The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Easy Money, Easy Money II: Hard to Kill starring Joel Kinnaman (Robocop, The Killing) is released on DVD, Blu-ray and iTunes on 7th April and we have THREE copies to give away.
Indie director Jim Jarmusch (Broken flowers) directs Tom Hiddleton, a reclusive musician who makes a living as a dark tortured artist and Eve a brighter more educated bloodsucker. Eve leaves her exotic home to save suicidal romantic Adam from the dark downtrodden Detroit City.
Entering the rabbit/Anderson hole that is norm with all of Wes’ movies, cable carring down through multiple layers of characters through their ages/timeline and their association with the once splendid destination resort ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ (2014), in the fantasy (yet instantly familiar) land of the Republic of Zubrowka.
Despite it’s description, the game was actually a deceptively cunning strategy game, combining the dynamics of puzzlers with the tension and excitement of good old fashioned arcadia. It was old school, but good enough to become a pretty major hit on virtually all the consoles.
I approached the new 300 movie, Rise of an Empire, with a healthy degree of suspicion, even bearing in mind the fact that Snyder’s was not the tush sat in the director’s chair this time round (though he does still serve as co-writer and producer).
To celebrate this Friday’s release of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel we’ve a very limited edition bottle of L’Air de Panache to give away – rumoured to be liberally applied by legendary concierge Gustave H!
We’ve got three copies of the new high-octane espionage thriller Paranoia to give away on DVD.
Planes are bloody terrifying; great 200-ton coke cans tossed up into the sky and expected to somehow not come crashing back down again, turning all the poor saps aboard into immolated ant-stains in the process.
Here is a quick look at some stills from the sequel to 2005′s adaptation of the infamous Frank Miller graphic novels. ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ is released in the UK by Lionsgate on 29th August and is once again directed by Robert Rodriguez & Frank Miller.
CHOICE … and lots of it. It’s one of the pillars of our burgeoning consumer society, and – if we’re in serious frame of mind – one of the underpinnings of the democracy we, pretty much unthinkingly, enjoy.