann talks to Brian Canham about going down to funky towns around NZ in January.
Karl Puschmann meets Bic Runga and Cass Basil, the duo behind the strutting King Sweeties.
Before voting I needed to see the candidates under real pressure: comedy.