Monday, 14 October 2013

Giveaway #329 : Win 3 copies of After Earth on DVD - closed - winners Rob Griffiths, Kerry Black, Scott Holloway


Today saw the release on Blu-ray and DVD of AFTER EARTH. Starring Jaden Smith (The Karate Kid) and two-time Academy Award nominated Will Smith (2006, Best Actor, The Pursuit of Happyness; 2001, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Ali), this action-adventure follows Kitai Raige (Jaden Smith) and his father Cypher (Will Smith), as they set out on a routine mission that crash lands them on a hostile planet Earth. Now, 1,000 years after Earth has been quarantined, everything on the planet has evolved to kill humans. Unable to contact home, and forced to battle exotic creatures and dangerous terrains, Kitai and Cypher must fight together to survive.

Blu-ray and DVD Special Features:
“A Father’s Legacy” featurette – Will and Jaden Smith on and off screen
“1,000 Years in 300 Seconds” featurette – On Location with the Cast
“The Nature of the Future” featurette – A look at the landscapes and creatures of the film

Blu-ray Exclusives:
A Never-Before-Seen Version of the Film’s Opening Sequence
“Building a World” featurette – A glimpse into the creation of the After Earth universe
“Pre-Visualizing the Future” featurette – A next-generation approach to action sequences
“The Animatics of After Earth” featurette – Never-before-seen storyboards and animatics


for more information : www.facebook.com/AfterEarthMovie or hashtag #AfterEarth




AFTER EARTH has a run time of approximately 95 mins and is rated 12.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have kindly offered three copies of After Earth on DVD for lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. To be in with a chance of winning, enter your details in the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 28/10/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

185 comments:

  1. I don't get time to watch many films but always love watching Love Actually

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  2. I am a huge horror fan and watched 'I Spit On Your Grave' yesterday afternoon! It was fab - gruesome and just how I like them!

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  3. DVD review : Snowflake The White Gorilla - commented

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  4. really liked A haunted house it is so funny

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  5. I watched an old film recently, called flight. It was one of the best films I have ever seen!

    @OoserzoO

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  6. We watched Home Alone 3 for the first time last week - we enjoyed it although it wasn't as good as the first two!

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  7. War z was amazing

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  8. Enjoyed Sunshine on Leith last week

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  9. i actually enjoyed the smurfs 2 more than my son

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  10. World War Z - enjoyable rubbish!

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  11. Saw Turbo on my sons birthday last weekend! It wasn't bad for a kids film! Haven't seen After earth yet so would love to win!

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  12. Just seen Rush - an amazing film

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  13. I have Love Actually saved on my hard drive, perish the thought anyone should delete it! Love it, a really good cheesy film.

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  14. Flight with Denzel Washington....surprisingly good!

    Laura Harris

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  15. smurfs the movie it was very funny

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  16. I watched mighty joe young at the weekend and had a good cry

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  17. commented on Aldi's Spooktastic Halloween range review

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  18. Freak The Mighty - a truly awesome film

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  19. I watched Stigmata last week which I thought was good - part horror, part thriller.

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  20. Commented on 'Fabulous Crispello dessert ideas'.

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  21. 'About Time' is definitely the BEST film I've ever seen!!

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  22. Saw Rush not so long ago and really enjoyed it.

    @Gbear0382

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  23. Savages....great film

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  24. Last film I watched was a clint Eastwood western rerun but haven't a clue what it was called but I do enjoy a western now and then.

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  25. I went to see Rush last week at the cinema and it was amazing!

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  27. The last good film I watched was actually another Will Smith film, men in black 3.

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  28. I left a comment on Raclette with GreenVale Farm Fresh Potatoes

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  29. I watched Forrest Gump a few nights ago, thoroughly enjoyed it, such a classic!

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  30. Django.. hubby had it on.. rather gory, didn't like it.

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  31. The croods was very funny I took the grandchildren to see that and it is being released on DVD soon so I am buying it for christmas for my neice
    @bella97p

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  32. panic button, not usually the sort of thing i watch but i actually enjoyed it, kept me on the edge of my seat thats for sure

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  33. the great escape, you cant beat it

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  34. Untouchable is a film I saw in the cinema with my mum. The film was excellent, we almost forgot it was a foreign language film with subtitles. Though usually reading subtitles can be tiring or distracting from the film :- not in this case. Excellent film, story really interesting.

    Rachel Craig

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  35. tangled! @jennsbargains27

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  36. I saw the extended version of The Railway Children and loved it

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  37. Pam Francis Gregory16 October 2013 at 13:21

    I watched The Hobbit recently & thought it was pretty good, if a little over long.

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  38. Pam Francis Gregory16 October 2013 at 13:22

    I commented on DVD review : Hummingbird

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  39. recently watched "mama", not bad but definitely not suitable for kids!

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  40. Closer with julia Roberts and hated it

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  41. Despicable me 2 with the kids, great!

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  42. Pamela says American Reunion

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  43. I re-watched the original 12 Angry Men recently - brilliant film.

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  44. Clash of the Titans

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  45. I dragged out an old favourite and loved it - Yanks! classic rom com x

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  46. con air-loved it

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  47. I commented on http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/Hairy-Bikers-Layered-Hungarian-Casserole-review.html?showComment=1381961755754#c2935934761459921083

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  48. The Lone Ranger and absolutely loved it :)

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  49. Skyfall! Quality!

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  50. Django unchained, shocking but amazing

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  51. The new Star Trek film, it was fab!

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  52. Fast & the Furious 6, I think my other half was a tad annoyed with my running commentary about how there would never be that little traffic on the streets of London!

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  53. As Cool as Iam - excellent coming-of-age film

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  54. The original Fright Night - love it in a totally rubbish way!

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  55. We saw About Time at the cinema and loved it. All the charm you would expect from a Richard Curtis film and Bill Nighy was his usual fabulous self :)

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  56. went to see the Riddick film recently and I was not impressed!

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  57. The Final Destination :)

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  58. wreck it ralph loved it and will watch it over and over again

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  59. Django Unchained was brilliant!

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  60. Les Miserables and I loved it!

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  61. Pulp fiction

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  62. Iron Man 3 was last film I watched which had lots of action and recommend (Kim Neville)

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  63. KFZ Kentucky Fried Zombies -- a bargain at £1 from Poundland.

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  64. Movie 43 - Cringworthingly laughable

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  65. I watched I Am Legend the other week (again!)

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  66. The Heat with Sandra Bullock - Great movie, very funny

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  67. Jack Reacher - It was quite good, I enjoyed it.

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  68. Commented on Sabbiarelli Sand Art Kit review

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  69. watched Mosters University but have to say preferred 1st one

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  70. Watched Taken 2 and it was OK for a laugh, good cheesy action movie. @mintcakefrog

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  71. Absolutely LOVED Behind the Candlabra
    missnatalielara@hotmail.co.uk

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  72. Jack Reacher :- likaed the film but Tom Cruise playing a guy who everyone who read the books knows is 6ft 4in weighs around 200lbs and is blond !?!?!?!

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  73. Last night I watched the remake of the Wicker Man (Nicholas Cage) and it was not a patch on the original. I did not hate it but I would never bother to watch it again.

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  74. watched the last exorcism 2 yesterday - ok but not brilliant

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  75. Recently watched Flight - really made me think about things and morals

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  76. I saw Turbo this week and loved it :)

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  77. I watched The Dyatlov Pass and really enjoyed it.

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  78. Yesterday I saw 'One Chance' with James Cordon and loved it.What Paul Potts went through was to where he is now is amazing.

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  79. The last film we watched was Man Of Steel, loved it and Henry Cavill....... well COR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  80. I'm in the middle of watching Planet 51 as I type this. I'm smiling but my boys are laughing

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  81. Enjoyed Sunshine on Leith

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  82. Tom and Jerry meet Sherlock Holmes (loved it)

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  83. Recently I've been following Love/Hate series...love it!

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  84. Years ago watched the Bridges of Madison County my friend and I cried so much we went through a full box of tissues.

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  85. Star Trek Into darkness did not enjoy this film

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  86. Jack and The Giant Slayer - very good

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  87. Twister and loved it as usual. But nervous with impending high winds here in UK.....

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  88. I watched Epic and was suprisingly impressed with it :D

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  89. paranormal activity BOO!! happy Halloween

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  90. debbie creasey commented above ooops

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  91. I watched oblivion recently....and I did quite enjoy it even though it was a little long! Absolutely cannot wait to watch Captain Phillips though, Tom Hanks must be one of the best actors of a (couple of) generation!

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  92. Shaun of the Dead

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  93. World War Z - enjoyable rubbish

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  94. Just seen Bad Grandpa - hilarious.

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  95. The Shining love this old film

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  96. Pretty In Pink - no matter how many times it is on i still cant go to bed until its finished!

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  97. One Chance - what a roller coaster journey

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  98. I am really enjoying the Iron Man movies again

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  99. My kids will only let me watch what they want to watch but I do like watching disney Wreck it Ralph x

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    Bad teacher was funny

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  101. we're the millers was really good

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  102. I watched an old film with Jude Law recently in high hope as I like him a lot and it was a real let down!

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  103. Olympus Has Fallen - what an excellent action packed film!!

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  104. Quite enjoyed The World's End with Simon Pegg

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  105. I saw Rush recently and it was awesome, really good movie.

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  106. Avengers Assemble - loved it !!

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  107. Can't remember the last film I watched it was so long ago. Really want to watch Summer in February.

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  108. Loving Star Trek Into Darkness!! :)

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  109. Its got to be the chick flick PRETTY WOMAN my favourite. xx

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  110. Christina Jarrett28 October 2013 at 00:40

    Wall.e! I love that film! :) x

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  111. Pain and Gain. It was very funny :-)

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  112. DJANGO---yesterday, loved it great film

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  113. Watched Turbo. It was ok but nothing special. These formulaic cartoons are getting a little wearisome.

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  115. I recently watched Jack Reacher, and despite thinking I really wouldn't like it, as I am a huge fan of the books, and in my opinion Tom Cruise is no Jack Reacher, I did actually quite enjoy it x

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  116. Recently watched 'The Count of Monte Cristo' , one of my fave movies of all time :D

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  117. Last film I watched was Despicable Me 2 with the kids, not too bad :-)

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  118. Django Unchained - absolutely amazing!

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  119. My best friend came over for her birthday chinese night that we have and we watched sleeping with the enemy as shed never seen it before - brilliant film .

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  120. Monsters inc university laughed until I wept a brilliant family film

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  121. I watched A Song for Marion last night & it made me laugh out loud & sob my heart out. A truly wonderful film.

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  122. Watched the Shinning again this weekend , Classic!

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  123. I commented on http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/happy-kale-chips-review.html

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  124. Hotel Transylvania!!! Fantastic gun!

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  125. I went to watch Turbo today with the little one. I loved it!

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  126. Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters. Loved it!

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  127. Les Miserables was the last film I saw at the cinema, and I really loved it!

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  128. Kindergarten cop- very funny

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  129. VeridianStorm@aol.com28 October 2013 at 23:05

    Man Of Steel... pretty good, but a little over hyped

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  130. I don't ever get bored with bicentennial man, and cry buckets every single time I watch it!

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