Thanks to our sponsors, we have some cool miniseries to giveaway! One lucky reader will win Eleventh Hour on DVD and another lucky reader will win The Last Panthers on Blu-ray!
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Eleventh Hour and The Last Panthers
About Eleventh Hour:
Patrick Stewart (X-Men films, Star Trek: The Next Generation) brings his commanding screen presence to the role of Ian Hood, special scientific troubleshooter for the British government. A brilliant professor with a taste for danger, Hood has the technical acumen, analytical skills, and passion for justice that make him the ideal expert to call in a crisis. Backed by his tough-minded, wisecracking bodyguard, Rachel Young (Ashley Jensen, Ugly Betty, Extras), Hood takes on rogue cloners, ruthless polluters, resurgent viruses, and other menaces at the frontiers of modern science.
Created by acclaimed sci-fi writer Stephen Gallagher (Doctor Who), Eleventh Hour delivers fascinating investigations and electrifying suspense.
About The Last Panthers:
A daring diamond heist in the south of France bears the hallmarks of the supposedly retired “Pink Panthers,” a gang famed for their bold daylight raids and movie-style getaways. It seems like the perfect crime—until a young girl is killed in their escape. This sets a British insurance-loss adjuster (Oscar nominee Samantha Morton, In America), a former MI-6 officer (Oscar nominee John Hurt, The Elephant Man), a French-Algerian cop (Tahar Rahim, Day of the Falcon), and a Serbian soldier-turned-thief (Goran Bogdan, Number 55) on a dangerous collision course across Europe. What starts with diamonds leads to guns, drugs, high finance, and corruption at the heights of power.
Shot in seven countries and five languages, this “thrilling reinvention of the heist drama” (The Independent, UK) was inspired by the real-life Pink Panthers, who terrorized Europe’s jewelers for a decade. Directed by Johan Renck (Breaking Bad), it features the theme music “Blackstar,” written and performed by David Bowie especially for the series.
how’s it possible that I’ve never heard of this?!