Gory British horror Before Dawn (2012) was born from an argument between husband and wife Dominic Brunt and Joanne Mitchell. The film’s original concept came from two opposing opinions of what makes a good zombie movie, and what frequently makes a bad one – namely, what’s missing and what needed adding to. To celebrate the DVD release of filmmaker and actor Brunt’s flesheater flick, we have THREE copies of the film to give away to our readership on DVD, courtesy of the generous team at Metrodome Distribution. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven’t already, ‘Like’ us at facebook.com/CineVueUK or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.
Alex (Brunt) and Meg’s (Mitchell) marriage is hanging by a thread. The solution seems simple – a romantic holiday to an idyllic cottage in the Yorkshire Dales. However, an opportunity for love and affection soon takes an unexpected turn – into a fierce fight for survival as it becomes clear that they’re not alone in this rural haven. What starts off as a gripping psychological drama between a struggling married couple, suddenly descends into a shocking, non stop gruesome nightmare. As panic and confusion sets in, Alex and Meg have to confront the fears within themselves and face a desperate fight for survival.
To be in with a chance of winning one of THREE DVD copies of Before Dawn, just answer the following simple question:
Before Dawn director and star Dominic Brunt is best-known for his role in which popular British soap opera?
a) Coronation Street
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Before Dawn is available to own on DVD from 22 February, courtesy of Metrodome Distribution.
The competition closes at 6pm on Thursday 28 February, 2013.
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