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Drifting from town to town and various different relationships, single mother Caroline (Ellen Barkin) and her son Toby (DiCaprio), eventually settle in Seattle, where she meets the seemingly charming Dwight (DeNiro). The couple marry, but her husband’s veneer of respectability soon fades to reveal a bullying, violent tyrant, who wants to change Toby and the emotional, verbal and physical abuse begins. This Boy’s Life is a compelling drama featuring powerhouse performances from two Hollywood greats.

Out: 10th October – £15.99 – Second Sight

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

Complete this title of another DiCaprio movie: Catch Me If You _____?

Buried Alive

Hard-working construction company owner, Clint, is married to Joanna, but little does he know she’s having an affair with a doctor and the pair are plotting to kill him to get a hefty insurance payout. One night Joanne injects Clint with poison and with the help of her lover they set about burying him in a shallow grave. But there’s one slight problem; Clint isn’t dead! Buried Alive is the ultimate revenge movie from the creator-director of award winning TV zombie thriller The Walking Dead.

Out: 17th October – £15.99 – Second Sight

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

What are zombies: A, The Unclean. B, The Undead, C, The Uninvited.


As with the ground-breaking mini-series Spartacus – Blood and Sand, this six-part prequel is just as bloody and brutal, with a heady mix of profanity, nudity and sex, which in my book makes for top evening’s viewing.

Gods of the Arena was designed as a stop-gap solution when Spartacus star Andy Whitfield had to pull out of filming a second series to receive treatment for cancer. (Unfortunately, Whitfield recently lost his battle with his illness; the lead role has been recast and goes to fellow Antipodean actor, Liam McIntyre). However, what a brilliant ‘stop-gap’ it proved to be. By filling in the background of the rise of the House of Batiatus and his ludus; the deals, cheats, intrigues and murders he had to commit, it gave us more of an insight to mechanics needed climb the slippery pole of ancient Roman society. His ambition is achieved thanks to the sexually explosive setting of the macho and sweaty world of his gladiator’s physical exertions, their never ending dose of violence, homo and heterosexual lust and the ultimate desire to be the best. With the motto:  LIVE TO BECOME A GOD OR DIE TRYING

Packed with sexual tension and bloody battles sequences, the series features some of the biggest and most brutal spectacles the show has ever produced. Not to be outdone, the costume designers had a field day making sure the greasy, sweaty hunks had very little to wear but what they did wrap around their plentiful groins, emphasised why these men were regarded as gods once they entered the arena.

Out: 3rd October – DVD & BluRay – Anchor Bay Entertainment


To coincide with visual treat of such ‘well-developed’ gladiators, Aussiebum – the leading Australian undies maker www.aussiebum.com , is offering a pair of their figure enhancing pants as part of the prize for this explosive DVD.

To be in with a chance of winning a DVD and a pair of these fantastic Aussiebums, just answer this simple question:


What is a ludus?      A, a game.   B, a sword.   C, a gladiator training camp.


In 1942 British soldier Jack Celliers (David Bowie) comes to a Japanese prison camp. The camp is run by Yonoi (Ryûichi Sakamoto), who has a firm belief in discipline, honour and glory. In Yonoi’s view, the allied prisoners are all cowards after choosing to surrender in the war instead of committing suicide. When one of the prisoners, interpreter John Lawrence (Tom Conti), tries to explain the Japanese way of thinking, he is considered a traitor.

Out: 17th October – BluRay & DP – Optimum Classics

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

Complete the title of this  David Bowie movie – The Man Who Fell To _____



When Michael Scofield’s brother, Lincoln, is wrongfully sentenced to death, Michael engineers an impossible escape – from the inside out. Getting arrested and imprisoned is only the first step and when they break free their troubles really begin…

Combining all four seasons and the thrilling series finale The Final Break, the 23-disc box set brings the entire tension-filled escapade home in high definition.  Starring Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller, this high-action prison drama will have viewers on the edge of their sofas and is a must-have for any TV box-set collector.

Out: 3rd October – BluRay – 20th Century Fox Home Ents

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD series, just answer this simple question:

What did Michael use to bust his brother from prison: A, A Key. B, A Tattoo. C, A kind word to the governer.


Featuring never-seen-before home videos and archive footage of Ayrton Senna in his younger years, the Blu-ray and DVD footage gives viewers a greater understanding into this fascinating man behind the wheel. As well as exclusive featurettes and commentary from Director Asif Kapadia, the DVD and Blu-ray disks contain exclusive interviews, including a ‘lost’ interview with biographer Gerald Donaldson. Traces of archive footage allow you to feel closer to this phenomenal figure who loved and lived for the racetrack. Action packed and totally enthralling…  and not just for fans of Jeremy Clarkson and the Top Gear boys.

Out: 10th October – DVD & BluRay – Universal

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

Ayrton Senna came from which of these countries: A, Brazil. B, Scotland. C, South Africa

The One

Hunky Daniel couldn’t have it better – great parents, a successful career and the beautiful Jen as his fiancée. A seemingly perfect life…but there is one temptation that may derail his best laid plans for a straight-and-narrow life: he has a thing for Tommy, the former college classmate who is now openly gay. After a few drinks, Daniel succumbs to his repressed desires and makes a ‘one-time mistake’. With Tommy’s friends warning him against his involvement with a straight man and Daniel’s pledge of heterosexually, it would seem that nothing will come of them…but love and lust have a way of messing up even the best laid plans.

Out: 10th October – £15.99 – tlareleasing

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

Which of these famous people was known to be gay: A, Oscar Wilde. B, Michaelangelo. C, Freddie Mercury.

TINTIN and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece

A surprise message from Istanbul is about to ruin Captain Haddock’s day. Named as sole beneficiary in the will of his late comrade Paparanic, Haddock sets sail with the intrepid Tintin on a journey to collect his strange bounty – but is all as it seems? This spirited live-action take on Hergé’s iconic comic creation is a colourful, fun-filled adventure set in stunning international locations. Featuring all of Hergé’s best-loved characters, this English language treat is released by the BFI just ahead of October’s highly-anticipated big screen outing for the boy reporter in Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin.

Out: 3rd October – £9.99 – BFI

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, just answer this simple question:

What do the letter BFI stand for?

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