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Mark Bridger watched violent rape scene in slasher film shortly before killing April Jones

Killer viewed scene from 'The Last House on the Left' and then recorded it when screened an hour later on a +1 channel

The Shining Girls, By Lauren Beukes. HarperCollins, £12.99

To begin with, Lauren Beukes had an idea so perfectly simple it sounds like an elevator pitch: "time-travelling serial killer".

Video: Pilot season gets a very modern makeover

First Netflix created its own on-demand drama series, now Amazon-owned LoveFilm is piloting 14 would-be shows. Are we watching the future?

Saif Ali Khan in Go Goa Gone

Go Goa Gone: Bollywood makes slew of zombie movies

Bollywood is branching out from its traditional song-and-dance dramas and slapstick comedies with its first zombie films which filmmakers hope will entice younger crowds back to Indian films from Hollywood's living dead.

The Village: Grace (MAXINE PEAKE), John (JOHN SIMM), Young Bert (BILL JONES), Joe (NICO MIRALLEGRO)

The Village writer Peter Moffat: It's vital not to imbue period dramas with a Ready Brek glow

One of the country's most prominent screenwriters has complained that British period dramas too often disregard the lives of ordinary people.

What's worse than finding a mouse in your flat?

Student houses aren’t always in the best nick, but vermin aren’t the only things you need to worry about. Eleanor Doughty discovered the one thing worse than finding a mouse behind her dresser...

Film review: Neighbouring Sounds (15)

The Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho has made a haunting and enigmatic feature debut in Neighbouring Sounds. For much of its running time it plays like a weird soap opera without a plot. Set in the middle-class suburb of Recife on the northeastern coast of Brazil, it casually depicts routines of humdrum domestic life that nevertheless imply some sinister meaning beneath. What it is will not be revealed until almost the last scene.

DVD review: Room 237

Was The Shining Stanley Kubrick's way of admitting that he faked footage of the Apollo moon landings?

Auti-Sim’s distorted images and sounds attempt to show what it’s like to live with autism

What it’s like to live with autism: new simulation Auti-Sim gives mother a sense of her daughter's life

I spend a lot of time wondering what life is really like for my daughter, who has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism. Watching her navigate the day-to-day is one thing: comprehending the sources of her meltdowns and frequent distress from the inside is something else entirely.

Last night's viewing: Louie, Fox; The Following, Sky Atlantic

For most British viewers, Louie’s reputation will have long preceded the thing itself. It runs something like this: groundbreaking low-budget comedy, impeccably free of interference from the suits and trading on the poor schlub candour of its online begetter – Louis CK, a comedian of cult standing.

Simonsig is set for a first test on heavy ground at Ascot today

Simonsig faces 'horrible' debut in transition to Festival fences

Conditions could hardly be more inimical to the brilliance that identified Simonsig as the outstanding novice hurdler of last season when he turns his attention to fences at Ascot this afternoon.

Manchester Police target 'Mr Bigs' of organised crime in dawn raids

Police have launched a series of early morning raids against the “Mr Bigs” of organised crime.

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