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Kingsman 2 Blu-ray/DVD release date and bonus features

Kirsten Howard Nov 10, 2017

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is heading for a home release in January. Here are the details...

Ahoy! We bring you news that Matthew Vaughn's sequel to his ludicrous 2014 Bond-esque spy caper Kingsman: The Secret Service is now available to pre-order on 4k Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD, ahead of its release here in the UK on the 29th of January, 2018.

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Re-teaming the likes of Mark Strong, Colin Firth and Taron Egerton with new players Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore, we didn't take as much of a shine to The Golden Circle as we did the first film. If you found yourself a little more keen on it than us, however, you may be curious to know what special bits and bobs
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Suits Up on Blu-Ray Next Month

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The crazy spy action of Kingsman: The Golden Circle is ready to come home on Blu-ray/4K Ultra HD this December, as 20th Century Fox has announced the home release along with all the special features. Come inside to learn more.

Matthew Vaughn's over the top sequel to one of the most exciting spy movies in recent years, Kingsman, is ready to suit up on the small screen. This morning, Fox has announced the Blu-ray/4K/digital release will arrive on December 12th, making this an ideal stocking stuffer for the movie/comic lover on your shopping list:

Rejoin the world’s most elite secret service when Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment releases Kingsman: The Golden Circle on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-rayTM and DVD December 12. Director Matthew Vaughn returns to helm the sequel in his signature kick-ass style, with stars Colin Firth, Taron Egerton and Mark Strong reprising the
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PlayStation Store and the lack of backwards compatibility

James Hoyle Aug 30, 2017

Sony has work to do on PlayStation backwards compatibility - an area it's lagging behind Xbox One...

Blood soaks the walls of the fog-filled entrance to a labyrinthine alley.

Bravely, Harry continues into the darkness. A siren wails hauntingly from some unknown place. There is something terribly disconcerting about all this. Perhaps he should go back? And then, in the blackness, he sees a gurney. A bloody sheet covers what can only be a body lying beneath it. And yet, Harry goes on. More blood is splattered on the concrete, even more drips from the chain link fence. And then he comes across it – a horrifying decomposing corpse hangs from the fence in front of him. And what are those figures coming towards him out of the gloom?

Things are looking very bad in the town of Silent Hill.

It is one of the most memorable moments in video game history.
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Game of Thrones “Beyond the Wall” Review: Beyond Heartbreaking

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We all know that nothing good happens beyond the wall in Westeros and tonight Game of Thrones fans were dealt a devastating blow. It was a night fraught with fear, heartache and a shocking event that rivals that of the Red Wedding. Our worst fears have been realized and things will never be the same. But wait! Before you read any further, I have to warn you. Not even the great Baelor himself can save you from the spoilers in this recap/review, so make sure you have watched Game of ThronesBeyond the Wall” episode 6 of season 7 before you read this. Alright, GoT fans, you’ve been warned. Come on in and let’s discuss.

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What makes men heroes? Honor? Decency? Bravery? Sacrifice? Well tonight we got all of these in huge doses.
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Rooster Teeth Games Names Former Gearbox Executive Head Of Publishing

Rooster Teeth has announced the hire of gaming industry veteran David Eddings to join its Rooster Teeth Games division. Eddings, who has been named head of game publishing, previously served as VP of business development and licensing at Gearbox Software, which is the creator of beloved franchises including Borderlands, Brothers In Arms, and Duke Nukem.

Rooster Teeth Games launched in January to help independent developers market and distribute their titles to the Austin-based entertainment collective’s legions of fans -- including 35 million subscribers on YouTube and 5 million unique monthly visitors on Michael Hadwin serves as the division’s director. In his new role, Eddings will be responsible for forging additional relationships within the indie game developer community -- with the aim of adding innovative titles to the Rooster Teeth roster.

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Update 9.19 brings ranked battles and improved equipment to World of Tanks PC

Update 9.17 comes to World of Tanks players on the PC on Wednesday, May 31st courtesy of historical warfare Mmo developers This latest update brings Ranked Battles, improved equipment, interface improvements and lots more. For a summary of these changes watch the new video below…

Ranked Battles mode is a mode for those players who perform amazingly in battle but don’t necessarily get the appropriate reward. This mode is exclusive to Tier X vehicles and will allow players to face opponents of a similar level of skill in large 15 v 15 battles and will give some brilliant rewards. This mode will be coming as a beta soon after the updates release and this forms the final stretch of the mode’s development.

Improved Equipment and a new type of Battle Reserves, Directives will also be making an appearance in this latest update. Both of these can be earned with
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Borderlands Developer Gearbox Software Teasing New Game Announcement For December 1

Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford has teased the imminent announcement of a new game from the studio. Replying to a fan on Twitter asking about the possibility of a Duke Nukem/Gears of War crossover, Pitchford replied with “on December 1st, we are announcing something you might really enjoy.” No explicit mention of a new game is made, but considering the date mentioned just so happens to coincide with this year’s The Game Awards, it’s not out of the realms of possibility that Gearbox will make the announcement there.

@Alex_Everatt On December 1st, we are announcing something you might really enjoy

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Best known for the Borderlands and Brothers in Arms series, the studio’s other credits include Battleborn and the critically panned Duke Nukem Forever, so there’s certainly no shortage of potential announcements waiting in the wings. While we’ve not heard
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‘Brothers in Arms’ begins in preview of Titan’s Samurai #2.1

Titan’s critically acclaimed Samurai enters its second series with the start of Brothers in Arms this Wednesday, and you can check out a preview of the first issue here…

Having bested the legendary Shobei in a duel, Takeo has finally left the Isle with no Name, accompanied by his brother Akio. The excitement of their voyage from the Island awakens Akio from his mute state, and Takeo is finally ready to discover the answers to the questions that have driven him so far…

Samurai #2.1 is out on September 14th, priced $3.99.
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Titan announces Samurai: Brothers in Arms for September, covers revealed

Titan Comics has announced that Samurai is set to return this September with the all-new series Samurai: Brothers in Arms, and you can check out the covers to the first issue by Frederic Genet, David Mack, John McCrea, Jung Shan and Steve Kurth here…

Having bested the legendary Shobei in a duel, Takeo has finally left the Isle with no Name, accompanied by his brother Akio. The excitement of their voyage from the Island awakens Akio from his mute state, and Takeo is finally ready to discover the answers to the questions that have driven him so far…

Samurai: Brothers in Arms #1 goes on sale on September 14th, priced $3.99.
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Arrow Recap: Genesis Revelation

Arrow Recap: Genesis Revelation
This week on The CW’s Arrow, the Diggles’ sibling rivalry took a nasty turn, building to the realization of Damien Darhk’s grand plan. (TV’s other Hive, please take note.) Here’s what everybody was up to:

Magical Mystery Tour’ | Dubbed this by Diggle himself, Oliver trekked to Hub City, with a persistent Felicity in tow, to meet up with an associate of Constantine’s — the “immortal shaman” Esrin Fortuna — whom he (eventually) met at an underground casino. The three then went quite underground — to a “new plane of existence”/ chamber where Esrin schooled Oliver on the trick
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Two New Featurettes For Captain America: Civil War Spotlight Marvel’s Star-Spangled Hero

At the time of writing, we’re now a little less than a month away from the arrival of Captain America: Civil War, and Marvel is beginning to slowly crank up the marketing machine in preparation.

While directors Joe and Anthony Russo continue to share photos via Instagram – the latest of which showcased a brawl between Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) – Marvel has premiered a pair of new featurettes focusing on Chris Evans’ star-spangled hero.

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First up, we have the Brothers in Arms. Glimpsed above, it doubles down on both Evans and Stan’s men out of time, and how their seemingly unflinching bond sends ripples coursing through Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Both Evans and Robert Downey Jr. – headlining Team Iron Man – offer new insight into Tony and Cap’s crumbling friendship, and what that means for their individual futures.
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Captain America: Civil War Featurette — "Brothers in Arms"

After being burned by Avengers: Age of Ultron, I'm not quite as gung-ho about Captain America: Civil War as I might have been otherwise. I'm still going into the film with a sense of cautious optimism, but as we get closer to the utter insanity of Infinity War, I'm justifiably a little worried that the massive cast here could be a bad sign for the films to come. I really hope the Russo Brothers can pull this off.

Marvel has released a new featurette for the movie called Brothers in Arms, which you can check out below. Also, ComingSoon pointed out that ABC News has its own video interviews with the cast from the set of the movie that might be worth checking out, so you can watch that at the bottom of this page. Captain America: Civil War hits theaters on May 6th.
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‘Jurassic World,’ ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ and Tom Holkenborg’s new shit

Jurassic World is fine. Massive blockbuster earnings aside, it’s neither contrived enough to feel like another lesser sequel nor original enough to stray too far from Spielberg’s 1993 original. That uneasy cradle — between ingenuity and brand loyalty — is where tentpole franchises and their music have come to rest. With Furious 7, Atlantic Records threw dub step and electro-house music onto another collection of so-so promotional hip-hop. Henry Jackman and Matthew Margeson only squeak out brief homages to John Barry rather than admit how indebted to Roger Moore Bond Kingsman: The Secret Service really is. Even Danny Elfman and Brian Tyler never stray far from Alan Silvestri’s original “Transformers meets Mission Impossible” theme in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Blockbuster movie composition is, like the studio system in 2015, sturdy, safe and kinda boring. Michael Giacchino’s score for Jurassic World is the latest to fit the mold. Like the movie itself,
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Win The Mad Max: Fury Road Soundtrack – Composed By Junkie Xl

Wamg is giving away the soundtrack from Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ post-apocalyptic action-thriller Mad Max: Fury Road from Grammy nominated producer and composer Junkie Xl.

Starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult and directed by Oscar winner George Miller, the mastermind behind the legendary “Mad Max” franchise, Fury Road is a return to the world of Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky (Hardy). Haunted by his turbulent past, Max teams up with a mysterious woman, Furiosa (Theron), to try and survive a high-octane Road War.

The film is in theaters now.

The movie’s vast landscape provided ample opportunity for the composer to explore a diverse range of musical territory, from beating drums to sweeping strings and electric guitar-driven operatic themes, utilizing nearly 200 instruments. “The score includes almost everything in a composer’s arsenal. The instrumentation ranges from big, brutal percussion with string sections and musical sound design,
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Oz drama chronicles how to catch a serial killer

The Belanglo State Forest, scene of Ivan Milat.s grisly serial murders, is such a forbidding place the producers of the Seven Network.s Catching Milat chose to avoid the area.

Only director Peter Andrikidis and DoP Joe Pickering visited the area south of Berrima but they used a drone camera to film the location.

.It.s such an eerie place I didn.t want to go there when they did the tech survey,. Kerrie Mainwaring, who produced the two-part Shine Australia miniseries with Rory Callaghan, tells If.

Instead, the cast and crew shot the crime drama in Terrey Hills, St Ives, Balmain, Glebe, Wattle Grove and Parramatta.

As the title suggests, the focus is not on Ivan Milat but on the marathon investigation into the 1990s backpacker murders that led to his arrest and conviction.

Callaghan came up with the idea and Shine optioned the book Sins of the
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Preview Junkie Xl's Score for 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and Preorder Now

Warner Bros. has released the soundtrack listing and a track from Tom Holkenborg's (aka Junkie Xl) score for the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road, which is available for preorder right now on Amazon. Holkenborg is also scoring the upcoming Point Break remake as well as Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and in a press release regarding his work on the Mad Max score we learn he utilized nearly 200 instruments -- everything from beating drums to sweeping strings and electric guitar-driven operatic themes -- for the score and for the film's lighter moments, he studied Hollywood's Golden Age channeling a Bernard Herman-esque sound with driving strings and woodwinds. "When you're watching the film, you're in a world that has gone completely mad," Holkenborg said. "Everything we know about society is out of the window. It's so out of this world crazy that it felt like the
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10 sequels that ignored previous films

In the wake of the Alien 5 news, here are 10 franchise sequels that also ignored at least one previous film.

We all have moments in our lives we'd prefer to forget, and so too do filmmakers. So what do you do when a movie franchise starts to go off the rails? Simple, just forget that the lesser films in the series never happened.

News recently broke that director Neill Blomkamp's taking this approach to the Alien universe. Recent interviews with both he and returning star Sigourney Weaver have revealed that Blomkamp's forthcoming sequel will not necessarily follow the events of Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection, and pick up the story from Aliens instead (although he has since given a brief update on that).

Of course, we'll have to wait and see exactly how all this pans out. But it's by no means the first time in history that a film's
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7 Things Alien Isolation Does Way Better Than Colonial Marines

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Oh, how blind we Xeno-fans were back in 2011. Just how exactly could Aliens: Colonial Marines possibly suck? As the craftsmen behind such acclaimed games as Brothers in Arms and Borderlands, Gearbox had our confidence signed and sealed, but couldn’t deliver worth a damn.

The gaping cavity Colonial Marines left in our chests was a hearty deathblow to our collective faith in a franchise that was already struggling to stay relevant. It put us in a state of deep existential longing for the future existence of a game that understood why the Alien is so iconic and terrifying, and on October 11th, our prayers to the Engineers were answered.

Creative Assembly heeds the call of true horror preservationists and fans of Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece with Alien: Isolation. Reviews so far have been an above average mixed bag, but Alien nerds will definitely find more to love
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The birth, death and regeneration of the Universal Soldier movies

Universal Soldier began in 1992 before suffering from some tawdry sequels. Then John Hyams revived the franchise in spectacular fashion...

The Universal Soldier films are a strange case of life imitating art. Much like how series protagonist Luc Deveraux is killed in action then resurrected into something post-human, Universal was a pretty standard 90s action film which crashed and burned when it came to sequels, but became something unique and beautiful when it was reanimated for the straight to DVD market.

It’s a hushed secret among genre fans, but Universal Solder 3 and 4 (or possibly 5 and 6, it’s complicated) are some of the most remarkable action sci-fi films of the 21st century so far. Yes, really. I actually watched the series backwards when I first saw them, after being blown away by Universal Solder Day Of Reckoning and deciding to work my way back, and Roland Emmerich’s perfectly acceptable 1992 blockbuster
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Valiant Hearts: The Great War PS4 review

Ubisoft takes us on a memorable journey through World War I in this charming puzzler...

When I first laid eyes on Valiant Hearts I, like many others, predicted big things for the World War I title, and I'm glad to report I wasn't wrong, at least in my opinion. Tackling World War I, an era largely ignored by videogames thus far, the game attempts to do two things – create an enjoyable puzzle adventure, and to convey the tragedy and heartbreak, as well as the hope and camaraderie felt during the war, to the player. It's a game that tells a war story, one that's inspired by real life letters and events from the front, and the developers have crafted a fitting tribute to the troops, with a beautiful game, not only visually so, but also in terms of the writing and characterisation.

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