Win The Girl On The Train On DVD

Plus take part in our exclusive quiz.

Based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins, the slick, dark thriller THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN arrives on home release this month when it becomes available on Digital Download from 28th January 2017 and Blu-Ray and DVD from 6th February 2017.

Travelling the same journey every day, Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) becomes infatuated infatuated with the seemingly perfect couple she sees from the window of her commuter train. Spending hours fantasising about their lives as well as her own, Rachel suddenly finds herself starkly brought back to reality when she witnesses an event on the balcony of the house. that disturbs her deeply and in that moment changes everything.

After becoming increasingly embroiled in the trials and tribulations of the couple she’ s watched from afar for so long, Rachel finds herself driven by intrigue and passion towards finding out the truth of what has really happened. She soon discovers however, that the couple’s destiny is intrinsically linked to someone from her past, and inevitably realises that the demons that have plagued her since the divorce are not what they seem.

Also starring Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 7, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies), Haley Bennett (The Equalizer, The Magnificent Seven), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers, American Psycho), The Girl On The Train is THE thriller to watch and own this Valentine’s Day.

Girl On The Train
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To be in with a chance of winning one of two DVD copies we have up for grabs, all you have to do is submit your name and address details to, remembering to quote 'The Girl On The Train' in the subject line. Competition closes on 24th February 2017.

To further celebrate the release of one of 2016's hottest thrillers, we also have an exclusive quiz which you can take part in. Press 'next' and then answer the questions to see which character from The Girl On The Train' you're most like.


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