We've got a fantastic prize in our latest competition for you, a chance to win one of three copies of Anchor Bay's fantastic low-budget horror comedy, Freak Out which hit stores this week (Monday 29th May) a full five months before it's October US release date.
We've been raving about this film ever since we saw it two years ago (it even made our Top Ten Films of 2004 - see here), and it's brilliant news that the Bournemouth boys who made the £30,000 film in their spare time have finally got the official release they so deserve.
The double-disc DVD has been receiving some fantastic reviews in the past weeks ("shamefully enjoyable" - Hotdog, "truly inspired" - SFX Magazine), so here's your chance to find out what the fuss is all about by entering our easy-peasy competition.
Answer the question below, enter your email address, and Jumanji!, you're in with a chance of winning. Usual rules apply, you must be 15 years or over, and unfortunately we can only accept entries from the UK.
If this hasn't yet sold you on the film, why not click here to read our original review (now with updated comments on the discs extras), and then you cqan believe us that this is one of the best UK horror comedies to be released since, well, er, since Shaun of the Dead. And our praise has nothing at all to do with the fact that eatmybrains.com even get a Special Thanks mention on the closing credits! Nice one boys! Shabba!
Freak Out stars James Heathcote and Dan Palmer had a cameo appearance in which other recent UK horror-comedy film?
1st Nov 04 Above all though, it is the relationship between John and Laura Baxter which is the film’s central focus throughout, and the gradual disintegration of their relationship amidst a haze of grief.
Top Ten Horror Comics 15th Oct 04 I was never a huge fan of the 3rd film, probably because they refused to release it as The Medieval Dead (how can you turn down a name