Thursday, 23 October 2014

Giveaway #431 : Win 1 of 2 Adventurer : The Curse of The Midas Box DVDs - closed - winners Rob Griffiths & Dani Elle Stewart


With enchanting performances from the outstanding cast, including Michael Sheen (The Twilight Saga), Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), Lena Headey (TV s Game of Thrones) and Ioan Gruffud (Titanic), Adventurer - released on 27th October 2014 - will take you to a rollicking, rambunctious world of fantasy and fun! 

Discover ancient mysteries, powerful evil and a fearless hero s quest through a fantastical realm of steam-powered wonders in THE ADVENTURER: THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS BOX

Seventeen-year-old Mariah Mundi s life is turned upside down when his younger brother is kidnapped from the streets of Victorian London. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, sinister strangers, deadly secrets and a long-lost artifact that grants limitless wealth but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake, Mariah will risk everything to unravel the Curse of the Midas Box!



***You can see my review of the film here.***

I have two copies of the DVD to give away to Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 6/11/14

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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84 comments:

  1. Probaby working in Lapland as a holiday rep over Christmas and New year when I was younger! Great experience - so magical!

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  2. Selling up my 1st flat and buying a tugboat to remodel into a houseboat :) thank you for the giveaway x

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  3. getting over illness hopefully

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  4. moving house and getting married within a month

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  5. I am quite excited for my upcoming trip to Liverpool, going to do the whole Beatles tour thing for my wedding anniversary, hoping it will be an adventure to remember

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  6. Travelling alone to Australia was an experience

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  7. Flying in a helicopter over the Grand Canyon. It was terrifying but a wonderful adventure.

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  8. Probably my trip to London as I booked the transport and the hotel seperately at the best possible price. Travelling around London was an experience as well especially the underground and finding my way around. Would love to do it all again sometime.

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  9. Still waiting for it to happen

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  10. Going on an adventure on a grumpy camel up a volcano in Lanzerote.It was amazing as they threw down water and it spurted straight back up as a big steam jet.

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  11. Going to the Falklands! (James Eyles)

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  12. I'm afriad I'm still waiting for it to happen :( I lead a pretty boring life lol

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  13. When I was 19 I bought a one way ticket to Spain, and went out there alone to experience a new way of life, I had no job or place to live and knew nobody there, my family freaked!
    But I made it, and lived and worked there for four years...wow

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  14. Trekking in the mountains of Nepal. It was awesome!

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  15. My greatest adventure was when I went scuba diving with Thresher sharks in the Philippines :)

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  16. My year backpacking round Australia - especially my weekend in the Blue Mountains abseiling waterfalls, canyoning & mountain biking!

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  17. commented on Jaegerschnitzel recipe, thanks

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  18. Trekking in Africa to see the mountain gorillas

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  19. Catching a one way flight to Gran Canaria when I was 18 and not coming home for over a year!

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  20. Going to Shropshire and getting lost on the hills. Scary moment.

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  21. commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Maftoul Couscous (Jordan)

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  22. Pam Francis Gregory26 October 2014 at 19:00

    I commented on Half-term fun with ALDI Halloween Specialbuys

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  23. I think my biggest adventure was getting stuck at the top of the Log Flume in American Adventure (yes, going back a few years!) with my stepchildren! It was not fun climbing down at all!!

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  24. Commented on Fun Facts about our four-legged friends (and their owners !)

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  25. leaving my job, home and moving up north to marry my lovely hubby when he was the only person i knew in Sunderland it still is a great adventure

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  26. walking back to our hotel in florida in the dark when we left the usual tourist trail and ended up in the residential area - turns out international drive is fenced off from the side roads!

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  27. I haven't done anything very adventurous but when we went to Berlin a few years back,we just kept hopping on and off trains and seeing where we ended up,that was fun.

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  28. Touring Canada in a motorhome

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  29. Abseiling with my son for charity in Dunkeld Perth it was a fantastic experience x

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  30. Being a stay at home mum to my two wonderful children :D

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  31. cycling from Edinburgh to London and wild camping en-route FAB!

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  32. taking our children to jamaica in 2012!

    @cocabellas

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  33. Having a flying lesson in a helicopter.

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  34. everyday is an adventure with my family!

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  35. Volunteering at an animal sanctuary in Africa for 2 months.

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  36. A carribean cruise to watch family get married x

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  37. Marrying a soldier at just 18 and moving to Germany with a new baby within 6 months

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  38. Touring South Africa was great fun!

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  39. My biggest adventure was 41 years in the Royal Air Force of which I spent 30 years as a crewman on Hercules Aircraft Flying over the greater amount of the western world. I could write a book on the countries I have seen and the events I have seen. Did I like my work, you bet I did. What an adventure and paid to do it.

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  40. the birth of our grandson! What an amazing experience and he has been a total joy to us all since his arrival. Im indulging my inner child whilst entertaining him lol and he has given us an excuse to go back to disneyland

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  41. I moved to a village which I was not even sure where it was so I could be nearer my grandchildren. It turned out well as I had always wanted to live in the countryside.

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  42. My biggest adventure was moving 200 hundred miles away from.family while six months pregnant to town I never been

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  43. I commented on Pure Chimp Super Soap review.

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  44. Travelling to Australia with my husband and son

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  45. Moving to Nottingham from London was the biggest ive had :D

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  46. Helping with a festival in the sahara desert

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  47. Moving from the South of the country to the North - Big Change!

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  48. Sailing all the way around Corsica .

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  49. I commented on ALDI have kickstarted my autumn-cleaning !

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  50. getting stuck in the snow on a one track country road at night, no lights at all and car stalled then wouldn't start, was like something out of a horror film.

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  51. backpacking in India - cliché but fantastic!

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  52. First year with my first baby! What an adventure! :)

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  53. Finding my way back to my hotel in Tenerife after a pub crawl and missing the bus back to the resort. Had no money left as the bus was already paid for and I didn't expect to miss it!

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  54. still waiting for that to happen

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  55. We went to Cambodia a few years ago and visited Anghor watt

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  56. Apart from getting marriedand having my three children, got to be the go ape course I went on, I'm frightened of heights and it was difficult.

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  57. Everyday life, one big adventure.

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  58. I have also commented on What's Cooking At The Madhouse? menu plan 31/10/14

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  59. when i was camping on an offshore island at univeristy

    trevor linvell

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  60. Having kids. Even more so having my baby who is now 7 months. There's a 10 year age gap between her and my second daughter!

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  61. Getting stranded at a railway station whilst returning from a camping holiday - locked myself bicycle and camping equipment in the baby changing room overnight...

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  62. Looking after my twin girls!

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  63. having my daughter :D

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  64. motor scrambling as a teenager

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  65. Travelling over to the other side of the country to view a house. Then buying it and moving within 4 weeks. We had no jobs and didn't know anybody. It was an interesting experience though :)

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  66. Commented also on New Aldi Specialbuys Outdoor Range launches today

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  67. Venturing up to Scotland this year for the first time in my life!

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  68. Commented on So what did you win in October?

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