IT'S LOUD, it's obscene, it's totally un-PC and it's out on Friday: South Park, Bigger, Longer and Uncut - the movie of the cult TV series. Third-graders Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman sneak into the latest Terrance and Philip (R-rated) film and come out corrupted and soon a host of angry moms has forced the US to declare war on Canada. On the big screen this cheeky cartoon satirises everything from the Disney movies - complete with a musical score of cheesy songs - to the Devil and for some bizarre reason the Baldwin brothers. The Americans have described it as hilarious, but one thing's certain, if you don't like the series, you ain't gonna like this.

'South Park, Bigger, Longer and Uncut' (15) at cinemas nationwide from 27 August.