Win Steve Oram’s Aaaaaaaah! on Blu-Ray In Our Competition!


Aaaaaaaah! comes to DVD and Blu-ray on the 18th January and to support the release we have one copy on Blu-ray to giveaway.

Steve Oram, known for hit Brit thrillers SIGHTSEERS and KILL LIST stars in his long-awaited directorial debut feature with a host of famous names. Get ready for the most unusual celluloid primal scream – an anarchic, hilarious, disturbing and touching look at the human condition. Recently nominated for the Discovery Award at the British Independent Film Awards, Aaaaaaah! is a film that needs to be seen and heard.

For your chance to win Aaaaaaaah! on Blu-Ray, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite Brit flick and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 24th January 2016 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• 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 Aaaaaaaah! Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. My favourite Brit Flick is Snatch. An extremely funny film, filled with great characters, scenarios and essentially very British ????

  2. My favourite Brit flick has to be Shaun of the Dead. I haven’t seen a funnier British horror comedy since when I first saw that film. It’s also the best film out of the Cornetto trilogy in my opinion too.

  3. Monty Python and the Holy Grail – hilarious, endlessly quotable and a film that could only have been made by Brits.

  4. Tough call. Lots of great Brit flicks to choose from. I never tire of Sightseers (or Severance) but the more I watch Dog Soldiers the more I love it but then you’ve got classics like The Wicker Man. Nope, too difficult. OK, you twisted my arm – 28 Days Later. Really looking forward to Aaaaaaaah – great cast.

    • BECAUSE it’s terrifying and groundbreaking and the ‘In The House, In A Heartbeat’ track on the soundtrack is iconic. I almost had it played at my wedding 🙂 .

  5. I liked Lock stock and 2 smoking barrels because it came together brilliantly.. and i had a chance to do a Q&A with Nick Moran.

  6. Trainspotting-because great story had a bit of everything sadness,laughter and the desperation of themselves to make some money even through the risks and people are still watching it now and including it in their top films

  7. Shallow Grave, tense, insight into varying levels of human nature, suspense thriller with a warped reality. Well scripted, well executed by the cast.

  8. Shallow grave tense, insight into varying levels of human nature, suspense thriller with a warped reality. Well scripted, well executed by the cast.

  9. My favourite BritFlick of all time is Village of the Damned (1960); scared the absolute life out of me when I fist saw it in 1973 (or 74!) as the Late Saturday Night Film on either BBC1 or BBC2. Fantastic film and I thoroughly enjoy its sequel too (Children of the Damned [1964]) but the American remake in 1995 lacked the true menace of the original.

  10. Hard to choose, but I’ve plumped for If …

    Dark, humorous, surreal, non-conformist and a brilliant performance by Malcolm McDowell

  11. The Bridge On The River Kwai – I loved it because it shows how many of our wonderful Servicemen & Women served this country with dignity – this was portrayed brilliantly by the film-makers.

  12. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels was a verbally explosive crime-caper, with lots of clever and witty dialogue and a top notch cast. Original in style and highly entertaining, there’s really no film quite like it.

  13. Love Dog Soldiers (going down the horror route). We stayed on Scotland just after I had seen it for the first time and there’s a bit in the film which looks exactly like the view we had if we stood on the beach near the loch. A bit spooky considering the cottage was also in woodland and down a narrow track away from everywhere apart from the cottage next door.

  14. My favourite all time Brit Flick is The Krays (1990) – a truly gripping and evocative film which really does depict the era.

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