Released on March 31st, Richard Kelly's Southland Tales is a very interesting, cool, cult curio, and if you haven't managed to pick yourself up a copy yet, we have three copies of the DVD to giveaway here on eatmybrains, courtesy of Universal.
Although a bit of a sprawling mess, Southland Tales is actually a shining gem of independent cinematic vision and will not disappoint any fans of Donnie Darko. Richard Kelly returns to his favourite themes of the oncoming apocalypse, time loops and split personalities, whilst adding in a large dash of comedy, sci-fi, action and musical numbers (Timberlake's miming to The Killers is a killer scene!)
To stand a chance of winning a copy, simply email us at email@example.com with the words SOUTHLAND TALES in the subject line. Please also include your name and address in the email.
The competition will close on April 12th, and we will publish the winner's names on the site the following day. Unfortunately, we can only accept entries from people aged 15 or over who live in the UK or Ireland.
Los Angeles, 2008: The city stands on the brink of social, economic and environmental disaster. SOUTHLAND TALES is an epic story narrated by Iraq veteran Private Pilot Abilene (Justin Timberlake) and is set over the course of three days centered in Los Angeles that culminate in an apocalyptic 4th July climax.
Together with Abilene (Timberlake), the large ensemble cast of characters includes Boxer Santaros (Dwayne Johnson), an action star stricken with amnesia, Krysta Now (Sarah Michelle Gellar), an adult film star developing her own reality television project, and Roland Taverner (Seann William Scott), a Hermosa Beach police officer who holds the key to a vast conspiracy.
The DVD contains the full 145 minute feature as well as a 30 minute making of featurette called USIdent TV – Survielling the Southland.
29th Jul 05 Junk looks like a homage to the older zombie films we know and love. It really doesn’t bring anything new to the table, but that’s ok. Made on what looks like a very low budget, the makers have...