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"Join the 300" Contest
June 28, 2007, 11:55:42 AM by James Harvey in News.
Warner Home Video (WHV) has announced the launch of www.JoinThe300.com, an interactive online site featuring 300-related challenges for fans to complete and boasting social networking and user-generated content functionality, in anticipation of the July 31st DVD release of 300, the box office sensation that has earned more than $200 million at the U.S. box office.
To celebrate the July 31 release of 300 on DVD, fans can enter for a chance to win two trips to Comic-Con and compete for a set visit to Watchmen, the new film from director Zack Snyder! Beginning on June 20th , fans of 300 can log on to www.JoinThe300.com for a chance to win two great prizes, as previously mentioned. The aforementioned prizes include one of two trips to the upcoming Comic-Con International in San Diego, California, where the two winners will compete head-to-head for the grand prize Ė a once in a lifetime trip to visit the set of Zack Snyderís upcoming film, Watchmen.
"Breach" DVD Review
June 17, 2007, 01:33:32 AM by Zach Demeter in News.
Donít let the trailers for Breach fool you. While it seem to have played on the heels of last summerís The Sentinel with Kiefer Sutherland (and Breach was even advertised with a few clips of Dennis Haysbert, an alumni of 24, like Sutherland), Breach trounces The Sentinel in every way imaginable. Ignore the advertisingóthe only relation the two films share is that they deal with the government.
Breach tells the story of Robert Hanssen, an FBI agent that was ousted in early 2001 for his selling secrets to Russia for the better part of two decades. While the film retrieves its basis from this historical incident, it focuses not on Hanssen but on Eric OíNeill, the operative assigned to help expose Hanssen. If you havenít heard of OíNeill itís because he was never mentioned in the myriad of books that followed the arrest of Hanssen. OíNeill was kept hidden by the FBI in the event a trial would take place; however, Hanssen plead guilty and a trial was never needed, allowing OíNeill to be revealed to the public and the (massive) part he played in the capture of Hanssen.
Welcome to The World's Finest DVD Report!
March 17, 2007, 09:41:42 PM by Zach Demeter in News.
For those of you curious how the team behind a website dedicated to covering DC Animated shows has come to make a website made for reviewing DVDs, we mainly made this site to be a place to archive our growing catalog of DVD reviews and we in no way set out to create an be-all-to-end-all DVD review site. We're here to do reviews, first and foremost.