I have a spooky giveaway today. Thanks to Universal Studios Home Entertainment, I’m giving away ten Monster High: Electrified DVD/Blu-ray on my dad blog. Scaretastic! Monster High: Electrified will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 28th. Continue reading to find out how to win the latest Monster High release. Note: the contest is limited to readers in Oregon and Washington.
Sing isn’t in stores yet, but we’re already seen the Blu-ray twice. We love the animated musical comedy. The film kinda of reminds me of American Idol, but better. The story is interesting and the singing is outstanding (you’ll want to sing along!). In my opinion, Sing is fun for the entire family. As an added bonus, the Special Edition Blu-ray and DVD include three mini-movies (my favorite is Gunter Babysits). And thanks to Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Illumination Entertainment, a reader of my dad blog will win a Sing Blu-ray. Sing-tastic! Sing will be available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on March 21st.
Sing is coming out on Blu-ray and DVD next week. I have not seen the animated film yet, but my kids can’t wait to see the movie. To help celebrate the new release, five readers of my blog will each win a prize pack consisting of a Sing DVD/Blu-ray and promotional swag. Awesome, right! Sing (Illumination Entertainment and Universal Studios Home Entertainment) will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 21st. Note: the giveaway is limited to readers in Oregon and Washington. I have another Sing giveaway for the rest of you in a few days.
Shout! Factory released Country Crush today. It’s a musical featuring country music. The movie is about about an aspiring singer (Nancy) who meets a country mechanic (Charlie). Even though Nancy has a boyfriend, Nancy and Charlie are drawn together. But then Nancy’s career gets in the way and the two struggle to stay together. The city-girl meets country-boy storyline is predictable, but you can’t help but root for them. And the music is awesome and I’m not even a country fan. Country Crush is available exclusively at Walmart. Thanks to Shout! Factory, I’m giving away the Country Crush DVD on my dad blog.
The kids and I watched Moana over the weekend. It was my youngest son’s birthday so we made a party out of it. He didn’t want a Polynesian theme party. Instead, he insisted on dinosaurs. He’s into that right now, so we had a dino-theme Moana birthday party. I know that’s a weird combo, but it’s really hard to argue with the birthday boy. Plus we had a really fun time. The little guy laughed a lot during the animated film — especially the scenes with Heihei the chicken. If you have not seen Moana yet, you should. We highly recommend the movie. It’s a fun flick for the entire family. Moana is available now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Note: I received a movie kit from Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (WDSMP) for reviewing Moana on my dad blog. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.
Shout! Factory, Odin’s Eye Entertainment (OEE), and Riki Group have teamed up on a new movie titled Kikoriki: Legend of the Golden Dragon. The animated film is available in North America for the first time on DVD today. Beloved around the world, and known to U.S. audiences from the GoGoRiki TV series that aired on the CW, the Kikoriki crew are now starring in their own movie. It’s perfect for Easter baskets because the DVD comes with an Easter egg decorating kit for lots of fun with the kids. And thanks to Shout! Factory, I’m giving away two copies of the Kikoriki: Legend of the Golden Dragon DVD on my dad blog.
Two of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows have returned to DVD as gift sets: Blaze and The Monster Machines: Blaze of Glory, and PAW Patrol. The Blaze and The Monster Machines gift set includes a DVD of the Blaze mini-movie and a bonus episode, plus a resized Blaze Mighty Monster Machines book. The PAW Patrol gift set includes a DVD with five episodes and a PAW Patrol Itty Bitty Kitty book. Thanks to Nickelodeon and Paramount, I’m giving away both gift sets on my dad blog.
HBO recently released season one of Vice Principals on Blu-ray and DVD. The cable TV show is about two school vice principals scheming to get rid of the new principal. Both VP’s think they should be the principal. The story isn’t very realistic (especially the profanity at school), but the series is funny. If you’re looking for a new series to binge watch, you should definitely check out Vice Principals: The Complete First Season.
It’s the Beasts of February on the COMET network. Full moons can be frightening and this month on COMET TV there are enough beasties to send a shiver down your spine and make you smile at the same time. Whether you love the 1980’s classics Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too or prefer your beasts a little more out of this world with Species and Strange Invaders, COMET TV has you covered. And thanks to COMET, I’m giving away a beast pack on my dad blog. The prize pack consists of two COMET TV Pint Glasses, a Heart Splatter Toy, Fire Ants Hard Candy, Oozing Candy Eye Balls, and Gummie Tarantulas. BTW, COMET is available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com.
I have a funtastic giveaway today. Shout! Kids and Hasbro Studios are releasing three DVDs this month: My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic: Exploring the Crystal Empire, Littlest Pet Shop: Pet Stars, and Transformers Rescue Bots: Protect and Explore. To help promote the new titles, I’m giving away all three DVDs on my dad blog. Awesome, right? Continue reading to find out how to win the three DVDs on my blog.