Win ‘Barely Lethal’ on Blu-ray!

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Oscar® nominees Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Pitch Perfect 2) and Samuel L Jackson (Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained) team up with Jessica Alba (Fantastic Four, Sin City) in the outrageous teen comedy Barely Lethal.

To celebrate the film’s release to rent and own on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday 26 October, we’ve got Blu-rays to give away to three of our Twitter followers!

Barely Lethal

For a chance to win, just follow @CultBoxTV on Twitter and retweet this tweet:

Megan Walsh (Steinfeld) isn’t your typical teenager! Trained as a special ops agent under the tutelage of the ruthless Maxwell Hardman (Jackson) in the elite secret training programme known as the Prescott School for Girls, she’s never even set foot in an average high school.

But Megan yearns for an ordinary adolescence and she’s determined to have just that. After faking her own death during an international mission she adopts the role of a Canadian exchange student and throws herself into normal school life.

But it isn’t long before Megan realises that high school politics are far harder to master than international espionage. Falling prey to the cunning high school cool kids her enthusiasm to fit in marks her out as an outsider, and when her hilarious attempt at being a football mascot goes viral her innocent façade proves even harder to maintain and an old enemy is soon back on the scene…

This competition has now closed. The winners are Christopher Phillips from Milton Keynes, Julie Baxter from London and Amanda Ross from Uckfield.

Terms & Conditions: Employees and contributors of and their families are not eligible to enter. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize may not be transferred to any other person. No cash alternative or alternative prize is available on entrant’s request, but in the event of the advertised competition prize being unavailable we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. Entry in the competition implies acceptance of these rules.