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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:45 pm 
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Congratulations to the following winners. If you didn't win anything this time, please keep trying.

Julia's Eyes and Source Code are both here so I'll forward those straight away. Quatermass and the Pit isn't here yet, but that's because its release date was put back to 10th October (after IZ236 had gone to press). It's Optimum though -- StudioCanal I mean, I must get used to calling them that now -- so I am very confident that they'll be here in a few days.

Source Code
Carol Usher
Matt Hill
Glynis Yexley
Peter Wilson
Joe Henderson

Julia's Eyes
Przemyslaw Adam Koszucki
Andrew Mills
Erin Webster

Quatermass and the Pit
John Cotis
Matthew Lenny
Greg Walker
Duncan Sumbler
Alison Littlewood


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Yay!! Thanks Andy :D

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Quatermass and the Pit is going out with the Black Static 25 mailing, so should be with the winners in a few days.

I think that's all the prizes done. Please let me know if they arrived safely, and if you enjoyed the films.


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Julia's Eyes arrived safe and sound, many thanks Andy.

Andy


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And Quatermass has landed, thanks Andy :D

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For the record, having now seen the film, I reckon Tony Lee's appraisal of Julia's Eyes in IZ236 was spot on. Stylish yes, but overlong and with an unremarkable plot, which is allowed to develop to its necessary conclusion only because our heroine makes a quite bonkers/unbelievable decision after her eyes have been operated on. Still, certainly watchable.


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