A bungled home invasion in a pristine, picket-fenced 1950s US community provides the catalyst for George Clooney’s darkly comic crime caper.
On a tennis court, love is all around before the first service point.
Director Timothy Reckart reimagines the Nativity of Jesus as a computer-animated comedy adventure through the eyes of four-legged and feathered critters, who witness the birth in a barn in Bethlehem.
The rotten apple never falls far from the tree and Sean Anders’ mouldering sequel to his testosterone-fuelled 2015 comedy lands with a mightier thud than its ham-fisted predecessor.
They do say location is vital when it comes to running a successful restaurant.
A sensational hit show with Take That’s music is set to shine for Aberdeen audiences.
Iron Maiden are set to rock Aberdeen all over again, announcing an Aberdeen gig today – just six months after they last visited.
There are, believe it or not, some advantages to acting as chauffeur for the teenage princess who lives with you.
Morrissey is heading to Aberdeen for his first gig in more than a decade.
One of the most chilling stories of all time is being given a fresh lease of life for Aberdeen audiences.
This week we’ve looked through our archives and found these stunning images of Aberdeen’s Torcher Parade through the years.
It’s time to reset that old saying about familiarity ... actually, it breeds content.
There's little chance of audiences confusing Swedish director Tomas Alfredson's The Snowman with the charming animated film that has been a staple of festive TV schedules for more than 30 years.
For more than 60 years, LEGO building bricks have unlocked the imaginations of the young and the perpetually young at heart.
The Hangover downs shots with Deliverance and The Blair Witch Project, and blood flows more readily than the booze, in David Bruckner's horror thriller.
This week we’ve dug through our archives and found these stunning images of castles in Buchan.
This week we’ve dug through our archives and found these stunning images of Aberdeen’s Art Gallery through the years.
Pop superstar Gary Barlow is planning to get up close and personal with his Aberdeen fans as part of a solo UK tour, it was announced today.
One of the UK’s biggest names in comedy will return to the Granite City stage next year.
There’s an old saying, “all good things come to an end” and it’s with that in mind I have to say this is my very last column.
As a way of coping with the loss of his sister Susan, Robert Harling wrote Steel Magnolias in 10 days in 1987.
This week we’ve dug through our archives and found these stunning images of Portlethen through the years
We’ve dug through our archives and found these incredible pictures of police officers on the beat around the North-east.
Voters being beaten by state police, polling stations being raided and shut down, political leaders arrested.
The dark age of celebrity parents monetizing their cherubic children dawned many years before the scourge of selfies, social media and smart phones.
Beautiful, rich people with adorable offspring try to convince us that being single is the end of their privileged worlds – boo hoo! – in first-time director Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s romantic comedy.
This week we’ve dug through our archives and found these stunning images of Maud through the years
Musical fans will go crazy for Claire Sweeeney when she takes on a starring role in a West End smash heading for Aberdeen.
It was cabaret time in Aberdeen at the weekend ... not in any swish venue, mind, just in the city centre in general.
Iconic Scots band Deacon Blue are celebrating 30 years of making music – and Aberdeen fans are invited to the party.