Win DEAD SHADOWS on DVD In Our Competition

 Posted by on July 22, 2015  News
Jul 222015


To celebrate the release of the must-see sci-fi horror Dead Shadows out on DVD 27th July 2015 – we are giving away a copy.

Exciting debut director David Cholewa delivers one of the most inventive and atmospheric sci-fi horrors in recent years, where the people of Paris undergo an monstrous transformation after a mysterious comet passes through the sky.

Available to order on Amazon

For your chance to win DEAD SHADOWS on DVD, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite French language movie and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 5th August 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x Dead Shadows on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


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  70 Responses to “Win DEAD SHADOWS on DVD In Our Competition”

  1. There’s 3 real close ones:

    2 horrors and one comedy

    but I’ll just to the winner: it’s Switchblade Romance – messed up is a description that springs to mind as well as a lot of horrific images flickering through my mind arrrrggghhhhhh

  2. the three colours films red, white a blue

  3. I love most of Luc Besson but my favourite is District 13 – it so exciting and I love the free running.

  4. Persepolis, as was the 1st one i watched

  5. La Reine Margot – Not just my favourite french language film but my favourite film of all time. Stellar cast, no holding back on the gore and gripping from start to finish.

  6. I love so many but the one that never fails to make me smile is L’Auberge Espagnol (Pot Luck)

  7. Amélie : first time I came across Audrey Tautou; what a brilliant and funny actress

  8. L’Histoire d’O, Preceded 50 Shades of Grey by 30 years.

  9. Not seen any French films but I loved the Italian series Romanzo Criminale

  10. Amélie

    sweet innocence

  11. La Femme Nikita – another stylish film from the master, Luc Besson. Avoid the 1993 remake, The Assassin !

  12. Les Enfants Terribles. Amazing film based on a favourite novel.

  13. Amelie – the ultimate feel good movie.

  14. La Horde, it’s brilliant and one of my favourite speedy zombie films ;0)

  15. Martyr a french horror film because it is the most scariest film i have i have ever seen.

  16. La Horde – so bad it’s good

  17. i love amelie – so sweet

  18. A Prophet, love the Mafia and prison movies

  19. I love French movies – my fave is ‘Killing Zoe’ but I like ‘La Haine’,’District 13′, ‘A Prophet’ and ‘Amelie’. I reckon the saddest film I’ve ever seen is the French movie ‘Amour’

  20. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc – Sec is really surreal.

  21. Amélie – The soundtrack is delightful!

  22. Delicatessen – such a quirky and fun film

  23. I love Coco Before Chanel – such an interesting story.

  24. Betty Blue – Music score is fantastic

  25. Switchbalde Romance – for once I didn’t guess the twist

  26. Amelie – Audrey Tautou is amazing

  27. Cyrano de Bergerac – Gérard Depardieu’s best

  28. Amelie, such a glorious film

  29. I’d say district 13

  30. Amelie, really cheers me up

  31. Amelie, its an unlikely pairing and yet it works

  32. Danton – Gerard Depardieu’s portrayal of passion, idealism and the ultimate realism of failure of his cause during speeches/answers in the court-room was truly memorable.

  33. it really has to be la haine. there have been some great movies coming out of france recently, particularly the stuff labelled “new french extremity”, but la haine is so gritty, so raw, so brilliantly performed…even two decades on it is so relevant. it has to be that for me.

  34. Betty Blue, what more can you say about this movie Beatrice Dalle was brilliant and so beautiful.

  35. Amélie , great storyline

  36. Amelie, it is such a jewel of a film

  37. i dont have one .. they’re all french to me!

  38. Jean de Florette – simply mesmorising.

  39. Q – because of the strong lead character, Cecile

  40. Amelie, fab film!

  41. Any Monsieur Hulot film – I think Jacques Tati was a brillient character actor and so funny, Although Monsieur Hulots Holiday is probably his greatest achievement.

  42. City of Lost Children, very surreal and the clones…

  43. Amelie

  44. Untouchable, funny but heart-warming film

  45. La Femme Nikita – just a great all round film. can’t fault it!

  46. District 13 – Luc Besson is a master.

  47. Au Revoir Les Enfants by Louis Malle which begins charningly although the ever present threat of the nazis is nicely understated. The final scene is powerful and moving and stays with you.

  48. Amélie, some LOL moments 🙂

  49. District 13

  50. Inside – such a disturbing film and brilliantly gore filled! 😈

  51. never seen a french film

  52. La Femme Nikita -an amazing film -very moving

  53. Does Leon count?

  54. The Returned – a fresh take on the undead!

  55. Jean de Florette

  56. Eden Log good visuals just intense

  57. La Femme Nikita- LOve a strong female lead

  58. ils (Them) I think its a very tense gripping film

  59. Amélie it’s funny

  60. Serial (Bad) Weddings is my latest favourite because it represented life in a light-hearted way.

  61. Amélie – It was the first one I watched

  62. Amelie, so good you forget you’re reading subtitles!

  63. Amelie so heartwarming

  64. Amelie – good performance from Audrey Tautou

  65. La Reine Margot as it’s such great production

  66. Amélie it’s funny

  67. Loved the original film Nikita.

  68. City of lost children – Ron Perlman, enough said

  69. Persepolis, as mentioned above by someone else,is a fantastic film!

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