NB: THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED See our news story for winners details.
Inspired by the 2001 Japanese film Kairo, Jim Sorenzo’s US remake Pulse is released on Region 2 DVD on March 5th (RRP £15.99), and to celebrate, Paramount Home Entertainment have given us 3 copies of the DVD to give away.
Acting as a cautionary tale on our current relationship to high-tech technology, Pulse follows the story of a circle of friends who stumble upon a wi-fi portal that offers more than a mere internet interface – it actually becomes a connection to an unknown world. Read our Pulse review here.
To stand a chance of winning a copy of this DVD, all you have to do is email us with your name, age and postal address and put the words PULSE DVD COMP in the subject line.
The competition will close on March 13th and we will draw the three winners the following day. Unfortunately, we can only accept entries from people in the UK or Eire and all winners must be 18 years or over.
DVD Extras include: - Feature Commentary with Director Jim Sonzero and Special Makeup Effects Designer Gary Tunicliffe
- Feature Commentary with Producers Mike Leahy and Joel Soisson, Actor Sam Levine, Visual Effects Supervisor Kevin O’Neil, Editor Kirk Morri and Line Producer Ron Vecchiarelli
- Creating the Fear: Making Pulse
- The Visual Effects of Pulse
- Pulse and the Paranormal (Web Piece)
- Theatrical Trailer
- Deleted & Alternate Scenes
If you can’t wait until the competition closes, why not visit amazon.co.uk to buy the DVD.
Pulse follows psychology major Mattie (Kirsten Bell), who begins receiving mysterious, cryptic emails from beyond the grave. Petrified, she turns to her geeky friend Dexter (Ian Somerhalder) and together they begin to investigate the truth. Their crusade is soon joined by Mattie’s best friend and roommate Isabel (Christina Milian), as well as depressed computer hacker Josh (Jonathan Tucker). As the friends delve deeper into the unknown underbelly of technology, they must face the terrifying consequences.
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