Win a package of the latest At The Movies releases on limited edition vinyl.
Win a package with all three of our latest releases:
1x The Place Beyond The Pines: limited edition of 1000 copies on translucent red coloured vinyl.
1x A Fantastic Woman: limited edition of 1000 copies on translucent pink coloured vinyl.
1x Midsommar: limited edition of 1000 copies on white & red marbled vinyl.
This is the ultimate giveaway for any movie addict!
What do you have to do to win?
Go to the Facebook or Instagram post of this giveaway and tag the person in the comments you'd love to watch
these movies with.
You can enter this giveaway until October 26th. The next day, we'll choose a winner.
A Fantastic Woman (Spanish: Una mujer fantástica) is a 2017 drama film directed by Sebastián Lelio and written by Lelio and Gonzalo Maza. Matthew Herbert is an award-winning composer, artist, producer and writer. He has had work commissioned by the Royal Opera House, the BBC and has remixed iconic artists such as Quincy Jones, Ennio Morricone and been a longtime collaborator of Bjork's, but he is best known for working with sound, turning ordinary or so-called found sound in to electronic music.
Midsommar is a folk horror film written and directed by Ari Aster. It follows a couple (played by Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor) and their friends who travel to Sweden for a festival that occurs only once every 90 years, only to find out that it's part of a Scandinavian pagan cult. The score was created by Bobby Krlic, a.k.a. the Haxan Cloak, who has also produced for Father John Misty, Goldfrapp, Troye Sivan, Björk and many more.
The Place Beyond the Pines is Derek Cianfrance 2012 crime drama film. The critically acclaimed film reunites Cianfance and Ryan Gosling, whom had previously collaborated on 2010's Blue Valentine. It also stars Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Rose Byrne and Ray Liotta. Mike Patton, American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist best known as the lead singer of the alternative metal/experimental rock bands Faith No More and Mr. Bungle, delivers a sweeping and brooding score. Like a red thread, his music guides the audience through this multi-generational story often linking characters and locations.