It's the art book covering both of the new (and actually good this time) Planet of the Apes films. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
It's the first season of DCI Banks, out on a two-disc set from BBC Home Video, starring Stephen Tompkinson and Andrea Lowe. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
It's another item from BBC Home Video, the first season of Scott and Bailey on DVD, has all six episodes across two discs. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
So BBC Home Video made us an offer we couldn't refuse, so be sure to thank them for providing us ammunition for some more giveaways. Gotta love it. In this case, it's Death in Paradise, a Cosette-approved mystery series with eight episodes across two discs. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
That's Ben Miller as Richard with Sara Martins as Camille. Red Dwarf fans, take note: Danny John-Jules is also among the cast. We have a spare copy of the DVD to give away. Want to win it? Here's the deal, just like it was before: you can enter the contest once a day using the form below. A month from now, we'll draw the winner and announce it on this page. Good luck!
It's Shadow on the Mesa, starring Kevin Sorbo, hitting from Hallmark on December 17th. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
It's the third season of Shameless, hitting from Warner Brothers in a DVD/Blu-Ray combo pack. That comes out December 17th. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
Agent Maxwell (Dolph Lundgren, One in the Chamber, The Package) is about to close in on an international cocaine smuggling operation run by criminal mastermind Vincent Camastra (Jones). When Agent Beverly Royce (Carly Pope, 24, Californication, Concrete Blondes) goes undercover with the drug dealers, she finds herself in deeper than she can handle. Up against ruthless killers as well as dirty cop Jack Reiley (Randy Couture, UFC Hall of Fame, Hijacked, The Unit), Frank and Eddie will soon find that dreams built on corruption sometimes exact a heavy toll...
Today, Anchor Bay is releasing not just the original 1995 Embrace of the Vampire but the 2013 remake of the same, both unrated and both on Blu-Ray. Remake I say? Yes, I do. Here's what they have to say for themselves:
It's Mark Knopfler's Privateering, available as a two-CD set from Verve. Here's what he has to say for himself: