Win 1 of 5 Copies of Nacho Vigalondo’s OPEN WINDOWS on DVD In Our Competition!





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To celebrate the UK region 2 DVD release of Nacho Vigalondo’s OPEN WINDOWS on 20th April 2015, we’ve 5 copies to give away to our readers courtesy of Koch Media.

Nick’s dream falls apart when he wins a date with his favourite star Jill Goddard and she refuses to honour the contest. But when Chord, her so-called campaign manager, offers Nick the ability to secretly watch Jill s every move via computer, he cannot let the opportunity go. Soon he will discover his decision has put him and Jill in grave danger.

For your chance to win OPEN WINDOWS on DVD, simply comment below telling us which Elijah Wood movie is your favourite and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Friday 24th April 2015 and five valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

T&C’s
• 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.
• 5 winners will each win 1x Open Windows on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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88 Comments

  1. hard to look past sin city to be honest. he is really creepy in that. eternal sunshine and the ice storm are really good films too (and wood is actually really good in both of them) but his character in sin city just stays with you.

  2. Everything Is Illuminated starring Eugene Hutz-“This is Sammy Davis Jr. Jr… She is Grandfather’s Seeing Eye bitch. Father purchased her for him not because he believes Grandfather is blind, but because a Seeing Eye bitch is also a good thing for people who pine for the opposite of loneliness. In truth, Father did not purchase her at all, but merely retrieved her from the home for forgetful dogs. Because of this, she is not a real Seeing Eye bitch, and is also mentally deranged.”

  3. Maniac! He was so unsettling and awesome in it. It’s really cool that he’s a big horror fan as well, overall the movie was fantastic

  4. I loved Elijah Wood in the Lord of The Rings films (loved the books while I was growing up, and thought the movie adaptations were close to perfect), also, Everything Is Illuminated – another great adaptation of a fantastic book.

  5. Going to have to go with Sin City actually, although only an enlarged cameo, his blank faced killer Kevin was very unsettling and made a real break from the LOTR Trilogy,

  6. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. A really good screenplay and great performances from Jim Carrey and co.

  7. The Lord of the Rings series. He wasn’t the Hobbit I’d had in my head when I first read the books, but now that I’ve seen him in the role of Frodo, no-one else will do!

  8. I though Elijah Woods was brilliant in ‘The War’ I think he made the film as Stu Simmons. He portrays his relationship with his father (Kevin Costner) thoughtfully and sensitively and very believably.A lovely film

  9. The Good Son, because it was clear he could go on to have a long career, and seeing ‘the Home Alone cute kid’ as a psycho brat was scary in a psychological sense!

  10. Green Street im not a football fan or a hooligan but this movie is so brilliantly written and very well acted.

  11. Lord of the Rings – I loved the books, and didn’t really expect much from the films, but I was plesantly surprised!

  12. As a huge Tolkien fan it is hard not to go for The Two Towers but Sin City just edges it as it is a totally un-Frodo like performance that shows his depth as an actor.

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