He's so busy, I don't know who's going to collect the kids from school but at least there will be food on the table.
30th September 2011 at 8:45pm - NFT1, BFI in London. Tickets.
6th & 7th October 2011 at 8:00pm - BUG8 Playhouse in Norwich. Tickets.
17th October 2011 at 9pm – Hyde Park Picturehouse in Leeds. Tickets.
18th October 2011 at 6:30pm and 8:45pm – FACT Picturehouse in Liverpool. Tickets.
26th October 2011 at 6:30pm and 8:30pm – Zion Arts Centre in Manchester. Tickets.
3rd November 2011 at 7:30pm Comedy Royale in Hull. Tickets.
4th November, 2011 at 8:00pm, Adam will introduce “Anyone Can Play Guitar” at the Sonic Cinema event in London (BFI)* with some very special guests.
5th November 2011 at 9:00pm in the Parabola Arts Centre as part of the Cheltenham Film Festival . Tickets.
17th & 18th November 2011 at 8:45pm BUG28 at the (London) BFI*.
25th November 2011 at 8:45pm, Adam will host another onedotzero BUG Special at the (London) BFI*.
*Tickets to all BFI November events to on sales to members at 11am on 4th October and non-members on 11th October, 2011.
With thanks to AdamandJoe.com for the listing info.
Listen to Adam chatting to the lovely Picturehouse Podcast fellas when they met at the Greenwich Comedy Festival. Picturehouse Podcast: BUG Special with Adam Buxton by Picturehouses
Fresh from awards both here and here plus a nomination for Joe's script at the Writers Guild of Great Britain, Attack the Block was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 19th September 2011.
So far, I've seen three different sleeves for both formats:
Play.com have the Glow in the Dark
HMV.com and their stores have a version with a matt sleeve and a glossy booklet inside. If you got the April edition of Little White Lies (or the little ATB mini-issue) you'll already have most of the contents of this booklet but it's a nice compliment to the package.
Other outlets (online and high street) are selling versions with sleeves that have a silver foil element to the whites on the cover art.
You can still buy the soundtrack here.
If you prefer to rent the film, you can find it at LOVE film.
Blockbuster have it both online and in their shops.They carried it to rent exclusively, a week before anyone else.
If you want to own the film but don't have the shelf space, iTunes offer a download for £ 9.99 and they have the soundtrack with the additional "Get that Snitch" track here.
Film4 have launched their 'download to rent' service via FilmFlex by offering Attack the Block for £ 3.99 which seems to be the same platform offered by Virgin's Movies On Demand.
Of course, Sky Movies Box Office are showing it every hour on the half.
If you're still kicking yourself for not having seen the film on a big screen, keep your eyes open because a film like this will often pop up at a one-off cult screening. It's been showing at one place or another over the last few weeks. You can even catch it for free on 13th October if you're around Brixton in London.
Finally, Sci-fi London's October event has booked Alex Esmail (Pest) for one of their Camden Town Hall concessions to sign stuff and have pictures taken for a small fee.
If I still have your attention, take a few minutes to listen to some of the entries in this wonderful DJ competition. It's success relies on these mixes being played so enjoy yourself!