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WIN THE ULTRA HD BLU-RAY EDITION OF ALAN PARKER’S CLASSIC THRILLER ANGEL HEART

Starring Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro and Lisa Bonet, ANGEL HEART follows private investigator Harry Angel (Rourke) who is hired by Louis Cyphre (De Niro) to track down a singer named Johnny Favorite.  The investigation soon takes an unexpected and sombre turn as Angel uncovers the fate and identity of Favorite, with horrifying consequences for all involved.  From the mean streets of New York to the backwoods of New Orleans, Harry finds himself being dragged into a world of sex, murder, voodoo and death. This is no ordinary case, and Harry is no ordinary detective.

The newly restored neo-noir classic ANGEL HEART (1987) will be released on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital on October 14th 2019 and is available to order here – https://scnl.co/angelheart

For a chance to win a 4K UHD Blu-ray edition simply answer the question below

Lisa Bonet starred in which US TV comedy sitcom

  1. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 
  2. The Cosby Show
  3. Diff’rent Strokes

Competition ends 10th November 2019.

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