Well, we've made it to one year old. Happy Birthday eatmybrains! And to celebrate, we've got three copies of the latest Tartan Asian Extreme DVD to give away - Save The Green Planet.
Following on from other recent great Korean movies such as Sympathy for Mr Vengeance and Olboy, Save The Green Planet is a wacked-out Krazy goofball comedy that mixes in a blend of kidnap drama, sci-fi, Extreme Cinema and Jung-Fu.
Byung-gu kidnaps the 45 year old chairman of Yuje Chemicals with his girlfriend Sooni, and together they set about torturing him to get him to reveal that he is in fact not a man, but an alien from Andromeda on the brink of invading Earth. We loved this film (check out our review here), and highly recommend it, so what are you waiting for?
Features on this two-disc set include:
* Anamorphic Widescreen
* Korean DD2.0, DD5.1 & DTS 5.1 Surround
* English subtitles
* Director's Commentary
* Theatrical Trailer
* 8 Part Behind-the-scenes documentary (approx. 106mins)
* Interviews (approx. 60mins)
* Deleted Scenes (approx. 14mins)
* The Lazy Mirror - A short film by Jeong Jun-Hwan (approx. 3mins)
* DVD notes by SFX’s Jayne Dearsley
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