Monday, 15 September 2014

Giveaway #420 : Win a Ghostbusters poster and Ghostbusters I & II Blu-ray - closed - winner Christian Porter


From September 1 fans will be able to own the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray™ and a two-disc Blu-ray box set, which includes the Ghostbusters II 25th Anniversary Edition, debuting on Blu-ray. Both films have been fully restored and remastered in 4K and will be presented in high definition on Blu-ray from those 4K sources.

Both the Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters I & II Blu-rays come loaded with exclusive bonus materials, including revealing conversations with director Ivan Reitman and Dan Aykroyd, as well as never-before-seen deleted scenes from Ghostbusters II and more. The Ghostbusters anniversary edition features the original music video of the Oscar® nominated song “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr., while Ghostbusters II includes the original music video for “On Our Own” by Bobby Brown. In addition, Ghostbusters will contain all previously released legacy content, commentary and an interactive Slimer Mode, offering fans a picture-in-picture graphical viewing experience.

The Blu-ray™ Anniversary Editions of GHOSTBUSTERS and GHOSTBUSTERS I & II are available now

GHOSTBUSTERS has been restored and remastered in 4K and will be returning to cinemas for one day only across the UK on October 28th.

The poster can be bought at: www.pyramidshop.com

To celebrate the special 30th anniversary Blu-ray™ release of Ghostbusters, I’ve teamed up with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to give one lucky winner a Ghostbusters poster and copy of Ghostbusters I & II on Blu-ray! Fill in your entries in the rafflecopter widget below.

UK only. Closing date : 29/9/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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181 comments:

  1. The music! I was a huge fan of Bros, Kylie, Jason Donovan etc!

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  3. Playing with my toys and having no worries in the world :)

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  4. Internet Matters - keep your kids safe and 'appy ! - commented

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  5. commented on Science4you Soap Factory review

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  6. My favourite thing was being in my 20's ;))

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  7. cabbage patch dolls and rainbow brighte

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  8. I loved Adam and the Ants, my daughter has my records now which I find quite amusing. I feel old!!

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  9. The music. Having the social life, and energy to enjoy the music (Fashions etc).

    Rachel Craig

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  10. I commented on blog :- Kusadasi diaries Watermelon Festival.

    Rachel Craig

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  11. My roller skates! loved them, didn't like the bruises so much though!

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  12. The music and my face looked younger than it does now!

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  13. Bon Jovi, Poison and other similar glammed up bands of the same ilk
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  14. The music and films - I got married in the 1980's too!

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  15. the music, it was the era that i was brought up in

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  16. The Rubiks cube! still cant do it.

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  17. Going to college and the music,especially Wham!

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  18. It has to be the music. The 80's was when I fell in love with Wham and George Michael.

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  19. Watching the original starwars at cinema for the first time :)

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  20. The dance music - I still love it :)

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  21. I wax quite young in the 1980`s and was addicted as most people to the Rubiks Cube. I loved that silly device.

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  22. My grifter bike, went everywhere on it, to think it only had three gears!!! Lol

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  23. The music. It's probably my favourite from any decade.

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  24. The Music, oh wow the music was awesome xx

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  25. Being young and carefree with no bills to pay!

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  26. Wearing a smiley T-shirt with a dummy around my neck to the club and thinking i looked `cool`.

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  27. The fact I was born in the 80's! :D

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  28. The great cartoons and children's shows

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  29. The music. Duran Duran, spandau ballet, etc

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  30. The music!!! Wham, Duran Duran,UB40 what more did you want!!

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  31. Listening to Duran Duran in my bedroom

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  32. My spectrum computer
    Malcolm Wood

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  33. Seeing the new romantics around town.

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  34. I used to love all the american tv shows - Different Strokes, The Cosby Show, The Wonder Years, Fraggle Rock, Alf and loads of others

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  35. Watching Knight Rider after getting home from 7-11 club.

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  36. it has to be the legendary music :)

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  37. Having two lovely children

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  38. Have commented on Fab Freebies of the week 20/09/2014

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  39. The movies! They dont make films like they did back then anymore! Top Gun, Footloose, The Goonies........

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  40. that my daughters were born !

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  41. Our kids tv! Chocoblock, GoinG Live, Family Ness and Muppet Babies were my faves!
    Helen booth

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  42. Playing out for hours with friends!!!

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  43. Linda F McGarrigle24 September 2014 at 17:30

    The fashion, big bold and beautiful...loud and proud all the way :-D

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  44. The freedom of life

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  45. I commented on Cooking with Quark

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  46. The music! I was a huge fan of Bros - leanne w

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  47. I was born in '88 sooooo I din't see much of it!! x

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  48. The film's, nothing like a good Brat Pack flick

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  49. I know it's wrong but I love the big hair and ra-ra skirts

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  50. The music, the fashion, the nights out, my son (born in '80s), all of it fab!

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  51. I'd have to say the films, there were some classic movies out in the 80's, and Ghostbusters is definately up there.

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  52. It has to be the Goonies - absolute legend of a film :)

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  53. 2 kids, I dont like them but I love them.

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  54. long school holidays and the awesome music

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  55. Meeting my late husband & giving birth to our three sons

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  56. Spending time with my wife before she became ill and later died.

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  57. The rubiks cube, drove me crazy but was fun

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  58. kids tv shows and toys such as care bears, my little pony and get along gang :D

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  59. My orange spotty leggings !!

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  60. The films, great time for cult classics

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  61. I commented on your blog (Kim Styles) Getting back into school routine with the Birds Eye #Afterschoolchefs Challenge

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  62. Going on my Grifter bike doing my paperrounds.

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  63. The music, particularly Adam Ant and Spandau Ballet

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  64. Being in my twenties!
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  65. Having an amazing time at college and meeting the friends I still have today

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  66. Puffball Skirts
    Claire D

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  67. The greatest musical decade ever

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  68. Michelle Hollingsbee28 September 2014 at 17:35

    The fashion! Loved my ra-ra skirt

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  69. The cheesy music!!

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  70. Well just being in my twenty's, i had the world at my feet and able to go to pubs

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  71. Commented on Introducing the newest Coke - Coca Cola Life !

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  72. I was born in the eighties, loved the cartoons x

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  73. All the kids tv programmes in the 80s were fab, much better than today!

    kirstyjfox AT yahoo DOT com

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  74. Oh my fav ra ra skirt....and my MC Hammer happy pants! God I was cool....oh and the crimpt hair!

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  75. Penny Sweets and saturday morning tv - I'm sure the weather was better too

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  76. Solving my Rubik's Cube by peeling off and resticking all the little sticky squares!

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  77. Movies
    From @catrionanation

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  78. the music, the movies, the hairstyles!

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  79. Being at University

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  80. The music - fab to grow up to!

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  81. Playing with my ever growing collection of star wars toys! And watching them too!

    trevor linvell

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  82. The clothes! They look awful in pictures now, but at the time I loved them!

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  83. Knight Rider. Shakin Stevens, Super Mario Brothers, Bon Jovi, Alf, E.T., Transformers, Gremlins, Tiffany, Teddy Ruxpin, The A Team, Pac Man, My Two Dads, GHOSTBUSTERS, He Man, The Golden Girls, Bill and Ted, Saturday Morning Kids TV, Christina Applegate in Married With Children, Thundercats, Spiderman and his Amazing Friends, Hungry Hippos, Back To The Future.... Need I go on? The 80's was AWESOME!

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  84. smoking in pubs whilst watching live bands

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  85. Carrie Fisher in Return Of The Jedi

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  86. dance music at the end of the 80's ` soul to soul being one

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  87. 12" records - I loved the remixes

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  88. rock and roll, bon jovi, whitesnake, phil collins......

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  89. The cartoons I watched as a child like Super Ted and Dogtanian

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  90. Unfortunately I wasnt around in the 80's but I certainly have some 80's music and boy is it good!

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