Exclusive Clip From THE LOFT Plus Win a Copy on Blu-Ray In Our Competition!





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Misogyny comes home to roost for five high-flying Lotharios in THE LOFT, released on digital platforms from June 8th, 2015 and on DVD from June 15th 2015 courtesy of Signature Entertainment, and we’ve got three copies on Blu-Ray to give away!

Taking its cues from director Erik Van Looy’s own Belgian thriller of the same name, THE LOFT sees five married friends embark on a decision to rent their very own loft apartment for exclusive use as a home for their extra-marital affairs. However, when a mystery blonde woman is found dead at the apartment, their private world comes crashing around them as everyone becomes a suspect.

Starring Karl Urban (Dredd, Star Trek Into Darkness), James Marsden (the X-Men franchise, Enchanted), Wentworth Miller (Stoker, TV’s The Flash),  Eric Stonestreet (TV’s Modern Family, TV’s American Horror Story), and Matthias Schoenarts (The Drop, Suite Francaise), THE LOFT offers thriller fans slick, sexy thrill after thrill as much as it issues a stark warning to straying men everywhere…

Take a look at our exclusive clip below!

For your chance to win an THE LOFT on Blu-Ray, simply comment below telling us your favourite Karl Urban character and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Saturday 13th June 2015 and three valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

T&C’s
• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 3 winners will each win 1x The Loft on Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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75 Comments

  1. Has to be the moment he brought back of my favourite comic bool characters ‘DREDD’ in Judge Dredd

  2. ‘Bones’ in Star Trek because it was such a huge risk for him to step into the shoes of a much loved character and successfully pull it off…shows he has real guts.

  3. Karl Urban nails Judge Dredd in the Dredd movies as far as I’m concerned. Even the chin is pretty good! That’s a film that could do with a sequel.

  4. Definitely Elmer in The Lord of the Rings trilogy – such a hero. ( Although I also liked him as John Kennex in the TV series Almost Human.)

  5. I loved him as Kennex in Almost Human and for the life of me I have NO IDEA why they cancelled that show both the show and Urban ere just brilliant……. stupid TV networks!

  6. Love Karl Urban – I have quite a few of his films on DVD. But he makes me laugh as Munder in Ghost Ship. 🙂

  7. Judge Dredd because being a huge Dredd fan it was great to finally get a movie in which the character was justified here is hoping for a sequel.

  8. Bones in Star Trek because he was very well casted in this role being similar in looks and character too DeForest Kelly

  9. It has to be Vaako in Chronicles Of Riddick – I know it’s not a masterpiece but I love that film and can watch it over and over again

  10. His appearances as Vaako in the Riddick films, entertaining, full of action and great to return to on a Saturday night!

  11. His Judge Dredd was so much better than Sylvester Stallone’s pathetic version! Karl Urban truly brought the brilliant comic book character to the big screen.

  12. Detective John Kennex in Almost Human. The character is really complex and troubled and he goes through many experiences and life traumas that leave him struggling to comprehend the world he is living in!

  13. Bones in Star Trek as he really reminds you of the original character without doing an obvious impression of him.

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