Have you entered our YouTube Channel Launch Competition yet?!
We’re giving away an awesome Collectibles Hamper to the video submission with the most likes!
Entry is so simple:
1. Make a video showing off your collection! (Max 2/3 minutes – and NO, you do NOT have to be seen in the video… your voice will do NICELY!)
2. Submit that video to us via two methods:
– Dropbox (share with email@example.com)
– WhatsApp Chat (0824786346)
3. Wait for us to review your submission and upload it and share the link with you so can tell ALL your friends to subscribe and like and share your video so you have the best chance to WIN!
Rules are simple:
– No bad language or inappropriate behavior as the competition is open to collectors of ALL AGES.
– Keep videos to 3 mins max if possible. Should your collection be huge, we will understand and accept a longer submission.
– Please speak clearly as possible, mentioning your name and tell us a little about your collection. Don’t be shy!
– Have fun!
Closing date: We are extending the closing date by popular request to 20 February 2018. All videos will be published after the last submission is made to give everyone an equal chance at winning!
Check out the launch video below as well as Zaid, from ZHM Entertainment showing you a quick example of a video submission!
Batman V Superman, the mother of all match ups finally did its Superhero landing this past Friday. And what a landing!
The movie seems to be critically panned by most yet is set to make mega moola.
So how did it really fare?
*super minor spoilers ahead*
Firstly the darkness of the movie was a breath of fresh air compared to all the humour we get from Marvel (don’t get me wrong I love the Stark/Banner Banter but too much one thing can be detrimental fro ones health ) but I also feel that they drenched it in darkness when a good soak was all that was needed. A little more humour would have balance it more.
The movie did feel cluttered at times but with Snyder having to manages 3 heroes and world/franchise building I can let that slide which is more poor editing than bad direction. But like I said before the shared universe has that effect and it’s a symptom we will have to live with if we want this multi-verse to continue.There were some obvious plot holes that may be done on purpose and this shall only reveal itself in future instalments or could be just poor story telling.
The film is well cast ( more on that later) and for the most part well directed. There are some camera angles that seem less that courteous to the scene at times. Visually it is stunning, but with such a long development period I would expected nothing short of spectacular. The score felt right and my favourite was that of Wonder Woman in the final act.
Moving on to the cast, Batfleck seems to have nailed the Dark Knight but falls a little short on Bruce Wayne as there are times when it feels they are the same character and it shouldn’t, but time will heal that wound and IMO he has earned his seat as a worthy successor to Bale. His relationship with Alfred is captured beautifully and a key moment was him making old Al a cup of coffee. A scene that clearly defined there relationship is more than what appears on the surface.
Cavill seems to be settling into his role well and his second outing is an improvement, even his physique is larger. His romance with Lois felt a little fast tracked but again nothing one cant get past to enjoy the film. Ms Lane’s character is served well as one can but visually she looks a bit old for Clark but who am I to judge what Supe’s into these days.
Wonder Woman is a scene stealer in the best sense, her beauty, her strength and charisma shines through and will surely cement success in her solo outing. The only negative is that we never have enough of her.
Lex I must admit shattered all my fears of Eisenberg playing the role. His malice is unmatched (until a certain new green haired freak makes his début ) and his genius is on point. While others may say his eccentric was over the top, I applaud it and felt it was what would be in his youth in this time. He is so full of himself as only a Luther can be.
Snapping back to the film itself, I felt it delivered, adapting key Batman and Superman stories write out of comic book history and blending them together to create a cohesive story. So yes the movie is flawed is some ways but it certainly didn’t deserve the global panning which will probably hurt its box office returns.
This movie isn’t made to win over critics, it isn’t made to collect Oscars, it was made for the fans. It was made as fun popcorn blockbuster that brings together the holy trinity. And in that regards it succeeds.
All in all it is a solid entry into DC’s cinematic universe and even warrants a second viewing.
The legendary Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi is one of the most memorable and crucial characters in the Star Wars saga. As the mentor of Anakin and Luke Skywalker to train them in ways of the Force, Obi-Wan has played a significant role in shaping the fate of the entire galaxy. Following the official introduction of Darth Vader Collectible Figure, the “circle is now complete” as Hot Toys is proud to present today the Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope 1/6th scale Obi-Wan Collectible Figure!
The movie-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Sir Alec Guinness as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the film featuring a newly developed head sculpt, specially sculpted hands, finely tailored Jedi costume, LED-lighted lightsaber, and figure stand.
This “is” the legendary Jedi Master you are looking for!
Release date: Q3 – Q4, 2015
R500 Deposit secures the figure at a Special Pre-Order Price. Affordable repayment plan available. email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
The release of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron is coming closer and closer! Fans are all pumped to see the Earth’s mightiest heroes assembling again to save the world from the menacing artificial intelligence Ultron! Following the reveal of Black Widow, Hot Toys is thrilled to present the widely-anticipated 1/6th scale Hawkeye Collectible Figure!
The movie-accurate Hawkeye Collectible Figure is specially crafted based on the image of Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring a newly developed head sculpt, new outfit, improved articulations for action poses, freshly designed bow and arrows, and a specially designed figure stand.
Expand your Avengers: Age of Ultron collection with this extraordinary marksman!
R500 deposit secures the figure at the special Pre-Order Price. Affordable monthly repayments offered.
The movie-accurate Mark XLIII Collectible Figure is highly detailed and specially crafted based on the image of Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark/Mark XLIII in Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring a newly painted Tony Stark helmeted head sculpt, metallic red, gold and silver armor with weathered effects, LED light-up functions, and a specially designed diorama base with a damaged Ultron Mark I. A special edition will be available for selected markets which includes a LED lighted battle damaged helmet as bonus accessory.Pre-order this amazing collectible figure to kick-off your Avengers: Age of Ultron collection!Description Source: Hot Toys HK
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