It’s a real poster bonanza for our latest competition, as we have three upcoming genre films to promote, ranging from the latest (delayed) J-Horror to a recent action remake of a popular videogame featuring aliens, big guns and The Rock.
First up though, and first prize in this comp, is a signed poster for An American Haunting, scrawled upon by the director, Courtney Solomon no less. An American Haunting is based on a true story, is released in the UK on April 14th (it opens in the US on May 5th), and stars Donald Sutherland and Sissy Spacek.
Eatmybrains saw the film recently, and can confirm it’s a nice and solid shocker, with some genuinely creepy and jaw-dropping (check out the flipping cart!) moments. We'll be publishing a review of the film and an exclusive interview with the director shortly.
Next up, to commemorate the DVD release of Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Pulse (Kairo) on March 27th from Optimum, we have two posters to giveaway to the first two runners-up. To read more about this great Japanese chiller (dubbed by some as one of the scariest films ever made), and to see trailers, read our recent news story here.
As if that isn't enough, we also have a third runners-up prize of a Doom poster, as the DVD is released soon on April 3rd from Universal. Despite a fairly dumb story, Doom is good clean fun, you can check out Jim's review of the film here.
To enter, simply answer the question below, enter your email address and press submit. As ever, this competition is unfortunately only open to the UK (we can't afford international postage yet, but if anyone wants to make a contribution to the site to help us with postage costs, they're more than welcome!), and will close on April 3rd.
We will draw four winners, and notify them by email the following day.
An American Haunting star Donald Sutherland also starred in which classic 1970s horror film?
18th Apr 05 This scene is fantastic and it made what was already a cool-as-fuck film even cooler. Charlie sees the giant spawn (huge, slimy toothsome puppet-beast) and he works out that the spawns’ primary sense is based on what they hear.