Jonah Hex - Preview & competition
Preview by Jack Foley
ONE of the year’s most impressive casts collide in the hugely entertaining Western thriller Jonah Hex, which sharp shoots its way onto Blu-ray and DVD on December 27, 2010 from Warner Home Video.
Academy Award-winner Josh Brolin swaggers on screen as Jonah Hex, a scarred bounty hunter on the edge of sanity who is hell bent on revenge against John Malkovich’s sinister terrorist, Quentin Turnbull.
A stoic, battle-hardened anti-hero, Jonah Hex has survived near-death at the hands of Turnbull, seen his family slayed before his eyes and had his face horrifically branded.
With nothing left to live for except the company of his sole human connection, Lilah (Megan Fox), Hex agrees to help the military track down psychotic Turnbull and prevent his army from unleashing hell on earth, in exchange for his own freedom – be it in life or death.
A unique darkly comic portrayal of Civil War torn Western America, Jonah Hex plunges the depths of hell and unearths a thrilling battle between good and evil with stunning special effects, thrilling gunplay and a touch of dark humour, making it the perfect Christmas antidote this festive season!
With a stellar supporting cast including Josh Brolin (No Country For Old Men, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), John Malkovich (Con Air, Changeling), Michael Fassbender (Inglourious Basterds, 300), Megan Fox (Transformers, Jennifer’s Body) and Wes Bentley (American Beauty, Ghost Rider), Jonah Hex explodes onto Blu-ray, DVD and digital download with an arsenal of extra features, including deleted scenes, inside story featurette and Maximum Movie Mode.
Win Jonah Hex on DVD
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Q. What is the name of the character played by Megan Fox in Jonah Hex?
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Running time: 81mins
UK DVD & Blu-ray Release: December 27, 2010