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  Winners of Kichiku and A.Li.Ce announced
  Apologies again for the long delay in pulling these competitions... I'm on a roll now so will get us all up to date within a day or two and then we'll go back to a more relaxed one a week type affair.

Two great Artsmagic titles to give away here... Kichiku (the goriest film ever? Probably not, but pretty grim all the same) and A.Li.Ce. which is the complete opposite. We've got two copies of each to give away... for those who were drawn out the hat and are clever enough to know that the director of Kichiku was a student and SS10X is the name of Nero's supercomputer.

Kichiku
  • Summer Raine (Lincolnshire)

  • Dave Shields (London)


  • A.Li.Ce
  • Hassni Malik (Brighton)

  • J Taylor (Sheffield)
  •   Darren Jones [19 Oct 2004 at 22:29]
         

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