CRITICALLY acclaimed as Britain's version of the Evil Dead, if you like your horror, bloody and with bucketloads of black humour then this has to be the one for you.
Thanks to our chums at the Odeon, Brombrough we have five pairs of tickets to see new Brit horror flick - Dog Soldiers.
A Squad of British soldiers - led by Sergeant Harry Wells (Sean Pertwee) and Riflemen Lawrence Cooper (Kevin McKidd)- is sent out on manoeuvres into the remote wilds of Scotland.
They thought the worst they had to worry about was a broken radio and missing the biggest football match of the decade, but what should have been a routine military exercise turns into a nightmare.
Unexpectedly stumbling into a Special Operations Division's encampment they discover the Special Ops commander - Captain Richard Ryan (Liam Cunningham)- has been mortally wounded, the mission he and his men were on is mysteriously Top Secret and Ryan's crack unit has - literally - been torn to pieces.
Staggered by the scene of carnage and unable to get anything out of Ryan, the shocked men are led to sanctuary by local girl Megan (Emma Cleasby) - an abandoned farmhouse deep in the forest.
They are cut off and on foot in this vast, hostile wilderness.
The radio is dead.
Something is howling in the distance.
The sun is going down.
And there's a full moon.
But the farmhouse is not deserted, the table is set for dinner and something meaty is bubbling on the stove. Strange noises outside are growing closer and closer - and a peculiarly hairy family are coming home to dinner...and they're hungry.
Before you can say silver bullet, the squad find themselves fighting off a pack of seven-foot-tall werewolves with no radio back-up, no live ammunition and only each other to rely on.
Who will survive?
And what will be left of those that do?
To be in with a chance to find out, just answer the following easy question:
In the 1941 classic - The Wolf Man, who played the Wolf Man?
a) Lon Chaney Jr
b) Bela Lugosi
c) Boris Karloff
Now just e-mail your answer, along with your name, address and a contact phone number here
The closing date for the competition is 16th May 2002.
Winners will be personally notified.
Dog Soldiers is a (15) certificate, anyone under the age of 15 will not be admitted to the film.
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