I have a 2-for-1 today. First thing, Memorex is running a contest where the winner will win a walk-on role in a 2016 production by The Asylum (the creators of Sharknado and Z Nation), a 55” 4K UHDTV, an invitation to audition for a speaking role and a screenwriter pitch meeting with The Asylum producers. Sounds sweet, right? Especially if you want to break into Hollywood. Second thing, I’m giving away a Memorex tablet on my dad blog. It’s powered by Android…the tablet, not my blog. I already own a couple of tablets, but as far as I’m concerned, you can’t have too may tablets. Continue reading to find out more information about Memorex Lives! contest and my tablet giveaway.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me American Horror Story: Asylum for review on my movie blog. The second season of American Horror Story, like the first season, is excellent. If you have not seen the FX series, you should. The cable show is essentially a drama in a horror setting. You don’t need to see season one to watch the second season of American Horror Story. It has a completely different story, characters, and location. As far as I can tell, the seasons are not related. American Horror Story: Asylum is available now on DVD and Blu-ray.
A bunch of new Blu-ray and DVD movies this week. New titles include American Horror Story: Asylum (Jessica Lange), The Hangover Part III (Bradley Cooper), After Earth (Will Smith, Jaden Smith), Marvels Avengers Assemble-Assembly Required (animated), Europa Report, Much Ado About Nothing (Nathan Fillion), and The Purge (Ethan Hawke). Read on for a summary of the new DVD releases.