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MONDAY 6 AUGUST

It's the end of the line for season two of The Walking Dead , 10pm on Channel 5.

Brigitte Nielsen and Arnie star in mid-eighties fantasy Red Sonja , 10:55pm Channel 5.

TUESDAY 7 AUGUST

Indie zombie flick Harold’s Going Stiff appears in key cities across the country today.

Catch episode one of A Gifted Man at 9pm on Watch.

Season two of Falling Skies continues on FX at 9pm.

Everything goes very wrong, very quickly in The Day After Tomorrow , 9pm on Film4.

Jim Carrey is the Riddler in Batman Forever , 10pm on ITV2.

Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson run - a lot - in The Island , 10:35pm on ITV1.

WEDNESDAY 8 AUGUST

Star Trek: The Motion Picture boldly goes at 6:25pm on Film4.

Marvel's first family spring into action in Fantastic Four , 8pm on E4.

Catch up with the goings on in A Town Called Eureka , 9pm on Syfy.

There's more Sanctuary on Syfy tonight at 10pm.

The Winchesters return in the seventh season of Supernatural at 10pm on Sky Living.

THURSDAY 9 AUGUST

Will Farrell stars in sci-fi comedy Land Of The Lost , 7pm on ITV2.

There's youthful howling a-plenty in Teen Wolf , 8pm on Sky Living.

Christian Bale is a man of action in Terminator: Salvation , Film4 at 9pm.

FRIDAY 10 AUGUST

Park Jurassic Park , part Cloverfield , The Dinosaur Project hits UK cinemas today.

Jim Caviezel takes centre stage in SF action-adventure Outlander , 9pm on Syfy.

SATURDAY 11 AUGUST

It's long, but it's just so damn curious - catch The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button at 6:55pm on Channel 4.

Pretty young things get killed in a variety of imaginative ways in Final Destination 3 , 11:30pm Film4.

SUNDAY 12 AUGUST

Join in the Battle For The Planet Of The Apes , 4:50pm on Film4.

Sail the seven seas with Sinbad , 7pm Sky One.

There's more Once Upon A Time at 8pm on Channel 5.

Tom Cruise saves humanity in War Of The Worlds , 8:10pm BBC Three.

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