Blu-ray Monday – The Girl on the Train

The girl on the trainFor this week’s Blu-ray Monday, we’re giving away the chilling drama, The Girl on the Train. Based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins which took the world by storm in 2015, you’ll be able to take the home the critically-acclaimed movie on Blu-ray from February 6th 2017.

Devastated by her recent divorce, Rachel (Emily Blunt) spends her daily commute fantasising about the lives of a seemingly perfect couple she spies through a house window. But on witnessing a shocking event one morning, she becomes deeply entwined in the dark mystery which unfolds.

Blu-ray special features include exclusive deleted and extended scenes, a discussion with author Paula Hawkins on the transition from page to screen, as well as audio commentary from director Tate Taylor.

As usual, there are two opportunities for you to win this week. Just retweet the article using the button above for your first entry. Then for a second entry, leave a comment in response to the following question:

We’ve seen plenty of great thriller novels transformed into breath-taking films. David Fincher took Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl and created a visual spectacle, whilst screenwriter and director Rowan Joffé’s brought S.J. Watson’s chilling Before I Go to Sleep gave S. J. Watson’s book to the big screen. Our question to you is, which thriller should be next in line for the big screen treatment? Could it be Helen Callaghan’s unsettling best-seller, Dear Amy? Or perhaps you think that New York Times bestseller Lisa Lutz’s The Passenger should be given the Hollywood make-over? You could also choose Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling, or Terry Hayes’ I Am Pilgrim. Comment below with your answer.

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73 Comments

  1. I’d like to see a pacey thriller I read last year called Black Eyed Susan’s made into a film.
    @MelDaniels77

  2. In a somewhat similar vein to ‘The Girl On The Train’ I’d love to see ‘Swimming Lessons’ by Claire Fuller bought to the big screen.

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