Daniel Roher’s documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band offers an intimate, never-before-seen look into the early years of the Bob Dylan-backing band that would become musical legends in their own right. After debuting to positive reviews at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, Once Were Brothers hit limited theaters in February 2020.
But fans of The Band can get another chance to show their love for the roots rock group with a Once Were Brothers giveaway contest that we’re hosting at /Film. Find out how you can win a Blu-ray of Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band, an LP of Robbie Robertson’s Sinematic, The Band’s 50th anniversary box set, and the New York Times bestselling memoir Testimony below.
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Brahms: The Boy II was lucky enough to open in theaters before the coronavirus pandemic shut them all down. But the horror sequel will find more of an audience at home now that it’s available on digital and is set to arrive on Blu-ray/DVD next week.
With the home video release just around the corner, we have an exclusive Brahms: The Boy II deleted scene to share with you, featuring Katie Holmes panicking about the strange experiences she’s had with the creepy doll called Brahms. Plus, for all you horror fans who like free stuff, we’re giving away several copies of Brahms: The Boy II on Blu-ray. All you have to do is follow the instructions below to enter. Read More »
Endings, Beginnings, the latest from Drake Doremus (Equals, Like Crazy), starring Shailene Woodley, Jamie Dornan, and Sebastian Stan, is now on digital – and we’re giving away three digital copies to you, dear readers. The film follows Woodley’s character over the course of a year as she becomes intertwined with two friends, played by Dornan and Stan.
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Since we’re still all going to be stuck in quarantine for at least a few more weeks, you might be looking for something else to occupy your time. If you’re an aspiring filmmaker looking to get a little creative, or you just want to try your hand at making a movie of your own, legendary B-movie producer Roger Corman has an opportunity for you.
Roger Corman, the man behind such cult favorites as Death Race 2000, Vincent Price’s The House of Usher, and the infamous adaptation of Marvel’s Fantastic Four from 1994, is putting together the Corman Quarantine Film Festival, and he wants homemade submissions from you with whatever resources you have from your home and backyard. Find out more about how you can participate below. Read More »
Martin Scorsese‘s next movie – maybe – is Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. And if you’d like to win yourself a walk-on role in the pic – and honestly, who wouldn’t – De Niro and DiCaprio have some news for you. The actors have launched Americas Food Fund to help with the All In Challenge, which raises tens of millions of dollars to feed those in need.
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Writer/director Eliza Hittman‘s new film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, won a special jury prize for neorealism at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and went on to win the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. But the coronavirus interrupted its theatrical release, causing Focus Features to rethink its strategy and ultimately make the film available through Video On Demand platforms.
Now we’re giving away five streaming codes for the movie so you can check it out for yourselves. Read on to get details about how to win. Read More »
Believe it or not, Tommy Boy is turning 25, which means if you saw when you were young – like me – you are now old. But if you’re my age, you remember Tommy Boy with fondness. Is it the smartest comedy ever made? Oh, lord no. But there’s something special about watching Chris Farley make a complete fool of himself while David Spade acts like a complete jerk. In honor of the film’s anniversary, we’re giving away one digital code, and one Blu-ray steelbook.
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In honor of Women’s History Month, Lionsgate has given us digital download codes for movies featuring some of the studio’s favorite leading ladies, and we’re passing them along to you. You could always use more things to watch during this time of self-isolation, right? Read on to find out how to win copies of Bombshell, Judy, The Hunger Games, A Simple Favor, and The Spy Who Dumped Me. Read More »
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Ana de Armas recently played a key role in Rian Johnson’s murder mystery Knives Out, but now she’s back in an entirely different type of part in a new murder mystery called The Night Clerk. We’re giving away two iTunes download codes for the film, which comes out this week and stars Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One, Dark Phoenix) as a hotel employee who gets tangled up in a bad situation. Check out the trailer and find out how to win below. Read More »
Martin Scorsese‘s Shutter Island comes to 4K this week, and we’re giving away three copies, because that’s how we roll. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Shutter Island is a gorgeous, gothic horror-melodrama following a U.S. Marshall (Leonardo DiCaprio) investigation the mysterious disappearance of an inmate of a secluded, island-bound insane asylum. It rules.
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