Elliot Goldner’s The Borderlands (2013) is a knowingly familiar yet subversive British found-footage horror with enough fresh twists to satisfy devoted fans of handheld bumps and jumps. Comparable to the finest works of Britshock directors Robin Hardy and Ben Wheatley, an ancient evil once again stirs in dear old Blighty. To celebrate the home entertainment release of The Borderlands this coming Monday (7 April), we have THREE DVD copies of the film to give away to our horror-loving readers, courtesy of the fantastic 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.
The Borderlands follows a team of specialists from the Vatican who are drawn to a remote West Country church by reports of mysterious occurrences in the area. Though Father Crellick (Luke Neal) has video footage of items apparently being moved around inside the church by supernatural forces, Deacon (Gordon Kennedy) and Father Mark Amidon (Aidan McArdle) are sceptics by nature and want more conclusive evidence. They duly set up more cameras inside the ancient building, but are the noises coming from inside the walls a source of greater concern?
The Borderlands star Robin Hill is known for his work with which British director?
a) Dexter Fletcher
b) Shane Meadows
c) Ben Wheatley
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Elliot Goldner’s The Borderlands is released on DVD from Monday 7 April, courtesy of Metrodome Distribution.
This competition closes at 6pm on Thursday 10 April 2014.
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