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David Norris (Damon) is on his way to becoming one of the most important political figures in history. However, after a not-so-chance encounter with ballerina Elise Sellas (Blunt), both David’s and Elise’s fate begins to unravel, despite the meticulous plans and stubborn intentions of ‘The Adjustment Bureau’. More >
A vampire epidemic sweeps across North America leaving the land desolate, in ruins and lawless. Having watched his parents die at the hands and teeth of vampires, Martin, a teenage boy, is rescued by a wondering vampire hunter by the name of Mister. Mister takes it upon himself to guide Martin through the highly dangerous world around them in the hope of reaching ‘New Eden’ – an unspoiled paradise in North Canada.
Yuko Moriguchi (Matsu) is a teacher, widow and a grieving mother. Following the murder of her daughter, which is officially considered a tragic accident, she plots her revenge. But it’s a slow, meticulous revenge that will affect more than just the murderers.
The small Australian town of Arrarat is thrust into the spotlight after the tragic accidental death of a young girl. Her family and their home are then seemingly plagued by paranormal activity so they decide to document the strange goings on. But they discover more than they possibly ever wanted to know.
It’s competition time once again here at ScreenDemon.com. So, you lovely people, log in and get your mits on some goodies. To celebrate the release of the absolutely brilliant Black Swan on DVD and Blu-ray, we have one copy of Darren Aronofsky’s chilling ballet-themed film to give away. If by some miracle you haven’t heard of, or seen Black Swan then you can read our review here.
Steven Arthur Younger (Michael Sheen) is a U.S citizen, an Islamic convert and a radicalised terrorist. Having placed three nuclear bombs in three major cities spanning America, he hands himself into the F.B.I knowing full well that his “interrogation” won’t be pleasant. F.B.I investigator, Agent Helen Brody (Carrie-Anne Moss), is called in to deal with the situation. But she’s not the only one. Black-Ops interrogator, Henry ‘H’ Humphries (Samuel L. Jackson), is also assigned to the case and his methods are far from legal.
If you’re looking for an example of just how lazy a human being can be, then look no further than myself. For seven months I’ve had a LoveFilm rental which I never quite got around to watching, or even posting back so as to receive the next, perhaps more desirable rental from my list. In an unusual moment of motivation I finally posted them back and a couple of days later two more Blu-rays and a PS3 game landed on my doormat. The films were Four Lions and Harry Brown, two films I had eagerly added to my list sometime last year.
Although its title may suggest a sex-filled romp about romance and relationships, the actual genre you should classify True Romance under is suspense thriller. Conceived by the legendary writer/producer/director, Quentin Tarantino, True Romance tells the story of love-struck couple Clarence Worley (Christian Slater) and Alabama Whitman (Patricia Arquette). More >
Selma (Bjork) is a single mother from Czechoslovakia living in 60’s America. She wants it to be the Hollywood fairytale life, but, as her eyesight slowly fails, she finds herself in a less than fairytale situation. As she works tirelessly to save for an operation that will spare her son’s eyesight from the same fate, Selma becomes the victim of a deceitful landlord to tragic consequences.
Visualise a speeding train filled with toxic chemicals heading straight for an S bend in your hometown. The train, unaided by human control, will crash. At such high speeds the odds of it passing the lethal curve safely are impossible. This leaves parent train company AWVR with a tough choice: innocent lives or their American share-price.