For those of you who missed it at the cinema (or those of you who thought you'd be wiser spending your money better on a DVD following some pretty scathing reviews when it was theatrically released), Neil LaBute's re-imagining of the classic UK horror The Wicker Man: Director's Cut arrives on Region 2 DVD on January 22nd 2007.
To celebrate the release, Lions Gate Home Entertainment have given us two copies of the DVD to give away in our latest EMB competition. To stand a chance of winning one, simply answer the question below, enter your name and email address and press submit.
The competition will close on January 23rd and we will publish the names of the winners the following day. You must live in the UK and be over 15 years to enter.
Synopsis: In Neil LaBute's The Wicker Man, Nicolas Cage stars as Malus, a policeman on a quest to find a missing girl on the mysterious island of Summersisle. The film also stars Ellen Burstyn (The Exorcist) and LeeLee Sobieski (Eyes Wide Shut).
The Directors Cut presents this contemporary and thrilling horror film as it was intended to be seen, with re-instated scenes and an uncut ending.
Extras also include a Director and crew commentary with Neil LaBute, Producer Norm Golightly and Editor Joel Plotsch, and the DVD will be priced at £15.99.
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