Thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win one of two copies of Neil LaButeís recent remake of The Wicker Man.
We especially liked the entrant who called him/herself ĎSend it and I'll burn the abomination. Sacrilege'. Still, without wanting to pass critical judgement on a film in the competition section, we shall move swiftly on.
We had over 200 entries, but there can only be two winners pulled out of the eatmybrains cap and they are;
Congratulations to the pair of you, we will be in touch shortly for your postal addresses to send the DVDs to. If you didnít win this time, why not enter our current competition to win a limited edition Tideland Crew Memberís fleece as well as copies of Terry Gilliamís latest (and great) film on DVD.
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.
8th Jun 04 The film opens with a very similar voiceover narration to the original (see Trivia) but with different footage as we tour the furnace room, all fingernail scratches and blood-clotted hair, of the Hewitt residence.
15th May 05 This is in no way a simple, by the numbers horror film. Armstrong's creation as "the man" is hugely affecting, moving, and involving. The background story's strange plausibility adds weight to his...
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