Winners of our goodie bag competition for The Hitcher
7th Oct 07
Thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win one of three sets of The Hitcher goodie bags, which included a T-shirt, a baseball cap, a copy of the film on DVD and of course, a cool bag itself (thanks to Universal).
We've now drawn the three winners who are;
Congratulations to the three of you, we will be in touch shortly for your postal addresses to send the goodies to. If you didn't win this time, why not enter our latest competition to win one of three stress sheep and a signed poster of Black Sheep.
From Producer Michael Bay (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Amityville Horror) and debut Director Dave Meyers, comes the eagerly awaited remake of the 1986 terror classic, The Hitcher, available to buy and rent on DVD from 1st October 2007.
This terrifying, edge-of-your seat horror, tracks the nightmare cross-country journey of college students Grace Andrews (Sophia Bush) and Jim Halsey (Zachary Knighton) as they are tormented by a mysterious and psychotic hitchhiker John Ryder, a.k.a. The Hitcher (Sean Bean). The young couple hit the open road on their way to meet friends for spring break in New Mexico, but their road trip leads them on to the highway to hell.
In the midst of a torrential rainstorm Grace and Jim come across a man standing in the middle of the road, his car apparently broken down. They decide not to help, but further down the road they stop at a service station and find themselves come face to face with the same man (John Ryder). He asks the unsuspecting couple for a lift to a local motel and they reluctantly oblige, but soon realise he wants more than just a lift… he wants their lives.
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