Win INTRUDERS on Blu-Ray In Our Competition!

 Posted by on May 23, 2016  News
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To celebrate the release of INTRUDERS – available on Blu-ray, DVD & Download 6th June – we are giving away a copy on Blu-ray.

From the producer of Insidious comes Intruders – an original, claustrophobic and utterly terrifying invasion movie for the next generation!

Masterfully shot and with gripping performances from Martin Starr (This Is The End, Superbad) and Rory Culkin (Signs, Mean Creek), this is an invasion movie like you’ve never seen before!

Order today!

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For your chance to win INTRUDERS on Blu-Ray, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite film starring one of the Culkin siblings and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 12th June 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
• 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 Intruders Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


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  82 Responses to “Win INTRUDERS on Blu-Ray In Our Competition!”

  1. Home Alone just for the fun and of its time

  2. Mean creek with Rory Culkin, it’s a good movie 🙂

  3. Jacob’s Ladder

  4. The Good Son.

  5. Uncle Buck 😀

  6. Richie Rich was a great film.

  7. The Good Son. Rented this over 20 years and was blown away by Macaulay Culkin’s creepy performance as the psychopathic protagonist…as far removed from his irritating Home Alone character as you could hope.

  8. Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone of course! 😀

  9. uncle buck fun all the way


  11. Jacob’s Ladder: was superb when it first came out and remains superb today

  12. I remember watching a young Rory Culkin in ‘Signs’ and thought he’d turn into a very decent young actor.

  13. Not a film but , Kieron Culkin was great in Fargo Season 2.

  14. Rory Caulkin You Can Count On Me because it’s such a heart warming story

  15. Home Alone! It’s fun for all the family and it reminds me of Christmas – the best time of year!

  16. i loved The Good Son.

  17. Home Alone. Such a classic movie for kids and adults.

  18. Home alone becauseit is a good christmas film and all the family like it and all the different trapa he makes

  19. I adore Uncle Buck, so funny!

  20. Kieran Cukin in Sxott Pilgrim vs the World. His quick dry wit humour stands out in the film as he still every scene.

  21. Home Alone – the original one of its genre as its the only one featuring the Culkins – but wasnt a great film!

  22. Home alone because it is a classic

  23. Home Alone, the whole family enjoyed it and we parents had to be careful for a while.

  24. I was going to say The Good Son but since everyone else has said that I’d say the second best Culkin film would be Scream 4. I love all the scream films but this one was definitely the most goriest and disturbing out of all of them.

  25. Uncle Buck fun all the way

  26. uncle buck is the best

  27. Jacobs ladder.

  28. home alone

  29. The Good Son.was an intriguing psychological thriller. Who knew that sweet Macaulay Culkin could pay a psychopath so well?

  30. Think it has to be Signs.

  31. Uncle buck the best

  32. Uncle Buck was a great film.

  33. I loved Uncle Buck xx

  34. Whisper it but “Home Alone” with Macauley Culkin still has the ability to have me coughing and wheezing with laughter. That’s got far more to do with Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern though.

  35. Uncle Buck – never gets old

  36. Home Alone 1, so funny

  37. Home Alone is the stand-out film.

  38. Home Alone it has to be. Gets you right into the festive mood.

  39. Definitely Richie Rich!!

  40. richie rich. i loved that film

  41. Home Alone – a film that everyone should see at least once

  42. Uncle Buck – Macaulay is cute in this rather than obnoxious.

  43. Has to be Home Alone! We watch it every Christmas with the kids

  44. The 1st Home Alone!

  45. The Good Son.

  46. Home Alone – Xmas wouldn’t be the same without it.

  47. The original Home Alone starring Macaulay was a perfect introduction to the naughty but brave Kevin and the fuel to many a child’s imagination.

  48. Scream 4

  49. Home Alone, such a funny movie and always reminds me of my childhood (watching the movie – not being left to defend my house from criminals)!

  50. Mean Creek was an excellent drama starring Rory Culkin.

  51. Home Alone, a fun movie for all the family

  52. I have to agree with most of the comments – Home Alone is a great family film starring Macaulay Culkin and his brother Kieran but also Uncle Buck with Macaulay and the late great John Candy

  53. Jacobs Ladder. Some very creepy imagery.

  54. One of my favourite films ever is Signs (with Rory Culkin). Just love the kids in their tin foil hats!

  55. Home Alone – a classic of it’s time

  56. Uncle buck as its a very funny film

  57. Party Monsters – garbage film but banging soundtrack

  58. Home Alone, it was the film of my youth and I even enjoyed the sequel due to the New York setting!

  59. Uncle Buck

  60. Uncle Buck , john candy was brill 🙂

  61. Home Alone was a great choice for the pure comedy

  62. Uncle Buck

  63. home alone just for the laughs

  64. Kieran Culkin in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. I love that movie so much and it’s my son’s favourite film of all time!

  65. got to be Home Alone (every kids dream to run riot)

  66. Uncle Buck! So funny.

  67. Home Alone: Lost in New York. Absolute classic, Christmas ain’t Christmas without it!

  68. I loved Signs. It was the first horror/sci fi film I went to see in the cinema and it spooked me for weeks!

  69. Uncle Buck…so funny!

  70. home alone

  71. Home Alone i know its really Christmas when that film comes on!

  72. Home Alone, an oldie but still a great family film.x

  73. Home Alone. I’m watching it every Christmas since I was a child and still love it 🙂

  74. uncle buck

  75. Home alone

  76. Home Alone….love it!! such a classic!

  77. uncle buck

  78. Its the first home alone as its a classic and i grew up watching it

  79. Jacob’s Ladder for its disturbingly effective images

  80. Well it’s got to be Home Alone, hasn’t it?

  81. Home Alone because it was funny, sentimental and never gets boring- he was adorable

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