*CLOSED* Win a Sinister Prize Pack From Icon

Ah, the good old "found footage" sub-genre. It works so well and for one simple reason, it grounds the events in reality and in return scares the bejesus out of me. Enter, SINISTER.

In Cinemas May 30, the new frightening supernatural thriller from the producer of the Paranormal Activity films and the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose, SINISTER stars Ethan Hawke as Elison, a true-crime writer who lacks inspiration and decides to move into a new home with his family. When he discovers a box of disturbing 8mm films in his attic, he watches a series of gruesome crimes and begins to delve further into the story. He soon uncovers a terrifying truth that could put the lives of his family and his own at risk.

Check out all of the details after the jump and remember, you can score yourself an extra entry just by following us on Twitter or liking us on Facebook!


Thanks to our friends at Icon, we have 5x SINISTER prize packs comprising of the following:

- 1x in-season double pass to SINISTER
- 1x copy of LET ME IN on DVD
- 1x copy of INSIDIOUS on DVD

All you have to do is watch the trailer, answer a simple question and fill out the form below.

Entries close 11:59pm on Monday 27th May 2013. Your details will not be used in any way other than for the delivery of your prize. Geek of Oz and Icon do not take any responsibility for the loss, damage or delay of/to prizes sent to winners (blame Australia Post for that one). This is a game of skill, incorrect answers will be void. One entry per person, subsequent entries will be void. The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered upon. One entry per person. Prizes are not redeemable for cash or any other kind of trading currency such as creds, latinum, sen, kan, zeni, double dollars or Ankh Morpork dollars. This competition is only open to Australian residents. Any questions or queries can be submitted through the comment section at the bottom of screen. Good luck!


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