WIN 1 of 3 Riese Kingdom Falling DVDs! *Competition Closed*

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Sci-Fi fans rejoice! We’ve got a chance for you to get your hands on the just released DVD of the award winning Sci-Fi online series, Riese Kingdom Falling.


Riese Kingdom Falling follows a reluctant heroine and her wolf as they travel through a collapsing world. On her journey she will piece together her past and emerge as the sole beacon of hope. Winner of Best Cinematography from the International Academy of Web Television and narrated by Amanda Tapping (Sanctuary), the series stars a talented line-up from popular series such as Stargate Universe, Smallville and Harper’s Island.

Beyond Home Entertainment is giving 3 lucky Space Meat readers the chance to win the Riese Kingdom Falling series DVD.

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4. Closes at 10PM on 30/09/2011

Review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

In 1981 we were all introduced to archaeologist and hero Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Last Ark. Unless of course you lived in Czechoslovakia or Hungary – they didn’t see the film until 1985; a year after the sequel Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was released everywhere else.The Temple of Doom was not released in Czechoslovakia or Hungary at all.Then in 1992 Czechoslovakia finally saw the release of the third film, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade – three years after its release everywhere else in the world, except once again Hungary missed out. This is a shame, because Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was arguably the best film in the series. This was largely thanks to the wonderful mix of a grand quest to find the holy grail that was combined with the troubled relationship Indiana had with his father, played by Sean Connery.But the wait Czechoslovakia went through is nothing compared with the development of the fourth film in the series: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. After numerous scripts, going sixty million dollars over budget and wondering whether Harrison Ford would return to play the title role, at last in the year 2008 we see the results of film that’s been in the works since the early 90s. Pity it sucks.

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