Win a blood-red i-Pod and 3 copies of The Hamiltons
27th Jun 07
In the tradition of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes, Lions Gate invites you to meet The Hamiltons...
Directed and written by The Butcher Brothers, The Hamiltons is a great little indie horror film, and to celebrate it's UK DVD release on July 2nd, Lions Gate have kindly given us a blood-red i-Pod to give away, as well as 3 copies of the film on DVD to the runners-up.
To stand a chance of winning, simply enter your name and email address below, answer the (fairly tricky) question and press submit. The competition will close on July 9th, and we will select four winners at random the following day. Unfortunately, due to DVD licensing laws we can only accept entries from people over 18 who live in the UK and Eire.
Directed by the rising stars of horror - The Butcher Brothers (Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores), The Hamiltons is a dark and disturbing tale of an average small town family hiding a dark and disturbing secret.
When four siblings arrive in a new town after mysteriously losing their parents, they seem like a regular family next door, that is until people start disappearing.
The eldest brother David takes up the role of head of the family, whilst the younger more rebellious twins Wendall and Darlene become increasingly dark and conniving in their behaviour. Francis, the youngest and most sensitive, is the only one who seems to be normal.
The Hamiltons are doing their best to settle in… even though they’ve got two local girls bound and gagged in the basement.
The Hamiltons (18) is released by Lions Gate Home Entertainment in the UK on July 2nd, priced at £15.99.
- Commentary with Directors The Butcher Brothers and Actor Cory Knauf
- Deleted Scenes
The Butcher Brothers have announced they are working on a new project based around which day?
31st Mar 05 HGL has his characters simply play with human organs / intestines / eyes in sockets close-up needlessly and for longer than is necessary, if indeed it was necessary at all, which it isn't. Like close-up...