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We are pleased to have three new Icon Home Entertainment film packs to giveaway, each of which includes a copy of sci-fi epic Ender’s Game and the debaucherous and controversial Filth on Blu-ray. Please Note: Filth is rated R 18+. You have been warned! Click through the links above for our respective reviews.

To enter, please answer the following request in our comments section below.

Tell us the most horrendous, horrible, stupid or irresponsible thing you have done in your life? (Not necessarily “filthy”… let’s keep this PG. And nothing incriminating, of course….)

This competition will close on April 9th. Make sure you use a valid email when you register with Disqus before posting your comment so we can email you if you are one of our winners. If you choose to enter by logging in with your Facebook account, your email is not required.

Our thanks to the fine folks at Icon Films for enabling this competition, and good luck to everybody!

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  • PerfectionShaun

    The most horrendous, horrible, stupid AND irresponsible thing I hav ever done was run away from a perfectly good home because my girlfriend at the time had issues at her house and my parents didn’t like her (and later I realised for good reason) so I thought the best thing to do was dissapear for 6 months.

  • Aaron Cox

    As an innocent, naive 10 y/o I was blinded by my affinity to the DC universe and made the biggest mistake of my life, to this day I regret my decision as it has resulted in many sleepless nights, night terrors and serious trust issues. It is my kryptonite….it was………..*sob*……..BUYING SUPERMAN 64.

  • Rebecca Costa

    My stupid thing I did over 15 years ago was give two men strangers a lift from one pub to another.

  • Jade o

    We all have dreams as a child and 5 year old me wanted to be a carpenter like dad. So my folks bought me a tool kit… Which resulted in me not only cutting down the trees at the front but also putting hammer holes in the wall and finally… Cutting up all of my baby photos and super gluing and nailing them to my bedroom wall.

  • Paul

    In my first year of highschool, for the first term, every week on a Thursday afternoon, I would put my phone on loudspeaker and dial a children’s hotline. With my friends around me, I would pretend to be a young kid and concoct a weird and often disturbing tale for the operator. Like finding and eating condoms, enacting child abuse over the phone, asking about stealing, paedophilia. I feel so so sorry for the operators that listened to me. And I apologise for every child that needed that hotline so much more. But gosh I was a irresponsible little twat back then.

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  • Isaac Sargent

    At the age of about 14 I decided to watch a certain film. All the signs pointed to a positive experience:
    1. It starred Nicolas Cage, Oscar Winning Actor!
    2. It starred Ellen Burstyn, Oscar Winning Actor and starred in The Exorcist!
    3. A single critic on the back cover said it was good!
    So, I picked it up and watched it… One movie later I was curled up on the floor, sucking my thumb and wailing like a baby. When I was asked what was wrong I went on a brutal and shocking rant about Nicholas Cage in a bear suit randomly punching a woman in the face, an alternate ending involving bees and a nonsensical plot that defies all logic and reason. To this day I consider it one of the worst films of all time, alongside The Room (a hilarious ‘disasterpiece’), Plan 9 From Outer Space, Batman & Robin, Movie 43, The Last Airbender and Dragonball: Evolution, the film that murdered my childhood!!!
    I apologise for that rant… now if you’ll excuse me, I have to return some videotapes…

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  • Alex Williams

    I’ll go for the horrendous option. I agreed with my girlfriend to watch the entire Twilight saga back to back on Christmas day, how bad could it be I thought, a bunch of werewolves and vampires and surely it would win me loads of brownie points. How wrong could I be? By Christmas night I was a delirious mess driven to insanity by soppy teens making googly eyes at each other. I didn’t care how many brownie points I’d won as I was in no fit state to use them. It’s taken months of counselling and drugs just for me to even consider watching a movie again.

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  • Cian

    I’ll go for irresponsible – many years ago, after a night with a fair few drinks, I was scheduled to do a parachute jump. As I’m petrified of heights I couldn’t eat that day. The weather was up and down, and it wasn’t until 4pm before I go to do my jump. With only water to sustain me. Well after jumping out of the plane, I can tell you that I started to faint – the black dots appeared and got larger and larger, my head started to fall and I told the instructor on my back. He told me not to faint that if I did, given that he was much shorted than I, that when we landed I would break my legs.

    That was all I needed to wake back up, but when we did land, my legs just went from underneath me and I landed on a heap, and of course I have the video to prove it!

    So there we go – never parachute jump on an empty stomach!

  • mattm

    I did something pretty horrendous and horrible once. While working as a waiter to help with my student bills I had an obnoxious group of business men who ordered a $900 bottle of wine. Once we’d done the whole opening at the table, tasting and pouring etc, brought it back to the wine station and and furtively poured in a half cup of urine I’d prepared specially for them ! I’m not proud but it still gives me smug satisfaction to this day. And they continued to pontificate about how amazing the wine tasted !

  • Congratulations to the following people:

    Alex Williams
    Isaac Sargent
    Paul

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