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Monday, February 04, 2013

Darkmatters - Win End of Watch on Blu-ray

Win a copy of the excellent END OF WATCH on Blu-ray!!

To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of End of Watch, Darkmatters have 3 lovely shiny Blu-rays of the film to give to you...

"Hey I heard that Darkmatters were giving away our Blu-ray!"

In case you've not seen the film yet... Matt Adcock fills you in:

Lock and load for David ‘Street Kings and Harsh Times’ Ayer's powerful found-footage cop-drama-em-up. End of Watch is an awesomely kinetic free flowing tale of two likeable cops who get marked for death when they inadvertently tick off a powerful / evil drug cartel who have started operating on their L.A. beat.

End of Watch made our Darkmatters Top 10 Films of 2012

How do you win?

In order to be in with the chance to win a copy of End of Watch on Blu-ray - simply email Darkmatters@Another.com with your name, age and cop nickname e.g. Matt, 41, ClericCop

This competition is open to UK resisdents only - winners will be notified week before release (hits the UK on the 18th March).

"I wanna win a copy on Blu-ray!"

Blu-Ray Review...

This is the definative Cop Movie - if you're a fan of gritty cop thriller then End of Watch is the new gold standard!!

Gyllenhal and Peña are absolutely fantastic in the lead roles - creating a believable and likeable police buddy partnership – it feels all the more authentic due to the two having spent time with actual LAPD officers.

Love interests are on hand in the form of Anna Kendrick and Natalie Martinez, who give the film an even stronger emotional core. Viewing End of Watch is like hanging out with two best pals whose friendship is forged in the heat of battle and constant threat of danger into a strong genuine bond.

The obligatory bad guys are a small army of tattooed scumbag foot soldiers led by Big Evil (Maurice Compte) – playing against type as he was a Police Officer in the TV Cop drama Southland. The fact that the baddies have cameras as well allows for an awesome ambush scene shot from both viewpoints.

If you get this disc - be sure to check the cool Audio Commentary, where writer / director David Ayer talks through his choices of production, cast and the unique camerawork style.

There are also some featurettes where cast and crew members discussing the script, characters, production and the rigorous training and some  deleted scenes...

Grim, funny and altogether exciting, be careful out there and be sure to check End of Watch!

Out of a potential 5 you have to go with a Darkmatters:

ööööö – Best cop thriller for a long time!

Buy it here: www.amazon.co.uk

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