*CLOSED* Win Doctor Who: The Moonbase on DVD

Thanks to our pals at Roadshow we've got 3 copies of Doctor Who: The Moonbase on DVD to give away. 

In 2070 Earth's weather is controlled with ease from the Moon. When the TARDIS arrives at the Moonbase, the Doctor, along with his friends Polly, Ben and Jamie, is accused of starting a plague that is killing off the base's crew. It's not long, however, before the time travellers discover the true cause of the deaths - a powerful, unstoppable race that the Doctor has never met before: the Cybermen.

All you have to do is fill out the form below and you're in the running to win one of these awesome prize packs. Don't forget, you can get yourself a bonus entry just by following us on Twitter or liking us on Facebook!


Entries close 11:59pm on Sunday 9th February 2014. Your details will not be used in any way other than for the delivery of your prize. Geek of Oz and Roadshow do not take any responsibility for the loss, damage or delay of/to prizes sent to winners (blame Australia Post for that one). The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered upon. One entry per person, subsequent entries will be void. Incorrect answers will be void. 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. Geek Of Oz take no responsibility for head explosions caused by utter awesomeness. 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!


  1. would be great if the form actually worked!

    1. Seems to be working fine on our end and we've got more than 200 entries so far. Is it still not working after reloading that page a few times? If you're still having trouble, please let me know.

  2. Doesn't work for me either, have tried both Firefox and Chrome


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