Win pairs of tickets to Film4 FrightFest's screening of 28 Weeks Later / Black Water / Doomsday
17th Aug 07
NB: This competition is now closed
If you haven't got your weekend tickets, or even your day passes, for Film4 FrighFest yet, then you're really going to want to win a pair of
tickets to perhaps the best event of the entire weeked.
Starting at 9pm on the opening night (Thursday 23rd Aug), the screening of Black Water will see two amazing events happen either side of the film - and we have two sets of two tickets to give away.
Kicking the whole screening off will be a 28 Weeks Later Special Event – a DVD preview with Producer Andrew MacDonald who will be introducing a special presentation of deleted scenes from the film – including a thrilling dream sequence - and some extra features. 20th Century Fox will be supplying goodies.
Following that will be the main presentation - Black Water - a terrifying tale of survival in the mangrove swamps of Northern Australia.
Grace, her boyfriend Adam and younger sister Lee are on holiday and decide to take a river tour. When their boat capsizes, in the ensuing panic, their amateur guide disappears into the murky depths. Realizing they’ve come under crocodile attack they climb to safety in a clump of trees. But as the hours go by and with no sign of rescue, they must take some decisive action if they are ever to escape the jaws of the predator relentlessly stalking them.
Based on a true story, directors Andrew Traucki and David Nerlich’s tension-laden adventure revolves around an all-too-real life-threatening dilemma. The sudden reptilian attacks, and desperate attempts to get back to their submerged boat raise potent apprehension and imaginatively stretch the suspense to nail-biting levels. The stylish visuals, in particular a midnight nightmare, pay terrific shock dividends too.
Then, perhaps the most eagerly anticipated of all, Black Water will be followed by exclusive 'World first' footage from Doomsday, the new futuristic horror / action film by Director Neil Marshall.
Neil will take to the stage to introduce the specially prepared footage from the film and then answer questions from the audience.
So, how do you get tickets for this event? Easy - simply send us an email stating your name, age and a one sentence reason why we should select you as one of our winners.
The competition will close on Tuesday (21st) evening and the two winners who will both receive two tickets each will be notified then.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over and must be able to get the Odeon West End for the screening(s).
See you there..!
More details about the three films can be seen on Film4 FrightFest's official website;
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