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Competition Closes 22nd May 2013

To celebrate the release of the gripping Ultraviolet we’ve got THREE DVD copies to Give Away!



Dark forces are at work in Ultraviolet, the gripping modern-day vampire drama which comes to DVD on 22 April 2013.

Starring Smash’s Jack Davenport, True Blood’s Stephen Moyer and Idris Elba (The Wire), Ultraviolet aired on Channel 4 to rave reviews and brings the world of Vampires bang up to date as it follows the exploits of a covert government unit, who must track down and destroy Code 5 infected subjects.


Ultraviolet brings the world of Vampires bang up to date as it follows the exploits of a covert government unit, who must track down and destroy Code 5 infected


Detective Sergeant Michael Colefiel (Davenport) is unwittingly thrust into the nightmarish world of vampires when his best friend Jack (Moyer) disappears on the eve of his wedding to Kirsty (Collette Brown– Doctors, Holby+City). His investigation leads him to uncover a secret Government organisation that hunts vampires, and Jack has become one of the hunted. Michael reluctantly joins the team which includes a soldier Vaughn Rice (Idris Elba–Luther,The Wire) scientist Angela March (Susannah Harker – Waking The Dead, Intimacy) and a Catholic priest Pearse Harman (Philip Quast – The Devil’s Double, Clubland).

Armed with an artillery of the best weaponry the team investigates cases ranging from a woman who appears to be carrying a vampire child, a man who is being used
to test synthetic blood for vampires, and the outbreak of a vampire related disease at a school as well as dealing with the consequences of their job.
With a sterling cast and nail-biting stories Ultraviolet is British Sci5fi at its best.

Competition Closes 22nd May 2013

For your chance to win, simply answer this question:

Which Pirates Of The Caribbean actor stars in Ultraviolet?

A) Johnny Depp

B) Jack Davenport

C) Orlando Bloom

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