Movie Roundup: Haunting in Connecticut 2, Dragon, Django Unchained, A Monster in Paris 3D
We've got some great movies in this week's roundup, for all kinds of viewers. If you love cult classics, fresh takes on established genres, or just a fun movie to relax and watch you can purchase all the new releases on Play-Asia.com.
Prepare for terror! Ghosts of Georgia is a psychological thriller following a Georgian family being followed by mysterious phenomena - but the whole family can't experience them. Following the families descent into centuries old Southern horror the terrifying truth about a sick desire comes to light. The script was written by David Coggeshall and was directed by Tom Elkins.
|The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia [Blu-ray+UV Digital Copy]||US||US$ 24.90|
Dragon is an action movie at heart, filled with typical martial arts fight scenes that you would expect - but with much more to the story. The best description of the story is Sherlock Holmes meets Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. The movie follows small-village paper maker Liu Jin-xi as he and 1917 rural China detective Xu Bai-ju unravel the mystery of an attack on Liu's life. Filled with wide cinematic shots, it could almost be compared to a graphic novel in it's imagery, director Peter Chan has created a story that takes the martial arts genre to a new level of storytelling.
Director Quentin Tarantino brings the world another cinematic masterpiece in Django Unchained. Set as a western film you'll be on the edge of your seat from start to finish. The all-star cast brings Tarantino's chracters to life, with Jamie Foxx as Django and Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Schultz, between the adreneline filled shoot-outs you'll be laughing at the witty bannter all throughout. With an average rating of 89% on Rotten Tomato it is a must-have for any movie fans collection.
|Django Unchained [Blu-ray+DVD+UV Digital Copy]||US||US$ 39.99|
A Monster in Paris is a french-made animated film (don't worry it is in English) that fits the description of 'fun for the whole family'. The story comes down to an unlikely pair who hunt down a monster terrorizing their beloved city of Paris. With superb animation, and quite a few songs - that don't break up the story like we are used to seeing, a la Disney - it was no wonder this movie was a critical success.
|A Monster in Paris 3D||US||US$ 24.90|
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