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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’....

Competition: Win The Rover on Blu-ray

Competition: Win The Rover on Blu-ray

“A mesmerising, visionary achievement. The best post-apocalyptic movie since the original Mad Max” – Quentin Tarantino  Tense, action-packed and brutal post-apocalyptic thriller The Rover starring GUY PEARCE (Lawless, Iron Man 3) and ROBERT PATTINSON (Maps to the Stars, Bel Ami) is available on Blu-ray and DVD now, so here’s your chance to win...

DVD Review: The Simpsons season 17

DVD Review: The Simpsons season 17

Long-standing and not without its ups and downs, The Simpsons is now in its 26th season, but the 17th is only just out on DVD for its home release. Four discs make up the latest season to hit DVD, comprising of 22 episodes, including Bonfire of the Manatees, Milhouse of Sand and Fog, Million Dollar Abie and Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore. As well as some really...

Competition Win An Awesome 4-Film Horror Bundle

Competition Win An Awesome 4-Film Horror Bundle

To celebrate the release of What We Do In The Shadows (in cinemas now!) we are giving away 2 bundles of horror DVDs. The bundle includes Stakeland, Juan Of The Dead, The Borderlands, The Battery and Goal of The Dead Viago, Deacon, and Vladislav are three vampires living together and trying to cope with modern life; from paying rent, doing housework, and...

Review: The Skeleton Twins

Review: The Skeleton Twins

You’d not usually associate SNLers with serious drama, but when director Craig Johnson paired Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig for his darkly amusing, yet poignant drama about depression and suicide, he struck the proverbial gold when it turns out that both, and more surprisingly Hader, can handle meatier, deeper, and more serious roles incredibly well. It’s...

Competition: Win The Wizard of Oz on 3D Blu-ray

Competition: Win The Wizard of Oz on 3D Blu-ray

To celebrate the release of THE WIZARD OF OZ on 3D BLU-RAY, we’ve got a competition for five lucky people to win their own copy! The beloved classic includes both 3D Blu-ray and Blu-ray versions of the film, plus two discs featuring over two hours of extras. For your chance to win, all you need to do answer the following question: What three things is...

Competition: Family Guy Season 14 on DVD

Competition: Family Guy Season 14 on DVD

To celebrate the release of FAMILY GUY SEASON 14, we’ve got a competition for two lucky people to win their own copy on DVD! For your chance to win, all you need to do answer the following question: What is the family name of the show’s stars? a)      The Gruffords b)      The Griffins c)       The Gryffindors  Email your answer to...

Blu-ray Review: The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared

Blu-ray Review: The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared

Felix Herngren’s big-screen adaptation of the successful book about a man who, on his 100th birthday decides to make a run for it (or more of a slow, nonchalant shuffle in honesty), feels kind of familiar in a welcoming way. The comparison to Forrest Gump is perhaps unavoidable, because The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and...