Closed: Win the British horror The Children on DVD
Competition time again on Filmstalker, and I know you love these competitions, but this one's rather special, it's the British horror film from the writer and director of WAZ (Filmstalker review), Tom Shankland who adapted and directed from the screenplay by the man behind London to Brighton, Paul Andrew Williams.
Sounds great doesn't it? Well the reviews have all been rather positive and the DVD comes with some great extras, and it's simple for you to win.
The Children tells the story of a Christmas holiday with parents and their children when the children turn on their parents in some terrifying ways. Here's the official blurb:
The Christmas holidays. What starts as a relaxing house party for two families coming together to celebrate the festive season gradually turns into a horrifying fight for survival as one by one the children mysteriously fall ill and begin to turn against their parents with increasingly disturbing consequences.
Starring Eva Birthistle (Ae Fond Kiss), Stephen Campbell Moore (Bright Young Things) Jeremy Sheffield and introducing Hannah Tointon.
Written and directed by Tom Shankland (WAZ) based on a screenplay by Paul Andrew Williams (London To Brighton)
Sounds good doesn't it? The DVD, which is released on the 30th March has some extras too, here's the list:
The making of The Children
Paul Hyatt talks Prosthetics
Snow Set Design Featurette
Tom Shankland’s On-Set Lair
Working with Children Featurette
The competition is open for those with a UK postal address only, and each winner will be randomly chosen from the correct entries. The competition closes on the 23rd of March 2009.
To win simply answer the following question and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the answer and your UK postal address before the closing date of the 26th of February. Here's the question:
What's the most horrific thing about children?
It's that simple. Answer the question, email it through, and you could be chosen as the winner. In the meantime, I'm off to watch The Children on DVD. Good luck!