UPDATE: Thanks to all those who entered - we had plenty of love for Santas in Bad Santa, Miracle On 34th Street and Santa Claus (1985). Plus an unnerving level of affection for The Santa Clause (1994)...

Anyhow the winner is... Catherine Owen! Congratulations!

What better way to celebrate the coming Christmas festivities than with a fabulous alternate take on the Santa Claus myth. 

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale is a gleefully sinister, fun and imaginative modern day reworking of the old legend, which won fans last year for its refreshingly retro ambience that harked back to the darker kids flicks of the 80s.

Fancy winning the DVD (plus some chocs to nibble whilst you watch) in time for Christmas? Then read on...

 "The lights are up in the shopping centres! The ads are on the telly! The Christmas gift guides are out! And it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas... 

 But if you're looking for an alternative to the traditional Christmas films then take a look at the wonderfully off-beat Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (out now on DVD and Blu-ray), the REAL story of Santa Claus that will have everyone believing again.... whether you've been naughty or nice! 

 On the eve of Christmas a young boy sets out to discover the truth behind several strange goings on in his small isolated village. Why have all the reindeer been slaughtered? Who took all the hairdryers and radiators? And where have all the children gone? Seal the chimney, lock the doors, hide your children because the real Santa is coming to town. 

 So forget about the Christmas shopping and have a go at winning a copy of Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale on DVD along with some chocolate treats to enjoy while you watch, courtesy of Icon Home Entertainment.

 We have a DVD with chocolate treats to give away to one lucky winner."

 For your chance to win, simply email me (james@twitchfilm.net) with your favourite movie Santa. Competition ends at midnight GMT on 3rd December 2011. You must have a UK address to enter and Twitch decision is final.

You can find out more about Rare Exports at the Rare Exports Fan Hub Site (created by Cult Laboratories).
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