Win A DARK SONG Poster In Our Competition!

 Posted by on April 9, 2017  News
Apr 092017

To celebrate the release of A DARK SONG – in UK cinemas 7th April – we are giving away a poster courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment.

Hellraiser meets The Descent in this macabre, mind-bending horror, with Sightseers star Steve Oram as an occult practitioner dabbling in the far reaches of evil, in a dazzling debut from director Liam Gavin.

With shades of cult horrors Kill List and Wake Wood, A DARK SONG is nevertheless fiercely original and innovative, helmed with an assurance that is all the more astonishing given it is Gavin’s first film.

After a slot at the London Film Festival, and winning Gavin the New Visions award at the 2016 Sitges Festival, A DARK SONG is brooding, brutal and brilliant, and now ready to scare up cinema audiences in the UK!

For your chance to win a A DARK SONG poster, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite film starring Steve Oram and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 18th April 2017 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 A Dark Song poster
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.




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  24 Responses to “Win A DARK SONG Poster In Our Competition!”

  1. The World’s End – Storyline so similar (apart from the alien invasion) to meet-ups I’ve had over the years with old school friends and how we revert back to those good old care-free days even though some of us are now responsible doctors, professors etc revisting many of our old pub haunts of our youth.

  2. The World’s End as its great funny film

  3. Sughtseers, just shows how things can get out of hand.

  4. The World’s End – very funny film, and also love Pegg and Frost!

  5. I liked him as Professor Fred Beckwith in Captain Webb. I enjoyed the film, and his was one of the characters that stood out for me.

  6. It’s got to be KILL LIST…disturbing and unforgettable

  7. ‘Sightseers’ was that typically dark…uniquely British comedy horror.

  8. Sughtseers, quirky comedy roadtrip horror

  9. Its all gone Pete Tong is my favourite film of his because he was great in the film and it was my kind of movie.

  10. Its all Gone Pete Tong is my favourite film of his because it is the sort of film i like.

  11. It’s All Gone Pete Tong because it’s a very well shot drama with touches of black humour.

  12. Paddington – because he was an excellent station security guard and helped make it a great film.

  13. Sightseers – Brilliant British film.

  14. Sightseers, very dark “daily mail reader” lol

  15. Love the Worlds End – very unpredictable.

  16. Sightseers film,just because it was very funny

  17. Sightseers—-quite disturbing

  18. The canal because it’s scary and makes you feel nervous that something is gonna happen

  19. The World’s End – really enjoyed it

  20. Sightseers it was quirky and fun to watch

  21. Sightseers, the nightmare of caravanning hoidays

  22. The worlds end really funny

  23. The World’s End as it’s utter comedy genius!

  24. The World’s End (could be a title for recent activities, and ongoing activities North Korea, USA, china, Russia…)

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