Win DVD copies of Jekyll and Hyde and Silent Scream
18th Sep 06
Revolver Entertainment are releasing two new horror titles on September 25th, namely Jekyll + Hyde and Silent Scream, and because they're so nice, they've given us two copies of each film to give away in our brand new competition.
All you have to do is answer the question below, enter your name and email address and press submit. Then sit back and wait until the competition closes on September 28th (or thereabouts) and we will then draw two winners at random who will both win a copy of each film on DVD.
As always with DVD comps, this competition is only available to residents of the UK (sorry).
Silent Scream - When a college class volunteers to help their Psychology Professor with his research, they are rewarded with a winter weekend retreat at his remote island cottage. A short break, partying at Professor Barrenís cottage, sounds like a great excuse to go wild, get drunk, get laid and party. But as the weekend warms up, one by one the friends begin to disappear.
As each classmate vanishes, their friend Nicole struggles to understand who is after them and why she has escaped... until now. One of the most shocking U.S. horror movies of the year, Silent Scream will leave you breathless.
Jekyll + Hyde - This modern re-telling of the classic tale sees a group of medical stuents experimenting with the chemical make-up of ecstasy.
Their aim is nothing more than an adolescent attempt to create a drug that will adapt and enhance their personalities and in doing so make them the popular and successful people that they crave to be.
With no choice but to test the drug on themselves they quickly uncover a new and horrific side to their personalities.
The question is, can they control their creation, or will the drug destroy them from within? Prepare yourself for a double-dose of chemically imbalanced terror! Features music from Kasabian and Tom McRae.
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