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WIN tickets to see The Conjuring at Event Cinemas Campbelltown

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PATRICK Wilson and Vera Farmiga star in the latest nailbiting thriller to hit the big screen, The Conjuring

They play paranormal investigators who help a family terrorised by an unknown supernatural presence in their farmhouse.

Their efforts in taking on their most terrifying case yet will send you on a spine-tingling and exhilarating ride without leaving the edge of your seat.

For your chance to win one of five double passes to The Conjuring write the name of one of the film’s stars together with your name, address and daytime phone number.

The competition will be drawn on Monday afternoon and winners will be published in next Tuesday’s paper, and is only open to Macarthur area residents.

Authorised under NSW Permit No. LTPM/12/00548.

Details: eventcinemas.com.au

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