Preorder DVD releases to guarantee your copy
If you need to fill out your DVD collection a little bit you will be able to get your hands on loads of great new DVD releases in the next couple of months, as there are some fantastic films coming up. Whether you saw them at the cinema and have since been hankering after your own copy of them, or you have only just read the synopsis online and are now interested, you can preorder your own copy online right now.
2012 has been a great year for cinema so you should get yourself online now to find out all about the new releases coming up. You will be able to buy many of these great films in both DVD and blu ray formats, so if you are lucky enough to have a high end entertainment system at home you can get everything you need to set it up for a great night in of film watching.
One of the best films of late 2011 was War Horse, which was directed by the great Steven Spielberg. It was incredibly well received and is set to be released on blu ray and DVD on 7th May 2012, and with people everywhere eager to get their hands on a copy you would be best to preorder yours. The film follows the changing life of a horse called Joey in 1912. He's raised on a Devonshire farm as a work horse, but when the First World War hits he's sold in support of the war effort, and for the high price he's worth. The film is heart-warming and is ideal for both children and adults, so the whole family can sit down to enjoy it.
Another 2011 film that was a huge hit in the UK is The Artist, which is a French drama/comedy that's shot as a silent black and white film, making it a big change from the adrenaline fuelled action movies most of us are used to. Telling the story of the intertwined lives of silent film actor George Valentin and movie extra Peppy Miller in 1920s Hollywood, the film won the hearts of the entire UK, as well as numerous awards, and is available on 28th May 2012.
In complete juxtaposition to The Artist, the 2012 film Man on a Ledge is also out this year on 11th June 2012. The thriller film grips you from start to finish and has more than a few twists, turns and shock tactics to keep you watching.