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Noon, Seven, Prime7

M. 2004. Rub­bish thriller about a Hol­ly­wood B-lis­ter who seeks re­venge against a cou­ple of ob­sessed pho­tog­ra­phers ha­rass­ing him, his wife and kid. The pho­tog­ra­phers are por­trayed as mon­sters but the script won’t con­vince you, Princess Diana not­with­stand­ing, that they’d be­have this badly. Cole Hauser, Robin Tun­ney. 9.30pm, SBS TWO

MA. 2006. As­pir­ing writ­ers and best friends An­ders Danielsen Lie and Espen Klouman-hiner send off manuscripts to a pub­lisher, dream­ing of fame and for­tune. Only one of them is suc­cess­ful, lead­ing not to their dreams but to a ner­vous break­down and an ob­ses­sive fix­a­tion on a young woman. Stylish Dan­ish look at the price of fame and fail­ure with two young leads. 9.30pm, Go!

M. 1998. Highly ef­fec­tive evo­ca­tion of the dark Mar­vel Comics sto­ries about lone half-hu­man, half-vampire Wes­ley Snipes strug­gling against the realm of vam­pires. Ac­cept the premise and you’ll be drawn to this world of shad­ows. Snipes is an ef­fec­tive choice as the soul­ful Blade con­demned to wage bat­tle against the Un­dead. Great spooky fun. Stephen Dorff.

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