The nights are drawing in, the weather's getting colder and colder and there are Christmas tunes playing in all the shops.
Oh yes, Christmas is on it's way, but luckily for those of you who don't appreciate the sickly overdose of food, presents, family and alcohol, there's an alternative solution as Black Christmas is released on DVD on 19th November (from Pathe / Twentieth Century Fox) just in time for the festive season.
To celebrate the release of this remake of the 1974 cult classic, Pathe and Twentieth Century Fox have given us a copy of the DVD and a limited edition T-shirt to give away on eatmybrains.com.
To stand a chance of winning, simply answer the question below, enter your name and email and submit. The competition will close on November 21st, and the winner will be announced on the site the following day.
Unfortunately, we can only accept entries from people aged 15 or over who currently live in the UK or Eire. Good luck!
It’s Christmas Eve and from a sky as black as death, snow falls on the isolated Alpha Kappa Gamma sorority house. Sorority sisters, Kelli (Katie Cassidy – When a Stranger Calls), Dana (Lacey Chabert – Mean Girls), Heather (Mary Elizabeth Winstead – Die Hard 4.0), Melissa (Michelle Trachtenberg – Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and Lauren (Crystal Lowe – Final Destination 3), along with their house mother (Andrea Martin – Black Christmas (1974)), find themselves being harassed by chilling and mysterious phone-calls.
When one of the girls goes missing, their celebrations rapidly take a turn for the worse. Who is the mystery visitor picking them off one by one? It’s definitely not Santa…
The DVD also contains bonus content and never before seen footage – too bloody and too gory for the cinemas.
These include: Alternate Endings, Deleted Scenes and two shocking featurettes: May All Your Christmases be Black: A Filmmakers Journey, and What have you done?: The remaking of Black Christmas.
Who directed the original Black Christmas in 1974?
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.