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'Joker', and 7 more manic must-watch movies in October

Another month, another sinister clown hogging the headlines. In many ways, however, Joker (Oct 3) is far scarier than It Chapter Two's Pennywise, in that he doesn't need to lurk around sewers or terrorise children to be scary. All he needs is real life.

'Long Shot': Odds are good for Charlize Theron, Seth Rogen rom-com

'Long Shot' is a rom-com with a concept that sounds preposterous but by the end of the film, it’s easy to root for the opposites to attract.

'John Wick 3', 'Godzilla 2' and more massive May movies

'Massive' is probably the best word to describe 'Godzilla: King Of Monsters' (May 30) with the titular monster facing off with some of his classic kaiju foes.

Is brunette the new blonde? Hollywood seems to think so

Blondes allegedly have more fun, but some of the most famous women in the world have been crossing over to the dark side recently.

Queen rules! 'Bohemian Rhapsody' the big winner at 2019 Oscars

Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody dominated the 2019 Academy Awards, winning four awards in total, making it the biggest winner of the night alongside

Curious Cook: The choices we think we have, part 2

In the second part of food columnist Chris Chan’s story on decision-making and choices, concepts like anchor prices and the decoy effect are explored.

‘The Favourite’, ‘Black Panther’ and ‘First Man’ lead Critics Choice Movie nominations

‘The Favourite’ leads the field of films with 14 nominations for the 24th annual Critics Choice Awards. Black Panther is close behind with 12 nominations.

Carmakers struggle to hire hackers, the hottest job in the industry

McConnell Trapp has a special set of skills. He can hack into cars and control aspects of them from his computer.

Girls make up two-thirds of HIV-infected teens

According to the United Nations, HIV infects one teenaged girl every three minutes, with early sex, poverty and lack of access to counselling and testing being among the reasons.