Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of Disconnect to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Thanks to Beyond Entertainment we have 3 copies of Robotech: Love, Live, Alive to giveaway (3 DVDs).
The Brit and self-confessed “old hippie” took some time out to share his choice of a Five Star Film – from Down Under no less – and one that he has become completely “obsessed” by.
Thanks to Sony Home Entertainment we have 5 copies of Adventures in Zambezia to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Thanks to Transmission Films we have 5 copies of Almost Christmas to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Gorgeous, twisty, disconcerting, and moody, Tom at the Farm is not quite the masterpiece found in the form of Laurence Anyways, but it is a relentlessly suspenseful kink on an increasingly underserved genre that proves Dolan to be one of the most impressive working filmmakers in the world today.
Thanks to the fine work of Ejiofor—whose performances is truly breath-taking—12 Years a Slave is still a powerful document of one man’s journey into and out of slavery.
Thanks to Transmission Films we have 5 copies of Farewell My Queen to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Thanks to BBC DVD and Roadshow Entertainment we have 3 copies of Doctor Who the Complete Seventh Series to giveaway (3 DVDs).
When I asked Warren Brown if he could tell Graffiti With Punctuation his FIVE STAR FILM and five reasons why, he did something unexpected; “That’s too hard, I might just down right refuse.”
Catching Fire improving on the already-solid foundation film I, an uninitiated reader, have now become an admirer of this fantastic franchise and eagerly await the continuation.
Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of The Company You Keep to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
IT was fate; when Warren Brown got the call to say he’d got the part in Luther his ringtone was still the theme to The Wire.
Thanks to BBC DVD and Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of Luther Series 1-3 to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of To the Wonder to giveaway (5 DVDs).
It is always easy to tell when a director knew exactly what they wanted their film to be; it comes out in the surety of its execution and the high quality of its performances. Loosely inspired by the Oscar Wilde short story of the same name, Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant is one such film.
Auto-erotic-asphyxiation, waves of whisky, mounds of cocaine; Filth does what it says on the tin.
Kevin MacDonald is a talented director. The Last King of Scotland was an excellent morally objectionable and ethically grey drama centered on characters caught in a crisis of compromise. How I Live Now is the director’s latest, and although it is peppered with similar sentiment and high concept, it does not quite achieve its multi-tiered genre ambitions, but damn does it try.
Again, where to start with 250 minutes of movie?
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of Behind the Candelabra to giveaway (5 DVDs).