We’re back with more goodies to give away to 3 lucky readers. This time we’ve got 3 copies of the found-footage horror film The Sigil on offer.

This time around we’re changing the way people enter our competition though. It’s more straight forward now. Rather than come up with witty captions to bag a prize, you simply have to show your support of Blueprint: Review by following us either on Twitter or Facebook then email us (subject – ‘The Sigil Competition’) your name and Twitter/Facebook handle so we can check you’re following us, along with your address so we can post the prize over if you win.

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Here’s some more information on The Sigil to let you know more about what you could win:

Unable to come to terms with the death of her brother following a freak radiation leak, Devan and her friends break into the condemned house where he and 41 others perished, months earlier. Sure of uncovering a government conspiracy, they document the whole thing on camera, but have no idea of the horror that lies waiting for them within the eerily deserted building…

DVD & Blu-Ray Release date 22nd July 2013

To be in with a chance of winning, follow us on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook, then email us (subject – ‘The Sigil Competition’) with your name, Twitter/Facebook handle (whichever you used to follow us) and postal address to: 3 winners will be picked at random when the competition has closed.

The competition is only open to residents of the UK – one entry per person and Blueprint: Review contributors are not eligible. The competition ends on 22nd July 2013 at 12pm. Winners will be contacted by email soon after that date.

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Editor of films and videos as well as of this site. On top of his passion for film, he also has a great love for music and his family.

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