Win a Free Digital Download of A Clockwork Orange

Good news for all your droogs, the 40th Anniversary edition of A Clockwork Orange was just released and in honor of this wonderful occasion, we will be giving away a digital download of the movie via iTunes. Even better, this iTunes download will not only include the movie, but will also include over 38 minutes of bonus content.

So the thing you are probably wondering is, “how do I win it?” Well it is easy, just visit the official iTunes page for A Clockwork Orange and answer the following question to enter the contest… “tell us which actors from the film are listed under CREDITS on the iTunes page?” After you have done that, email them to me at or send them to me on Facebook or Twitter. You can even use the submission form here. Just make sure you leave a way for me to contact you if you have won.

Good luck!


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5 thoughts on “Win a Free Digital Download of A Clockwork Orange

  1. vinvectrex says:

    A disturbing masterpiece…that you can now take anywhere in digital form.

  2. It is still very effective after all these years. I have never seen it on a really big screen though, I always keep my eyes open for that opportunity.

  3. Atari Adventure Square says:

    This played locally in a rep cinema last week and I got to go see it!
    Not many people showed up. And it was a low-par, scratchy print with pronounced cut-offs in-between reel changes.
    But still.

    A true classic.

  4. Atari Adventure Square says:

    It did, actually.
    Pretty much how I saw it the first time (in French version) in the 80s when it played with a few exploitation titles.
    This one stood out (obviously).

    I’m still scouring the old local papers (gotta do it at the historical center in my old teen years city) to find the original ads and help me remember what played with it (and other such eventful nights).

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