We’ve teamed up with the world’s biggest movie makers to bring you the latest Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital Download releases you can buy, watch, own and keep for the perfect Movie Weekender.

Staying in is the new going out and what’s better than chilling out and watching a great film? Absolutely nothing! Movie Weekender aims to celebrate your love of the movie watching lifestyle – be that the latest new releases, re-discovering those forgotten favourites or the ones you may have missed first time around. And to make sure you’re downloading or buying your movie legally, you can visit www.findanyfilm.com where you can find any film of your choosing… How helpful is that?!

With the never ending heatwave this summer, we’re all trying to find ways to cool down. Well we have the answer… We’ve got our hands on the ultimate DVD bundle featuring movies to cool down with – think ice, snow, and all around wintery feels. So get out of the sun, pour an ice cold drink, stick on a fan and enjoy the coolest films available now on Digital Download, DVD and Blu-ray™.

For your chance to win this BRRR-illiant bundle containing Eddie the Eagle, The Snowman, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Blades of Glory, Ice Age Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, and Happy Feet simply answer the question below…


What is the most popular film-watching snack?

A. Popcorn

B. Pizza

C. Chocolate digestive biscuits

Keep up to date with the latest Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download releases you can buy, watch, own and keep for the perfect Movie Weekender at www.findanyfilm.com. Like @MovieWeekender on Facebook and follow @MovieWeekender on Twitter. Join the conversation via the hashtag #MovieWeekender

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  1. UK entrants only
  2. 2 winners will be picked
  3. No alternative prize is available

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