Win 3 Blood Red Creative Zen Stones and DVDs of Paradise Lost
1st Oct 07
NB: THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Here's a great competition for you, thanks to Lionsgate, who have given us three blood red Creative Zen Stones, as well as three copies of Paradise Lost on DVD to give away to celebrate their release of the film on DVD on October 8th.
Paradise Lost is the new film from John Stockwell (Blue Crush), so expect plenty of great locations, bikinis and babes in amongst the horror. See below for more information on all the extras in this brand new 'EXTREME' edition.
To enter the competition to win a Creative Zen Stone (see here for more info) and a copy of Paradise Lost on DVD, simply answer the following question and send it in an email along with your name, age and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please put 'PARADISE LOST' in the subject header.
What title was 'Paradise Lost' known as in the US?
The competition will close on October 9th, and the three winners will be drawn the following day and will be notified by email. Unfortunately, we can only accept entires from people aged 18 or over who live in the UK and Eire.
While backpacking through Brazil, a diverse group of young adventure travellers are marooned in a remote Brazilian beach town following a terrifying bus accident.
The backpackers - Alex (JOSH DUHAMEL), his sister Bea (OLIVIA WILDE), her best friend Amy (BEAU GARRETT), an Australian named Pru (MELISSA GEORGE), and two best friend Brits named Finn and Liam (DESMOND ASKEW and MAX BROWN) - slowly discover that the white sand beaches and lush jungles are concealing a darker, unsettling secret, which lurks deep within in its jungles…
Beautifully shot, PARADISE LOST is the first American production to shoot entirely in the country of Brazil. The action moves from the lush jungles and heavenly beaches of Ubatuba to the amazing underground and underwater caves near Lencois, which had never been filmed in before.
DVD Extras The Bloody Truth Special Make-up Effects
Trailers for See No Evil, Flood, Fragile and The Hamiltons.
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