Win Copies of Richard Kelly's The Box

DVDs to win of the latest twister from the 'Donnie Darko' director

by | February 25, 2010 | Comments


If there’s one thing Richard Kelly knows how to do well, it’s mess with his audience’s minds. The director of cult favourite Donnie Darko and twisted apocalypse trip Southland Tales returns with his third feature The Box, a Twilight Zone-style thriller that pits a young couple (James Marsden and Cameron Diaz) against fate when they are presented with a device by a mysterious stranger. Will they or won’t they push the button, killing someone they don’t know to get a cash prize? And is there a greater conspiracy behind it?

To mark the release of The Box on DVD and Blu-ray, Icon and Rotten Tomatoes are giving you the chance to win a copy of the film. To win, tell us in 25 words or less what your favourite sci-fi thriller is, and why. Send your answers, along with your mailing address, to: The Box Giveaway.

Entries close Monday, Thursday, March 4. Winners will be notified by mail. Please note that the contest is open to Australian residents only.

The Box is available on DVD and Blu-ray from March 3.

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