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Wednesday, January 5th at 8:30pm 

A man’s impending brother-in-law throws him a wild bachelor party in order to get him in trouble with his bride-to-be. Starring Josh Cooke, Greg Pitts, and Harland Williams. (2007) 

Monday, January 3rd at 7:30pm

Brand new to C4, Game Show in My Head is bringing hidden camera gags to the unsuspecting public when the hilarious series premieres on Monday, January 3rd at 7:30pm on C4.

The latest production from Ashton Kutcher’s (Punk’d) production company, Game Show in My Head sends contestants out to the streets to create fabricated situations with unwitting passersby – all directed by host Joe Rogan, who gives on-the-spot instructions for each gag through a hidden earpiece. 

“It’s very simple, mindless entertainment,” explains Rogan, who audiences may remember from the reality series Fear Factor. “If you come home from a long day at work, and you’re exhausted, it’s something retarded and funny to watch.”

“I’m just the voice in the ear,” the comic and former martial arts competitor continues, explaining the premise of the series. 

“I’m trying to help them, really. I want them to pull it off. I’m trying to guide them through it as much as possible and make it as funny as possible along the way… I couldn’t believe how persuasive some of these people were, some people are just good liars!”

Rogan says that it’s this ability for people to bend the truth that surprised him most. 

“Some people just lie up a storm,” he explains. “I think there are some people just getting through life, just being completely full of s–t!”

But will their lying abilities prove enough to complete their tasks and win the prize money, or will they wimp out and lose everything (including their dignity)? 

Find out when Game Show in My Head premieres with two episodes back-to-back on Monday, January 3rd at 7:30pm on 3.

Sunday, January 2nd at 8:30pm 

Based on the popular and chilling “Tales from the Crypt” television series, this exceptional horror film depicts the story of a devilish stranger who unleashes the forces of darkness upon the unsuspecting tenants of a desert boarding-house. It’s the ultimate battle between good and evil and the sense of danger, fear and dread is palpable. Staring Jada Pinkett-Smith and Billy Zane. (1995)


Roll Bounce

Wednesday, December 29th at 8:30pm 

When their local roller-skating rink closes down, a group of teenagers from the south side of Chicago enter the roller skating contest at a ritzy rink on the north side. Starring Bow Wow, Chi Mcbride, Mike Epps, and Wesley Jonathan. (2004)  


Tuesday, December 28th at 9:30pm

These holidays C4 is going back to 100 in the countdown of New Zealand’s most influential, attention grabbing moments in pop culture in the encore screening on Rocked the Nation 2: New Zealand Pop Culture Stories, premiering on Tuesday, December 28th at 9:30pm on C4.

Hosted by New Zealand’s own Rhys Darby, Rocked The Nation 2 will take viewers on a ride through the top 100 moments in New Zealand’s pop culture.  The series will revisit the important and the trivial, the famous and the infamous and investigate the events that make up the fabric of our kiwi lives.

If you stayed cool till after school, wore red socks in a display of patriotism, or believed in the power of luminous spheres – Rocked the Nation will be must watch telly.

Through the series audiences will celebrate some of the colourful characters of our time – from NZ’s king of comedy Billy T, our Hollywood bad boy Cliff Curtis, Buck Shelford, through to the yodelling Topp Twins, Fred Dagg, the Ingham Twins and even Hairy Maclary. 

With commentary from some of New Zealand’s leading entertainers, intellectuals and key players – Rocked the Nation reflects Kiwi culture in a contemporary and informative manner.

The 100 moments range from the enlightening to the humorous – and of course there’s a touch of sentimental.  

Find out about the moment that made us hate our Australian brothers, how we wrote The Office before Ricky Gervais, whatever happened to The Bushwackers, and the glittering success of our NZ Idol sensations. 

Rocked the Nation 2: New Zealand Pop Culture Stories takes viewers on a nostalgic rollercoaster ride and revisits the stories that helped define what it means to be a New Zealander. 

Sunday, December 26th at 8:30pm 

Two young couples take a misguided tour onto the back roads of America in search of a local legend known as Dr. Satan. Lost and stranded, they are set upon by a bizarre family of psychotics. Murder, cannibalism and satanic rituals are just a few of the horrors that await. Starring Bill Moseley, Rainn Wilson, Sid Haig, and Rob Zombie. (2003)


Saturday, December 25th at 9:30pm 

Hip-hop supergroup Outkast – the long-time collaboration of Antwan Patton (Big Boi) and Andre Benjamin (Andre 3000) – present this ambitious and unique musical set amidst the backdrop of a 1930’s Southern speakeasy. Featuring all original music, ‘Idlewild’ is a highly stylised comedy-drama-musical-action film set in Prohibition-era Virginia. Also starring Macy Gray, Terrence Howard. (2006)



Saturday, December 25th at 9:30pm 

A well-meaning but hopelessly inept ninja ventures to the Hills of Beverly to rescue a mysterious beauty. Starrring Chris Farley, Nicolette Sheridan, Robin Shou, and Chris Rock. (1997)



Borat on C4

Friday, December 24th at 9:30pm 

Roving journalist and the sixth-most famous person from his native Kazakhstan, Borat Sagdiyev travels to the Unites States to learn about American culture with hilarious results. Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Ken Davitian, and Pamela Anderson. (2006) 




Big on C4

Friday, December 24th at 7:30pm 

Josh Baskin is a 12-year-old boy who has been transformed into a 35-year-old man by a carnival wishing machine and finds himself romantically involved with sophisticated executive, Susan Lawrence. Starring Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Perkins. (1988)