Competitions: Win 30th anniversary Labyrinth Blu-Ray and companion book
This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of Jim Henson’s iconic fantasy film Labyrinth, which famously boasted a very young Jennifer Connelly (many years before her Academy Award) and the wonderful and much-missed David Bowie, perfectly cast as the Goblin King. Directed by Henson from a script by former Python Terry Jones, with concept art by the great Brian Froud and produced by Star Wars creator George Lucas, the film ticks all of our geek boxes wonderfully. Connelly’s selfish teen is forced on a perilous quest against the clock to rescue her baby brother from the Goblin King, traversing the eponymous Labyrinth, while the viewer is treated to some utterly ravishing visuals, special effects (that Escher-like staircase scene!) and, being Henson, also some wonderful creatures (all made for real, pre-CG days, gorgeous examples of the model and puppet-maker’s art).
For the anniversary Sony Pictures has had the film restored in ultra high-resolution 4k from the original 35mm camera negative, so we can wallow in those lavish visuals with beautiful clarity, along with a plethora of special extras, from behind the scenes featurettes to a rare on-camera interview with Connelly about the film. Titan Books also marks the thirtieth anniversary with lavishly illustrated book, Labyrinth: the Ultimate Visual History, and we have some copies of the Blu-Ray discs and the book up for grabs for a couple of lucky winners.
To be in with a chance of scoring this loot, simply email email@example.com (subject: Labyrinth) by midnight on Sunday 30th of October with your contact details and the answer to the following question: What is the name of David Bowie’s Goblin King?:
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