To celebrate the release of Michael Haneke's recent release of the awesome Funny Games, Tartan kindly gave us three copies of one of their best retro-horror titles, Brian Yuzna's Society, to give away. Good taste those Tartan boys..!
Anyway, we've now drawn the three winners whose names are as follows;
Congratulations to the three of you. We will be in touch shortly. If you didn't win this time, why not enter our current competition where you can win an i-Pod shuffle and copies of Rob Zombie's Halloween on DVD.
April 4th saw the theatrical release of Michael Haneke's own personal remake of his 1997 classic Funny Games with Naomi Watts and Tim Roth. It is still playing in cinemas nationwide.
A literal shot-for-shot remake of his own acclaimed 1997 film, Funny Games is Haneke's attempt to bring his hard-hitting moral messages to a wider mainstream audience.
With the use of some Hollywood money and top actors such as Naomi Watts (her appearance was one of Haneke's main requirements for making the film) and Tim Roth, Haneke has finally been able to bring his vision to an English-speaking audience;
Michael Haneke - "When I first envisioned FUNNY GAMES in the middle of the 90s, it was my intention to have an American audience watch the movie. It is a reaction to a certain American Cinema, its violence, its naiveté, the way American Cinema toys with human beings. In many American films violence is made consumable.
However, because it was a foreign language film and because the actors were not familiar to a US audience, it did not reach its audience."
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