Thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win one of three copies of Terry Gilliam's Tideland (released by Revolver Entertainment on January29th), plus an official Tideland crew fleece from the production of the film in 2004.
We've now drawn the three winners out of our squirrel hole, and can reveal that the winner, who gets the fleece and a copy of the DVD is; James Wilkes
Two runners-up each get a copy of the DVD and they are;
If you didn't win this time, why not purchase the DVD now from amazon.co.uk, or try our new competition to win one of five pairs of passes to the upcoming Lions Gate One-day Horrorthon in London on February 24th. Don't say we don't look after you...
Described as Alice in Wonderland meets Psycho, Tideland is perhaps Gilliam's most personal film since Brazil and although it will divide opinion, there's no doubting the directorial visual genius and talented acting on display. The talking doll's heads, talking squirrels and stuffed dead bodies are just added bonuses. Read our 4-star review here.
8th Jun 04 The film opens with a very similar voiceover narration to the original (see Trivia) but with different footage as we tour the furnace room, all fingernail scratches and blood-clotted hair, of the Hewitt residence.