Available Now on Digital Download and DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K 22/3/21(12) 4 Stars
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This is just the film the World needed in 2020. Wonder Woman 1984 is Fun, Exciting and totally Uplifting from start to finish. Gal Gadot is this generation’s Christopher Reeve – Highly Recommended!!!
Win Wonder Woman 1984 on Blu-Ray!!!
It’s time for a hero when WONDER WOMAN 1984 arrives on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD on 22nd March. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot (“Wonder Woman”) in the title role. To celebrate the release, we have 3 Blu-rays up for grabs for 3 lucky winners.
WONDER WOMAN 1984 also stars Chris Pine (“Wonder Woman,” the “Star Trek” films) as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig (“Bridesmaids,” “The Martian”) as Barbara Minerva, Pedro Pascal (TV’s “Game of Thrones,” “The Mandalorian”) as Maxwell Lord, Robin Wright (TV’s “House of Cards,” “Blade Runner 2049”) as Antiope and Connie Nielsen (“Wonder Woman,” TV’s “I Am the Night”) as Hippolyta.
The fate of the world is once more on the line, and only Wonder Woman can save it. This new chapter in the Wonder Woman story finds Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) living quietly among mortals in the vibrant, sleek 1980s—an era of excess driven by the pursuit of having it all. Though she’s come into her full powers, she maintains a low profile, curating ancient artifacts and only performing her superheroic acts incognito. But now, Diana will have to step directly into the spotlight and muster all her wisdom, strength and courage in order to save mankind from a world of its own making.
To be in with the chance of winning, simply answer the question below!
Who plays the role of Barbara Minerva?
A. Gal Gadot
B. Patty Jenkins
C. Kristen Wiig
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ON 4K, BLU-RAY AND DVD FROM 22ND MARCH
DC Comics – Wonder Woman 1984 review by BexCLICK HERE!!!
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Amazon Prime Video – The Mauritanian review by Harrison
(Please be aware Harrison does not condone actions by Terrorist and our hearts go out to all victims effected by any form of Terrorism around the world. All views in this video review are solely based on the treatment of the Prisoners as depicted in this film.)
Available on Amazon Prime 1/4/21 (15) “TOP END” 5 Stars
The Banishing – Harrison talks Ghost Stories and Religion in Horror with Director Christopher Smith!!!
If you could Direct a remake of any classic Horror – which film would you choose and why?
I’ve often thought about doing a remake of Nosferatu. I’ve always loved the design of the Count in that film. Even when it was remade with Klaus Kinski or used in Salem’s Lot, there is something inherently scary about the Nosferatu vampire. I think Nosferatu would be the perfect way to reboot the vampire genre.
Have you or anyone close to you ever had a paranormal experience and if so what happened?
No. Sorry for the boring answer but to me all supernatural events are actually events that are happening within the mind of the person. That’s why I love The Shining so much. The hotel is Jack Torrence’s mind. If someone tells me they’re haunted I take it to mean they’re not well.
I always find ghost stories far scarier to watch than slasher movies. Do you agree with this and if so what do you think it is about ghost stories that makes them so scary?
I actually find slasher movies more scary but I find ghost stories more interesting. Ghosts are essentially you being tormented by your own past. Something of the past is invading the present, just like bad memories, though in their scariest manifestation.
Why do you think religion is regularly used to enhance the scare factor of so many horror movies?
I think religion is in human DNA, whether your are a believer or not. Anything that successfully taps into that deeply ingrained belief, unsettles something within us and makes us uncomfortable. There’s also something inherently filmic about rituals of any kind.
The ending of The Banishing makes it feel very open to a sequel. Are there any plans to develop the story further?
I certainly would like to explore Harry Reed more, as I believe Shaun Harris created a really interesting character. For me the end is very much about the awakening of violence both within the characters and the world as a whole. The idea that prejudice can all too easily be dug up and harnessed within people to revolting ends.
The Pandemic has given people extra time to be creative. Has the extra time been useful to you and do you think the quality in the films made over the coming years will be better due to Filmmakers having more time to develop their ideas?
Only time will tell. I imagine there will be a spate of twisted films, although you never can tell, perhaps people are so tired of feeling miserable that swathe of comedies are about to flood the market!
Christopher Smith’s THE BANISHING HITS UK CINEMAS AND DIGITAL PLATFORMS MARCH 26TH – Review CLICK HERE!!!!
There’s something very special about this story. Its sort of a barmy concept – but very funny, works really well and has lots of heart. An American Pickle really feels like a classic Woody Allen movie. A great excuse to head back to the Cinema for some escapism!!!
It feels so good to be back in a Cinema. There are various new release movies out now as well any many classics for an incredible £5 per ticket. The experience is very well organised around the new ‘Social Distancing Rules’ with plenty of hand sanitize areas – plus it all feels very stress free. Highly Recommended!!!