Those marvellous people at Zen Films have given us three copies of the brilliant Mindflesh to give away. So without further ado the winners are...
You three will be contacted by email very shortly to get your addresses.
Here's the plot summary from our review of Mindflesh
Chris Jackson (Peter Bramhill from Human Traffic) is a London cab driver whose life could politely be described as rather mundane. The only thing of interest that happens to him is that he keeps spotting the same woman (Carole Derrien) on his travels. So intrigued is he by this mystery woman Chris takes to logging his sightings on a map, leading the few friends that he does have to consider him a little crazy.
Unsure if she is a figment of his imagination Chris soon finds himself being assaulted by alien beings as well as a conduit for obsessions to pass from the mind to the physical world. In order to bring an end to these events Chris must face up to a trauma from his past before his small circle of friends are destroyed by the aliens.
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