Articles Posted in the " Suzanne Collins " Category

  • Fights-to-the-death in film

    Nothing is more exciting than a fight to the death and with the release of Death Race: Inferno, on Blu-ray and DVD from 4th February, this has never been truer. Winner of four death races, Carl Lucas (Luke Goss) finds himself just one victory away from earning freedom for himself and his pit crew, but […]

  • The Hunger Games (12A) | Close-Up Film DVD Review

    Dir. Gary Ross, US, 2012, 143 mins Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth Review by Dan Collacott The Hunger Games is set in a post war future where North Americais divided into twelve districts, each of which is forced to send a boy and a girl to fight to the death in an annual […]

  • THE HUNGER GAMES​ – Arrives on Blu-ra​y, DVD, TVOD and EST​ on September 3rd

    THE MOTION PICTURE EVENT THAT SET THE WORLD ON FIRE POISED TO BECOME THE HOME ENTERTAINMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games Arrives  On Blu-ray Disc, DVD, TVOD and EST On September 3rd Theatrical Release Approaching £24 Million in the UK And $650 Million Worldwide   ***** Robbie Collin – Daily Telegraph Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games juggernaut […]

  • The Hunger Games: An Alternative Media Movie Review

    By Sherry Shine   The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins’ 1 st book of her bestseller trilogy for young adults, turned to movie, has several political and social themes worth thinking somewhat “deeply” about (for “all” adults). [Note: This is not a typical movie review describing the plot, characters, and themes, as well as ‘celebritizing’ each […]


    Lionsgate recently announced an unprecedented film music collaboration between Academy Award® winner and two time nominee T Bone Burnett (CRAZY HEART, COLD MOUNTAIN) and four time Academy Award® nominated composer Danny Elfman (ALICE IN WONDERLAND, SPIDER-MAN) on the music for the highly anticipated film adaptation of THE HUNGER GAMES, based on the first in Suzanne […]