Win 5 sets of goodie bags for the UK cinema release of The Hitcher
28th May 07
NB - THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED
June 1st sees the UK release of The Hitcher, the new film from filmmaker Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes production company (who also produced The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Amityville Horror), and to celebrate Rogue Pictures have given us five sets of goodie bags from the film, including a T-shirt, baseball cap and rucksack.
To stand a chance of winning, send us an email with the words THE HITCHER in the subject line, plus your name and address and the answer to the following question;
Who starred as The Hitcher in the original 1986 film? (Correct spelling only!)
The competition will close on June 9th and we will pick five winners at random the following day. Unfortunately we can only accept entries from those living in the UK or Eire.
Check out the game for the film at www.journeyofdread.com where you can travel the route of the film and decide on which people to pick up along the way. It features lots of exclusive movie clips to whet your appetite for the film's release.
Dave Meyers makes his feature directorial debut on the new thriller, which tracks the terrifying trajectory of Grace Andrews (Sophia Bush) and Jim Halsey (Zachary Knighton), a collegiate couple who are tormented by the mysterious hitchhiker John Ryder, a.k.a. The Hitcher (Sean Bean).
The young couple hit the road in a 1970 Oldsmobile 442, en route to spring break. But their pleasure trip soon turns into a waking nightmare. The initial encounters with Ryder are increasingly off-putting for Grace and Jim, and they bravely fight back when he ambushes them. But they are truly blindsided when he implicates them in a horrific slaying and continues to shadow them.
The open road becomes a suspenseful, action-packed battleground of blood and metal as, in trying to elude not only Ryder but also New Mexico State Police Lieutenant Esteridge’s (Neal McDonough) officers, Grace and Jim must fight for their lives and face their fears head-on.
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