Thanks to everyone who entered our competition to win 5 pairs of tickets to a special first screening of Quarantine 2: Terminal in London on Thursday 11 August (8pm).
We have now notified the first five names pulled out of the hat. If you haven't heard from us yet, you may still be in with a chance as if any of our first 5 winners are now unable to make the screening, we will then get in touch with the next names on the list accordingly.
A reminder of the details of the screening and the terms and conditions below;
From 8pm on Thursday, 11 August, the bio-hazard squad will be cordoning off The Prince Charles cinema by Leicester Square, due to an expected break-out of the undead trying to make it in to the quarantine zone. Spot prizes will be given to the best/worst looking zombies who rock up on the day trying to gain entry, to be the first in the UK to see the film, before it’s released on DVD the week after.
The movie, which follows on from the original Quarantine, sees a killer infection breaking out on a flight from LA and desperate crew and passengers trapped in a secluded airport terminal fighting to survive. Dress up and come down to the cinema for a chance to make it passed the tape – and potentially picking up some gory goody give-aways too.
Even if you’re not lucky enough to win one of our guaranteed entry tickets, there’s still a chance – if you look undead enough – that you’ll be able to make it in, just rock on down to the Prince Charles cinema in zombie getup on the night.
Quarantine 2: Terminal is released on DVD (cert 15) on Monday 15 August (RRP £12.99), courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Terms & Conditions: Only people aged 15 and over will be permitted into the cinema to see the film, photo ID may be required. Admittance on the day will be at the sole discretion of the organiser and will be allocated on a merit basis for those without guaranteed seats. Winners must arrive at The Prince Charles Cinema (7 Leicester Place, London, WC2) before 8.20pm on Thursday 11 August to guarantee entrance – tickets will be reallocated after this time and entrance may not be possible. Winners are responsible for their own transportation to/from the venue. The organisers take no responsibility for lost/stolen belongings during the screening and encourage all attendees to act in a safe and responsible manner.
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