Win BLACK COAL,THIN ICE on DVD In Our Competition!





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To celebrate the release of Black Coal, Thin Ice, we’ve two copies to give away on DVD, courtesy of Studiocanal.

From the visionary mind of Yi’nan Diao (Night Train), comes a world-cinema treasure with plenty more than just a sharp edge. With powerful performances from protagonists Fan Liao (Chinese Zodiac, Assembly) and Lun Mei Gwei (Secret, Girlfriend Boyfriend), BLACK COAL, THIN ICE will leave you with chills.

Winner of the Golden Bear for Best Film and Silver Bear for Best Actor at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival and nominated at the Glasgow Film Festival 2015, this compelling detective story pays homage to the best in neo-noir filmmaking.

Zhang Zili wasn’t always a badly paid security guard. He was once one of the best detectives on the police force. That is until injuries sustained during an investigation into a gruesome and unsolved murder case forced him into early retirement. That was five years ago and the killings have started again. Determined to track down the killer, Zhang is drawn towards a mysterious woman seemingly connected to each victim. But he soon discovers nothing is what it appears to be. Will he be able to solve the case? Discover the truth in this ground-breaking and unforgettable crime thriller.

Black Coal, Thin Ice is out now on Digital Download and DVD 6th July 2015

https://youtu.be/kTc9bH2ByVg

For your chance to win BLACK COAL, THIN ICE on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite Asian movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Saturday 18th July 2015 and two 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
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 2 winners will eachwin 1x Black Coal, Thin Ice on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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71 Comments

  1. Battle Royale – brilliant premise, thrilling, intense and (occasionally) funny…and some great, gruesome deaths! A classic.

  2. Wow – vast category of films to pick from: Battle Royal, Hard Boiled, Red Cliff, The Ring, The Host! I could go on and on, but am going to pick Ju-On! 🙂

  3. The Killer, Chow Yun Fat at his most savage directed by John Woo and produced by Tsui Hark, need I say more.

  4. Bruce Lee – Enter The Dragon because it portrayed excellent martial art skills and was extremely entertaining!

  5. Battle Royale simply because I reckon it should be all that Big Brother should be…I might even watch it then 😉 Hunger Games is a very pale immitation of this wonderful movie.

  6. The Raid 2 – didn’t think it was possible to get better than the first one. How wrong was i! Insane action over two hours, the prison fight scene is one of the most dynamic scenes in cinema

  7. survive style 5+. not just my favourite asian movie but my favourite movie. it has literally everything. laughs, chills, action, romance, drama, emotion and vinnie jones. bonkers, fun and surprisingly affecting. cannot recommend it enough.

  8. I’ve always loved Enter the Dragon & Fists of Fury, but my favourite Asian movie, even though directed by Danny Boyle has to be Slumdog Millionaire.

  9. Kung Fu Hustle – 13 year old me, on holiday in the Philippines, had never been fully immersed into the world of Asian film.
    Going to the cinema with my cousins, we decided to go watch it with no preconceptions and the next 90 minutes were just an exhilarating whirlwind that took my breath away. I had never seen anything like it. I was finally introduced to the idiosyncrasy of Asian cinema and it blew my mind.
    Have never looked back since.

  10. I prefer animations, and my favorite is Spirited Away- it’s awe inspiring, love the animation style, effects, use of color tones. It’s magical.

  11. Old Boy – though I did see an amazing Thai film a few weeks back that I have forgotten the name of & *that* is bugging the hell out of me!

  12. My favourite Asian film was last years release ‘Dearest’. It deals with the really sensitive issue of child abduction in China. It is actually based on a real life case, about a divorced couple who search for 3 years to find their missing son, who was kidnapped by a migrant worker. It’s a fantastic film!

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