Alfred Hitchcock famously spoke of the difference between surprise and suspense. He illustrated his point with two people speaking at a cafe. One of them places a bomb under the table and we’re told that it will go off at say, 1 o’clock. By letting the audience know what is happening, they’re not surprised by a sudden explosion, but they’ve experienced fifteen minutes of suspense. Hitchcock said that you must always keep the audience informed – unless the surprise is a twist ending, which would be the highlight of the story. Most everybody can enjoy a good thriller. The best ones are full of suspense and tension, letting the audience white-knuckle it to the finish. On Tuesday, May 21st Well Go USA releases one such thrill-ride from Hong Kong: ”Nightfall”. Released on both Blu-Ray and DVD, “Nightfall” remembers both old Hong Kong crime movies as well as the Western noir. Read more
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Thank you to all who entered the Cinema Judgement Day / Well Go USA “Nightfall” giveaway. We’ve selected our winners who each will receive a Blu-Ray of the film!
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Do you like hard boiled detective films? Then we’ve got a treat for you. On May 21st, “Nightfall” arrives in the US on Blu-Ray and DVD and Cinema Judgement Day and Well Go USA have a copy for you. We’ll be giving away a Blu-Ray to two (2) lucky readers. Just send us an email with your name and where you’d like the prize sent. Also be sure to put “Nightfall” in the subject line. The contest is open to US residents and only one entry per person will be permitted. Good luck!
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