Noon, Seven, Prime7
M. 2002. When strange things start happening around the house and people begin dying, mum Stefanie Powers realises she should have listened more closely to her son’s tales about someone in the cupboard. Routine thriller ambles on to a predictable end. Martin Neufeld. 8.30pm, One
M. 2007. Motorcyclist stuntman dreams of being like Evel Knievel, jumping over lines of buses on his chopper. Script runs out of juice while he’s still revving it though. Comedy wastes the talents of Saturday Night Live alumnus Andy Samberg. Some funny moments, but not enough to power a 90-minute comedy jump. Isla Fisher. 8.30pm, Showtime Premiere
M. 2011. Story debates an issue that has for centuries intrigued brilliant minds. Did William Shakespeare write his plays? Focusing on a time when political intrigue, royal romances and the schemes of nobles hungry for the power were exposed on the London stage. Vanessa Redgrave, Rhys Ifans, Joely Richardson. 8.30pm, Movie One
M. 2011. Seminary student travels to the Vatican to study exorcism, where his doubts confront him when he meets a priest with extensive experience in the field. Swede Mikael Hafstrom ( Derailed) directs veteran Anthony Hopkins and newcomer Colin O’Donoghue through sci-fi horror thrills. 9.30pm, Go!
AV. 1995. Dark, grim, stomach-churning thriller about a police search for a serial killer whose murders are inspired by the seven deadly sins. A superb Morgan Freeman is a dignified senior policeman, nearing retirement; while Brad Pitt is his brash young sidekick. Beautifully filmed thriller, but not for the squeamish.