Enjoy Your Movie Weekender – Win A Bundle of DVDS For International Women’s Day


We’ve teamed up with the world’s biggest movie makers to bring you the latest Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download releases you can buy, watch, own and keep for the perfect Movie Weekender.

Staying in is the new going out and what’s better than chilling out and watching a great film? Absolutely nothing! Movie Weekender aims to celebrate your love of the movie watching lifestyle – be that the latest new releases, re-discovering those forgotten favourites or the ones you may have missed first time around.

To celebrate International Women’s Day we’re looking at some of the most empowering female characters. These inspiring protagonists shine through and show that women too can save the day and break a barrage of stereotypes in the process!

From films inspired by real life stories in Suffragette, Erin Brockovich, The Blind Side, Wild and Carol, to documentary He Named Me Malala, and original dramas such as Julie and Julia, all show powerful women in central roles, be it changing the world for the better, winning the largest settlement ever paid in a lawsuit or simply showing that passion, fearlessness and butter can conquer all… Girl power!

To make sure you have the perfect Movie Weekender, enter our competition to win a bundle of inspirational women’s DVDs to curl up and watch with your girlfriends including Suffragette, Erin Brockovich, The Blind Side, Wild, Julie and Julia, Carol and He Named Me Malala. We have 2 bundles up for grabs.

For your chance to win, simply answer the question below…

What is the most popular film-watching snack?

  1. Popcorn
  2. Pizza
  3. Chocolate digestive biscuits

Go to our Facebook page to find our competition post, and simply write your answer in the comments section to be in with a chance of winning!

The competition ends on Wednesday 22nd March at 12am.

Like MOVIE WEEKENDER on Facebook and follow @MovieWeekender on Twitter. Join the conversation via the hashtag #MovieWeekender. Check out the trailer for He Named Me Malala below:




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Former Film Editor for The Edge, second year history student, Irish dancer and film enthusiast. My biggest inspiration is by Bear Grylls. Yes Bear Grylls. Originally from West London.

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