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Category Archive: Competitions, Movies, Slider

Win Gruesome Brit-Horror K-Shop on DVD

To celebrate the release of the British horror K-SHOP – available on DVD 1st August – we have teamed up with Bulldog Film Distribution to giveaway a copy. Bloody vengeance comes to the...

10 Cloverfield Lane Review

In today’s high-speed broadband world, movie studios are keener than ever to start the hype machine and get the word out about their projects as soon as possible. It has become standard practice to...

Transformers Animated Movie Gets 4K Release

As every real Transformers fan knows, there’s only been one decent movie made from the beloved Hasbro toys and that is the 1986 animated masterpiece. Sure, Michael Bay’s first live-action...

Justice League Comic Con Trailer

Comic-Con 2016 is in full swing and some of next year’s biggest movies are debuting exclusive footage at the annual gathering in San Diego. Unlike previous years when low-grade fan footage...

WIN THE HIGHLY-INTENSE CRIME SAGA POLICE STORY: LOCKDOWN ON BLU-RAY

To celebrate the release of the action packed Police Story: Lockdown – for download from Monday 18th July 2016 and On DVD & Blu-Ray from Monday 25th July 2016 – we have teamed up with...

Boulevard Review

I have been quietly terrified about watching Boulevard since the tragic passing of Robin Williams in 2014. The final role for an iconic actor is no easy thing to watch; it’s even harder when it’s...

Win Pride & Prejudice & Zombies DVD & Signed Poster & Book

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies comes to DVD, Blu-ray and VOD Monday 27th June. Courtesy of Lionsgate, we have a copy on DVD, a signed poster by the cast and a copy of the best-selling book by...

Sunday Afternoon Movie: Inkheart [2008]

For me, Sunday Afternoons are the perfect time to explore undemanding movies that have either alluded me until now or are deeply treasured motion pictures that helped forge the man with limited...

The Nice Guys Review

When it comes to creating mismatched buddy cop characters, everything we see today owes a debt to Shane Black. Many buddy cop movies came before Lethal Weapon, but Black’s sassy writing...

The Do Over Review

The first offering in Adam Sandler’s four-picture deal with Netflix was a steaming pile of shit. I had thought about trying to be more eloquent with my phrasing, but at the end of the day when you...