Launched this month, FrightFest Presents is a fantastic new horror DVD label established for horror fans by horror fans. Set up by the legendary UK FrightFest organisers Alan Jones, Ian Rattray and Paul McEvoy, the new label is committed to bringing us the best horror DVDs around, with top quality transfers, terrific extras and gorgeous packaging.
Their first two releases are Dead Meat, the low-budget Irish zombie film that went down a storm at this year’s FrightFest event (see our report on the weekend here), and the French black magic film, Malefique.
To celebrate the launch of the label, distributors Revolver have kindly given us two sets of both DVDs to give away to two lucky winners. All you have to do to stand a chance of winning is answer the simple question below, enter your email address and press submit.
The competition closes on Thursday November 10th 2005, and we will select two winners at random who will be notified the following day by email. Entrants must be aged 18 or over to enter the competition. Unfortunately for this competition we can only accept entries from the UK.
For more information on FrightFest Presents, and their upcoming releases including Eyes of Crystal and Tears of Kali, visit the official website at www.frightfestpresents.com.
French film Malefique (2002) is crammed with terror and blood-soaked suspense as four life prisoners find a diary of black magic spells offering freedom. Unfortunately, uttering the breakout incantation confines them to an even more hellish limbo where their vanity is further tested by an evil presence granting each a solitary wish.
Dead Meat (2004) is the first Irish horror film with mad cows and even madder zombies. A nasty infection spreads from slaughtered animals to humans causing the dead to rise and feast on the living in the splatter shock discovery of the year, one you'll just eat up.
Dead Meat features zombies and what type of mad animal?
23rd Mar 04 Forget the Ed Gein movie – this is where its at. Deranged is darkly hilarious but also deeply disturbing account of the nefarious activities of the same person, but is executed with much more skill than the Ed Gein movie.