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8306792-11 The Stanford Prison Experiment UK DVD Retail Sleeve_3PA

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Posted on 30 June 2016 by Chris Ford

THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT is based on the notorious 1971 psychological study by Stanford University professor Dr Philip Zimbardo, who consulted closely on the making of the film. Billy Crudup (Spotlight, Watchmen) stars as the professor who cast 24 student volunteers as prisoners and guards in a simulated jail to examine the source of abusive behaviour in the prison system. The results astonished the world, as participants went from middle-class undergrads to drunk-with-power sadists and submissive victims in just a few short days.

8306792-11 The Stanford Prison Experiment UK DVD Retail Sleeve_3PA

Featuring a stunning ensemble cast including outstanding performances from Ezra Miller (We Need To Talk About Kevin, The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Tye Sheridan (Mud, Dark Places) and Olivia Thirlby (Juno, No Strings Attached), THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT was the winner of two awards at the Sundance Film Festival, including Best Screenplay.

This chilling, edge-of-your-seat thriller is released in cinemas on 10th June, on Digital Download from 13th June and on Blu-ray™ and DVD from 27th June and we three copies of the DVD to give away to lucky readers.


Simply email me with the subject ‘THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT’  to enterthecomp@gmail.com     by the 8th July when three winners will be selected at random.

Good luck!





The Top 10 Tube faux pas & Win Russell Kane Tickets!

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The Top 10 Tube faux pas & Win Russell Kane Tickets!

Posted on 25 September 2014 by Chris Ford

Those humorous little moments on the Tube that only us reserved Brits would worry about have been put under the microscope in a new survey – with the help ofcomedian Russell Kane.
Something as seemingly innocent as ‘making accidental eye contact’ with a fellow passenger has been judged by the public as perhaps the most dreaded faux pas of all, and far worse even than something physical like falling asleep on someone’s shoulder!
The findings are from a poll by filtered water experts BRITA, who are mounting a public information campaign called Travel Smart, reminding passengers to stay hydrated on the Tube this summer.
BRITA’s research of 2,000 regular Tube users, carried out by OnePoll, found that more than two thirds of passengers commit the very real ‘faux pas’ of failing to carry a hydrating drink in hotter weather, despite the regular announcements made on the Underground urging them to do so.

In order to delve further into the other ‘faux pas’ of Tube travel, BRITA enlisted the aid of comic and TV star Russell Kane, who is well-known for incorporating observations on Tube travel into his act – embodied in his smash-hit Smallness show.
Russell said, “The Underground is a metal ‘Test Tube’ filled with the essence of British Reserve. We are trapped for at least the duration of a ‘stop’ in the close scrutiny of our fellow passengers – so any small faux pas we make has the potential to be magnified into a dreadful embarrassment.”
“After 60 long seconds pressed up against a total stranger, even such an innocuous thing as making accidental eye contact can feel like a proposal of marriage!”
The results of the poll explain the practiced ‘Underground Stare’ into the middle distance perfected by regular Tube users, and unwanted looks also figure in the second most practiced faux pas admitted by passengers: the prolific and dreaded ‘getting caught reading someone’s newspaper over their shoulder’!
Number three demands a bit of space! It’s when you make the dramatic leap through the doors in a desperate bid to make the train – and then have to stand or sit feeling foolish for a minute before the doors finally close. In those circumstances, the faux pas-averse really do ‘mind’ the doors!


The Top 10 Tube faux pas
1. Making awkward eye contact
2. Getting caught reading a newspaper or a mobile phone over someone’s shoulder
3. Making a dramatic leap through the doors – only to find they weren’t
about to close
4. Not hanging on and falling over when the train moves
5. Waving at someone they thought they knew, but didn’t!
6. Spilling a drink over themselves or the person next to them
7. Falling asleep on a stranger’s shoulder
8. Passing wind
9. Eating smelly food
10. Accidently singing with their headphones on

Russell Kane will be delivering extracts from his Smallness tour and BRITA’s Travel Smart campaign at a private gig. The gig will be held on Monday, 29th September at the 100 Club, London

We have the fantastic prize of two tickets including a meet and greet with Russell after the show!

to win the tickets just email us at enterthecomp@gmail.com telling me the name of Russells new tour

Terms :
A winner will be picked at random on Friday 26th PM
The winner will be notified on the Friday, if they fail to make contact by Monday 29th 9am the tickets will be reallocated. The decision of Gentlemen’s Goods in all cases in final.

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Top Ten Arnold Schwarzenegger Films

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Top Ten Arnold Schwarzenegger Films

Posted on 18 September 2014 by Chris Ford

Arnold Schwarzenegger Actor, body builder and errm Mayor the man seems to be able to do anything he sets his mind to, here in honour of the release of his latest film Sabotage on DVD and Blu-Ray I list my top ten Arnie movies

Conan the Barbarian (1982)
Having previously been a bodybuilder (an occupation for which he drew attention in the 1977 documentary Pumping Iron), Austrian actor Arnold Schwarzenegger always yearned to move into the acting industry. Following his seventies screen debut (Hercules in New York), bit parts followed in the lead up to his starring role in smash-hit Conan the Barbarian, a swords ‘n’ sandals epic in which he played a young barbarian avenging the death of his parents at the hand of a cult. Arnie returned for sequel Conan the Destroyer in 1984.

The Terminator (1984)
With a thirst for action films in the 80s, Schwarzenegger’s profile was further raised by a whole array of the rollicking rides, including Raw Deal (1986), Red Heat and the action-comedy Twins (both 1988). However, none of these roles would have been offered to him had he not taken what many deem to be his signature role: The Terminator. In James Cameron’s sci-fi classic, Arnie played a cyborg assassin sent back in time to kill Sarah Connor in order to prevent the birth of an oncoming human saviour. Uttering the line ‘I’ll be back’ worked quite well for Schwarzenegger too.

Commando (1985)
A critical and commercial success, in Commando, Schwarzenegger plays a retired elite Black Ops Commando who launches a one-man war against a group of criminals who abduct his daughter in order to get him to get an exiled dictator back into power. Writer Jeph Loeb (producer of television sensation LOST) revealed that first in line for the role was Kiss front man Gene Simmons, but Arnie embraces the role by playing Colonel Matrix with a fervour unlike any other.

Predator (1987)
John McTiernan’s beloved sci-fi action horror follows an elite special forces team, led by Arnie’s Dutch, on a mission to rescue hostages from guerrilla territory in Central America. They soon become aware that they are being hunted by a technologically advanced extra-terrestrial who dispatches them one by one (naturally). Despite receiving negative press at its time of release, Predator has endured as something of a cult; two sequels and two crossover films have since been produced, with Arnie involved in none of them. A reboot at the hands of Iron Man 3 director Shane Black has just been greenlit.

Total Recall (1990)
Apparently one of the most expensive films made at the time of release, Total Recall is a futuristic sci-fi which many Arnie fans hold dear to their hearts; when Douglas Quaid goes on a virtual vacation to Mars, an unexpectedly harrowing series of events forces him to go to the planet for real – only is it real? Famed for his many one-liners across his back catalogue, this mind-bender features the brilliantly-delivered line of dialogue: ‘Consider dat a divorce’ as he shoots his double-crossing wife (played by Sharon Stone).

Kindergarten Cop (1990)
Ivan Reitman’s comedy thriller stars Schwarzenegger as John Kimble, a touch police detective who must go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to catch a drug dealer. Beating out the likes of Bill Murray, Patrick Swayze and his Twins co-star Danny DeVito to the role, the film has endured as a slice of fun action to watch with all the family – something Arnie achieved with Last Action Hero (1993), Junior (1994) and Christmas staple Jingle All the Way (1996).

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)
James Cameron’s sci-fi sequel follows Sarah Connor and her son John hunted by a more advanced and ever-deadlier terminator – this time Robert Patrick’s memorable villain T-1000. In a contrast to the previous film, Schwarzenegger here plays a good incarnation of the Terminator, this time sent to protect the Connors – so essentially playing a machine with a heart, and in the process showcasing his range of acting abilities.

True Lies (1994)

An extended remake of French film La Totale!, True Lies SAW Arnie re-team with his Terminator director James Cameron in an action which sees his lead character Harry Tasker leading a double life performing covert missions for the US government under a counter-terrorism task force unbeknownst to his wife Jamie Lee Curtis and daughter Dana. This was the first film with a production budget of over £100m.

The 6th Day (2000)

This underrated Arnie action film follows family man Adam Gibson who is cloned without his knowledge or consent. Set in a futuristic world (the year 2015, would you believe…), Roger Spottiswoode’s film gives Schwarzenegger plenty of well-choreographed scenes to chew in, and zippy one-liners to throw the audience’s way.


Sabotage marks not only Arnold Schwarzenegger’s long-awaited return to his action roots- for director David Ayer’s action thriller, Schwarzenegger allows Sam Worthington, Joe Manganiello, Terrence Howard and Josh Holloway to join him as they go after a mysterious assassin who is trying to get rid of them one by one. With an awesome team like that, the movie easily keeps action lovers excited and on the edge of their seats.

Sabotage is out now on Blu-ray and DVD by Lionsgate Home Entertainment you can get yours from Amazon now.

I have a copy to give away, if you want to win it just email me at enterthecomp@gmail.com and tell me which state in the USA Arnie was mayor of until recently?

A winner will be drawn next Friday 26th Sept at random.

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RoboCop Competition

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RoboCop Competition

Posted on 27 May 2014 by Chris Ford

With the fantastic re-imaging of 80s classic RoboCop out on DVD on June 9th STUDIOCANAL have kindly provided us with 3 copies on DVD and 3x Tshirts to give away, for your chance to win a DVD and Shirt all you have to do is email us RoboCop’s real name to enterthecomp@gmail.com by June 9th

3 winners will receive a DVD and T-shirt each


If you aren’t lucky enough to win our competition you can still buy RoboCop 2014 on dvd for only £10.00 from Amazon which is a bit of a bargain.

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The all new MINI

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The all new MINI

Posted on 12 November 2013 by Chris Ford


Recently I took a MINI for a bit of a road test to check out some of thecool  tech they are now  integrating into the cars ( post to come soon)  but it seems MINI are about to launch a brand new model !
On 18 November, the all new MINI will be unveiled to the world in London on the day that classic Mini designer Sir Alec Issigonis would have turned 107.




For an opportunity to win tickets to the world premiere in London, or for more details and to register your interest in the car, click HERE




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Win Tickets to the ‘In Fear’ premiere, courtesy of Stella Artois

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Win Tickets to the ‘In Fear’ premiere, courtesy of Stella Artois

Posted on 07 November 2013 by Chris Ford

Gentlemen’s Goods is teaming up with Stella Artois to give readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the UK red carpet premiere of In Fear, the debut psychological thriller by Jeremy Lovering.


The exclusive premiere of In Fear will take place at the ICA, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH on Tuesday 12th November. We have three pairs of general admission tickets up for grabs.

Those lucky enough to secure a pair of tickets to the screenings will get to attend the UK premiere of the film.


To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is email your name, date of birth and contact telephone number to enterthecomp@gmail.com.

Terms and Conditions

In Fear Premiere Ticket Giveaway (the “Promotion”)

No purchase necessary. Prize draw

7.11.2013 – 09.11.2013


1.       The promoter is Gentlemen’s Goods (www.gentlemensgoods.com) (the “Promoter”). The prize is provided by AB InBev UK Limited (Company number: 3982132) of Porter Tun House, 500 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3LS (the “Prize Provider”).


2.                   This Promotion is open to persons aged 18 or over and resident in the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), excluding employees of the Promoter or the Prize Provider, and their immediate families, associated agents or anyone professionally associated with the administration of this Promotion. Entries from agents, third parties or consumer groups will not be accepted. Bulk entries will not be accepted.


3.                   The Promotion opens at 13.00pm on 7th November 2013 and closes at 10.00pm on 9th November 2013 (the “Promotional Period”).


4.                   There are three pairs of general admission tickets available to be won for the premiere of In Fear, at the ICA, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH at 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th November, three separate prize draws taking place at 10.00am on 10thNovember 2013:


Each pair of tickets is a “Prize”.  There are 3 pairs of tickets available to be won in total.


5.            To enter the Promotion, individuals should email details of their name, date of birth and contact telephone number to enterthecomp@gmail.com (“Entry”).



6.            Three participants will be chosen at random via a randomised computer programme from the prize draw from all the participants who validly submitted their personal details and correctly answer the question in accordance with paragraph 5, who will each win a Prize (“Winners”). There will be three (3) Winners in total. Each Winner will be notified that they have won a prize by email by 11.00am on 10th November 2013 to the email address they supplied on Entry (“Notifying Email”). Winners must respond to the Notifying Email no later than 24 hours after the time the Notifying Email is sent (as per the time stamp on the sent email) confirming their acceptance of the Prize, agreement to the Terms and Conditions, and the name and date of birth of their guest. If Winners do not reply to the Notifying Email within 24 hours, that Winner forfeits their Prize and a replacement winner will be drawn in their place from the entries received during the Promotional Period. Once the Winner’s acceptance of the Prize has been received by the Promoter, he or she will be sent a confirmation email no later than 24 hours prior to the screening providing further details about the Prize including the time of screening, location of cinema and where to go to on arrival at the cinema. Upon acceptance of the Prize by email in accordance with this paragraph, the Prize Provider will add the Winner and their guest’s name to the Stella Artois guest list.  Upon arrival at the ICA, Winners and guests should ask for the guest list queue and state their name to ICA staff who will check their name against the guest list they have been provided.


Terms and Conditions apply (see below), 18+ only, closes 10pm 9 November 2013

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Win £100 worth of Ticketmaster Vouchers with Ladbrokes!

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Win £100 worth of Ticketmaster Vouchers with Ladbrokes!

Posted on 19 September 2012 by Chris Ford

If you’re a fan of live music, then listen up! We’ve partnered up with national betting favourite, Ladbrokes, to offer our readers a fantastic prize – an £100 Ticketmaster voucher to see the gig of your choice across the country.
Ladbrokes is one of the UK’s leading online casinos, and has a range of music, sports and hobby-themed slot games to choose from. To celebrate their fab Vinyl Countdown slot game (yep, we loved the name too!) they’re giving away Ticketmaster vouchers so you can check out live music and cool gigs in your area, covering everything from Arctic Monkeys to The Zutons.
To be in with a chance of winning a Ticketmaster voucher to the tune of £100, just answer the question below:
Which symbol acts as the wild in Vinyl Countdown?
Wild Disco Ball
Wild Jukebox
Wild Microphone
Please email your answers to us at enterthecomp@gmail.com
The competition ends on October 1st 2012, and the winner will be chosen at random from those with the correct answer.
Good luck!

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Lyle & Scott Relaunch  Heritage Range

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Lyle & Scott Relaunch Heritage Range

Posted on 19 September 2011 by Chris Ford


This Autumn classic brand  Lyle & Scott ‘s Heritage collection sees a complete relaunch with a dynamic new design team at the helm.  Inspired by ‘hidden treasures since 1874’ the new branding takes it’s lead from a deep red Eagle that is carried on all garments. The message is clear – a sophisticated, refined menswear line with a modern edge.

The perfect collection of outerwear is offered for every occasion. An easy to wear black padded gilet will work hard in every stylish man’s wardrobe this Autumn, whilst a striking wool peacoat offered in navy and mid grey marl will take him effortlessly through winter.  Sharp blazers available in tweed knitted melton and wool flannel, provide a more formal alternative.

As you would expect, knitwear is at the heart of the Heritage line and this season is offered in a great selection of fine and heavier fabrications including Merino, lambswool, heavy gauge Shetland wool and for the first time wool and silk blend. Highlights include a heavy gauge shawl neck cardigan with chic leather buttons that comes in a rich deep tomato hue as well as Ivory and Charcoal grey and the ultimate winter roll neck in a luxurious wool/silk blend, available in grey and navy. Heavy gauge merino features prominently and styles range from a shirt-neck button through cardigan to a funnel neck sporty zip-through. Cricket sweaters and cable knits are also available alongside a great selection of basic v and crew necks in the perfect Autumnal colour palette.

Shirting has also been reworked to incorporate both formal and casual options. Standout pieces include an over dyed cotton Oxford in Highland Green Navy and a satin cotton button down striped shirt available in Bright Indigo. Poloshirts continue to impress with unusual details and revised branding.

Trousers complete the line with cords, fine cotton chinos and a hard-wearing grey wool flannel style designed to complement the range.



The exciting new Lyle & Scott Heritage collection is available to buy now  at www.lyleandscott.com as well as leading department stores and independents nationwide from August 2011

To celebrate the new range Lyle and Scott have kindly offered one of our readers this lovely jumper from the range

to be in with a chance of winning the jumper all you have to do is leave a comment below telling us how much the jumper costs on the Lyle and Scott webstie.

This competition is now closed , congratulations to Rich, your jumper will be with you shortly

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