Win Ambushed on DVD!

Ambushed DVD

It’s Ambushed on DVD, with Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Vinnie Jones. It’s coming out from Anchor Bay. Here’s what they have to say for themselves.

Ambushed charts the dark, seductive underbelly of Los Angeles, told from the point of view of two of its seedier denizens, mid-level drug pushers Eddie (Gianni Capaldi) and Frank (Daniel Bonjour). They want a chance to hit the big time. Unfortunately, they decide to achieve their goal by ripping off their middleman in a murderous bid for greatness, setting off a dangerous chain of events involving a ruthless crime boss, a dirty cop and the Federal agent chasing them all.

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…


By | 2017-09-24T22:27:03+00:00 October 23rd, 2013|Contests|0 Comments

Win Blood Out on DVD!

Blood Out DVD

It’s Blood Out, hitting DVD from Lionsgate. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:

Sometimes the law is personal. Packed with full-throttle action and vengeance, Lionsgate debuts Blood Out on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Digital Download and On Demand this April. The good cop/bad cop action-drama features an all-star cast including Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Get Rich or Die Tryin’), Vinnie Jones (X-Men: The Last Stand), Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) and AnnaLynne McCord (TV’s “90210”).

In the vein of Training Day and Street Kings, Blood Out stars Luke Goss as Michael Savion, a small town cop who loses his brother in a gang-related murder. City police quickly abandon the case, so Michael takes matters into his own hands and goes undercover to avenge his brother’s death.


By | 2017-09-24T22:41:37+00:00 April 26th, 2011|Contests|0 Comments

Win Locked Down Presented by TapouT on Blu-Ray

Locked Down Presented by TapouT Blu-Ray

It’s Locked Down, with Vinnie Jones and a bunch of Mixed Martial Arts badasses. It’s out from Lionsgate. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:

There’s only one way to survive among the toughest inmates in this prison – break out of the cage! Starring action favorite Vinnie Jones (The Midnight Meat Train), Locked Down enters the ring this November on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Digital Download and On Demand. Alongside Jones, some standout Mixed Martial Arts fighters heat up the screen including Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson (Former Elite XC Champion), Forrest Griffin (Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Fighter) and Rashad “Sugar” Evans (Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion). Featuring music from Ice-T and Cool MOD, 7 Days Away and more, the Locked Down DVD and Blu-ray Disc contain bonus features that include interviews with the cast and crew, a behind the scenes featurette and audio commentary with director Daniel Zirilli (Circle of Pain).

We’ve got three copies of the Blu-Ray to give away. Want to win one? Easy: enter using the form below. Don’t forget you better your chances by entering once a day. If we draw your name when the contest ends, you win. Good luck!

By | 2017-09-24T22:46:25+00:00 November 3rd, 2010|Contests|0 Comments

The Midnight Meat Train (2008) – Movie Review

Midnight Meat Train

Written by: Jeff Buhler, based on the short story by Clive Barker
Directed by: Ryuhei Kitamura
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Leslie Bibb, Roger Bart, Brooke Shields and Vinnie Jones

My Advice: See it

Clive Barker, genius that he is, hasn’t had the best of luck with film adaptations of his work. Sure Hellraiser was spectacular, and Candyman was pretty damned scary, though not completely faithful… Other than those, few adaptations do his text justice. So I was pleasantly surprised when I saw The Midnight Meat Train, especially given its publicity (or lack there of…more on that in a bit). It’s based on the short story of the same name. It was originally published in 1984 with Books of Blood, Volume 1, and can now be found in the Berkley Trade published Books of Blood Omnibus, Volume 1, which collects the first 3 volumes.


By | 2017-09-24T22:54:02+00:00 March 15th, 2010|Movie Reviews|0 Comments

Snatch: Superbit Deluxe (2000) – DVD Review

Snatch: Superbit Deluxe DVD cover art


Written & Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Starring: Jason Statham, Brad Pitt, Alan Ford, Dennis Farina, Benicio Del Toro


  • Making Snatch featurette
  • Storyboard comparisons
  • Deleted scenes with optional commentary by director Ritchie and producer Matthew Vaughn
  • Video photo gallery
  • TV spots
  • Filmographies
  • Theatrical trailers

Released by: Sony
Region: 1
Rating: R
Anamorphic: Yes.

My Advice: Own It. Although I miss the commentary.


By | 2017-09-25T00:02:23+00:00 December 7th, 2003|DVD, Reviews|0 Comments

Swordfish (2001) – Movie Review

Swordfish movie poster

Written by: Skip Woods
Directed by: Dominic Sena
Starring: John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle, Vinnie Jones

My Advice: Matinee.

Gabriel (Travolta) is a man with a mission. Suffice to say that mission involves a lot of guns, cigars, high speed chases, and Halle Berry topless. But of course, those are the elements of all good missions. Anyway, the one thing this mission is lacking is a world-class hacker. Gabriel finds one in Stanley (Jackman), a burnt-out computer cowboy with an ex-wife and a daughter living in stepfatherly hell. Gabriel has something up his sleeve you see, and it involves a lot of money and an intricate plan to get at it. Hot on the trail of everybody is Agent Roberts (Cheadle). And of course, Vinnie Jones is quickly becoming the Danny Trejo of the next millennium.


By | 2011-06-18T08:20:48+00:00 June 7th, 2001|Reviews|0 Comments

Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1999) – DVD Review

Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels DVD cover art


Written & Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Starring: Nick Moran, Jason Flemyng, Jason Statham, Dexter Fletcher, Vinnie Jones


  • U.S. & U.K. theatrical trailers
  • Cast & crew bios
  • Production featurette
  • Cockney rhyming dictionary

Released by: Universal
Region: 1
Rating: R
Anamorphic: No

My Advice: Rent it.

It seemed like the perfect plan. Four friends decide to pool their resources and give the card playing prodigy among them, Eddie (Moran), the chance to win at high stakes poker. Unfortunately, like most perfect plans, the thing goes right into the toilet, threatening to drag all four of them down, taking Eddie’s dad (Sting) and most of the neighborhood with them.


By | 2009-07-15T17:45:35+00:00 May 20th, 2001|DVD, Reviews|0 Comments

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1999) – Movie Review

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels movie poster

Written and Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Starring: Nick Moran, Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher, Jason Statham, Vinnie Jones

My Advice: Don’t Miss It.

Four amigos in London’s East End decide to pony up a wad of cash and send in their best card player, Eddie (Moran), to a high stakes game in order to bring home the gold. However, Hatchet Harry (P.H. Moriarty) has rigged the game to rook the lads for all they’re worth and then some. If the four don’t get the money back to Harry before a week goes by, then they’ll have to deal with the other half of his name. What ensues is a caper that I can’t even begin to explain here because of its intricacies, but rest assured that it is a farce with guns.

Let me go ahead and cut through it and tell you straight: this movie blew me away. I’m not used to films this good being released in the first quarter/first half of a year. This is normally where studios throw unwatchable formulaic crap and wait for Oscar season to roll around again. Which means the really good stuff shows up at Christmas. However, this film is the exception to that rule.


By | 2011-02-22T09:45:56+00:00 March 6th, 1999|Movie Reviews|0 Comments