Date Archives for October, 2012

Win a signed poster from The Falling

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The Falling, the eagerly anticipated follow up to Carol Morley’s Dreams of Life, is now available to rent or buy with blinkbox. In honour of this, we’re giving away a poster signed by Carol Morley, Florence Pugh and GOT’s Maisie Williams.   To be in with the chance of winning this awesome prize, send us […]

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Competition Time: While We’re Young

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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The Gunman: Win things and look behind the scenes

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Woman in Black: Angel of Death Competition

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Chappie no crimes! All competitions.

(Image: Columbia Pictures)

(Image: Columbia Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Robotics in Chappie (Behind the Scenes)

(Image: Columbia Pictures)

(Image: Columbia Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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CLOSED: Win a The Wedding Ringer goodie bag

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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CLOSED: It Follows is Out Now! Win an awesome T-Shirt.

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Best of the Best: Movie and TV Recommendations

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As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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The Interview: Behind the Scenes and Deleted Clips

(image: Sony Pictures)

(image: Sony Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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