Students get 25% off cult movies
22nd May 2015
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Independent film streaming service Curzon Home Cinema is offering students discounted access to a specially curated selection of iconic indie classics. Curzon Home Cinema is currently the only independent video-on-demand service that offers the latest independent films to watch at home, at the same time as their cinema release. The Mavericks and Vanguards collection, selected by Curzon’s expert team, includes nine provocative and award-winning films including Battle Royale, Naked Lunch and Night on Earth. These films have been selected to offer students on tight budgets the chance to take a well-deserved break at the end of the year. Now your exams are nearing the end, take a look at what's available and enjoy something different. If you still have exams, take a revision break! Curzon Home Cinema is offering readers of The National Student a 25% discount on any film in the Mavericks and Vanguards collection for those that sign up to the service and use the exclusive code: CRZNSTUD25 Acclaimed titles can be rented for as little as £1.50! The codes will be active from today until May 29th, which should see many of you through exams and report deadlines. Enjoy! Take a look at some of the titles available and the acclaim they have recieved from critics: Battle Royale (2000) Warning: Clip below contains violent scenes. 'Veteran director Kinji Fukasaku has composed an extraordinary futuristic nightmare, in which his long-standing expertise in yakuza-style violence is coloured by sadness and a sort of crazed tenderness.' - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian. 'It's a movie that never lets you settle down, zipping between satire and splatter, offering moments that will make the most hardened viewer cringe and snatches of quiet melancholy that will haunt you for a long time.' - Kim Newman, Empire.
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