Win ALIEN ABDUCTION on DVD In Our Competition


To celebrate the release of found footage flick ALIEN ABDUCTION on DVD in the UK now, we’ve 3 copies to give away to our lucky readers, courtesy of Signature Entertainment (@SignatureEntUK)!

On the last night of their camping trip, the Morris family begin to encounter supernatural phenomena. Lights flash outside their tent. Three distinct star-like objects loom in the sky. Their GPS seems to be luring them into isolated areas and no one can get a phone signal. 11 year-old Riley films the whole thing on his camcorder.

As night falls, the family discovers that the myths of alien abductions are very real, and events build to a horrifying conclusion in the skies above Brown Mountain.

For your chance to win Alien Abduction on DVD, simply comment below telling us which movie featuring an alien/aliens did you enjoy most and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 10th September 2014 and three valid comments 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 or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 3 winners will each win 1x ALIEN ABDUCTION on DVD

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  1. Gotta be the original Alien movie – such impressive effects and surprises – I can still watch it again and again and again 🙂

  2. The Thing (Kurt Russell one) is my favourite – great special effects for the time – and keeps you guessing right till the end.

  3. ‘Titan Find’, low budget gory sci-fi horror set on Saturns moon. Always loved that movie, and Klaus Kinski was great in it 🙂

  4. Men In Black because it was fun to watch, the aliens were bizarre and it was done so well. I remember laughing in the cinema along with loads of others when it came out.

  5. Signs the M. Night Shyamalan movie. The scene where Mel Gibson chopped the aliens finger off when looking under the door, still makes me jump.

  6. Alien. I watched it as a 13-year old and it was the most terrifying thing I had ever seen. It drew me right in and wouldn’t let go

  7. ET a true family favourite. It’s funny but also very sad. Brings a lump to my throat when Elliot belives ET to be dead. Can watch it time and time again. Even my Grandsons enjoy watching it

  8. Battle Beyond The Stars – the sight of John Boy Walton saving the Universe just blew my mind 😉 …plus the title music is my fave film music ever!

  9. Close Encounters of the Third Kind, because it raises the possibilities of aliens actually visiting earth as the universe is positively seething with life, much of which would be far more advanced than us, and could have actually conquered the vast distances in space to travel across and through it. Warp drives really are a genuine possibility for even man kind in the not far off future, working not by travelling across the vast distances of space but folding it and vastly cutting the distance between worlds. Most people think of travel as being in a straight line across a piece of paper for example, from one edge to the other, but supposing you could fold space, like you can fold paper , you would get the two usually far apart edges of that paper next to each other, ditto with space and warp drives, scientists are even now attempting to devise and work on an actual warp drive engine- both Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein believe it should be possible, its just that us mere earthlings have not yet worked out how.

  10. ET. It might not be the most reputable choice but it was the first movie I watched as a child that really made me love sci-fi. It allowed me to see beyond the constraints of Earth and question what could be out there. Just incredible.

  11. Event Horizon…to this day I still wonder what IT was….left me chilled to the bone and still have the eebie jeebies when it crosses my mind… Brilliant stuff!!!!

  12. Has to be Star Wars! Not only is it the best movie of all time but theres a vast array of aliens of all sizes and shapes, from the dianoga to hammerhead! It is so fun and imaginative, i never tire of watching it

  13. Roswell with Kyle MacLachlan and Martin Sheen im a huge fan of the story and it is still one of the best Alien movies to ever come out.

  14. I really enjoyed Fire in the Sky – mainly because it was based on a true story, which I remembered from the news! I’m still not 100% convinced, but you never know!

  15. E.T. is my all time favourite – it’s cute, funny & sad and just one of those timeless film that you watch again and again and your kids can watch it with you 🙂

  16. SIGNS with Mel Gibson
    It is a frightening experience of what is out there, and you just don’t no, and can not comprehend it. Yet, you will any thing to protect your family.

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