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Review: The Voices

Review: The Voices

Marjane Satrapi’s The Voices is particularly difficult to categorise in the sense that it’s a mishmash of all sorts: comedy, drama, thriller and horror all stapled together in a surreal, edgy package starring Ryan Reynolds. With its emergence during last year’s Cannes Film Festival, The Voices offers a role to one-time hopeful Ryan Reynolds who, to his...

Blu-ray Review: ’71

Blu-ray Review: ’71

Man of the moment Jack O’ Connell stars in arguably his finest film (and performance) to date, in Yann Demange’s gripping ’71; new to Blu-ray and DVD this month. ’71 tells the harrowing story of a young British solider who is accidentally abandoned behind hostile enemy lines in riotous Belfast. It’s a simple, no-nonsense plot...

Competition: Win Set Fire To The Stars on DVD

Competition: Win Set Fire To The Stars on DVD

SET FIRE TO THE STARS, a cautionary tale about meeting your heroes starring Elijah Wood and directed by BAFTA-nominated Andy Goddard, was released on Blu-ray and DVD on 2nd March 2015. Set in 1950s New York, the film follows John Malcolm Brinnin (Elijah Wood, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit) an aspiring young American poet who finds his ordered world shaken when...

Competition: Win Sons of Anarchy season 7 on Blu-ray

Competition: Win Sons of Anarchy season 7 on Blu-ray

SONS OF ANARCHY: SEASON 7 Rejoin biker gang SAMCRO in the most violent, dark and thrilling instalment to date as the series finale of SONS OF ANARCHY is released on Blu-ray and DVD on 2 March from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The seventh season of the hugely popular and critically acclaimed SONS OF ANARCHY returns with 13 action-packed episodes...

Review: Cake

Review: Cake

Somewhat typecast — and unfairly so — for her consistent appearances in rom-coms over the years, you’d be forgiven for assuming Jen Aniston was content in what would appear to be her element. But Cake proves this is not the case. In fact, it seems the Friends star has been aching to delve into something meatier than The Bounty Hunter. Granted,...

Competition: Win The Book of Life on Blu-ray

Competition: Win The Book of Life on Blu-ray

THE BOOK OF LIFE is a breathtaking animated comedy with a dazzling visual style unlike anything you’ve seen before. Torn between the expectations of his family and the desires of his heart, a young man named Manolo sets off on an epic quest, that spans three spectacular worlds, in order to reunite with his one true love and defend his village. Not your...

Competition: Win The Maze Runner on Blu-ray

Competition: Win The Maze Runner on Blu-ray

Will you make it out alive? Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment invites you to unlock the mysteries of the maze on 9th February when THE MAZE RUNNER hits Blu-ray™ and DVD.  Based on the book by James Dashner that made The New York Timesbest-sellers list for more than 100 weeks, THE MAZE RUNNER brings together an up-and-coming cast of young talent...

Competition: Win Extant on DVD

Competition: Win Extant on DVD

We’ve got 3 copies of Hallie Berry’s new sci-fi TV show, Extant, to give away, so read on to find out how to enter… About: Extant is a serialised mystery thriller about a female astronaut (Berry) trying to reconnect with her family after returning from a year in outer space. Her mystifying experiences in space lead to events that will...

Competition: Win A Most Wanted Man on Blu-ray

Competition: Win A Most Wanted Man on Blu-ray

‘Philip Seymour Hoffman’s superb swansong’ – The Guardian ‘Tense, gripping, brilliant’ – FHM ‘A refined and intelligent thriller’ – Shortlist Adapted by ANTON CORBIJN (Control, The American) from JOHN LE CARRÉ’S (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) acclaimed novel A MOST WANTED MAN is a smart and subtle psychological spy-thriller featuring an...

Blu-ray review: The Guvnors

Blu-ray review: The Guvnors

The Guvnors, directed by feature film debutant Gabe Turner, is the type of film that’ll appeal to a certain kind of person; quite possibly someone who admires Green Street and Rise of the Footsoldier. It bears a low-budget, cockney gangster hooliganism aesthetic that wouldn’t feel out of place if Danny Dyer were to pop up giving it ‘all that’....