Thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win copies of the first two releases from new horror label Frightfest Presents, the Irish mad cows and zombie horror Dead Meat (see our review here) and French Black Magic chiller Malefique (see our review here), with thanks to Revolver Entertainment.
We've now drawn the winners, so congratulations to Evan Lapka and Sharon Chambers. We'll be in touch with you both shortly by email for your addresses to post the DVDs to. Stay tuned for more competitions, including two new DVDs from FrightFest Presents, coming soon.
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.
2nd Mar 05 This movie involves a lot of talking and a lot of walking around, opening doors, then walking a bit further, opening another door, then wiping off dirty hands, then perchance a glimpse of nudity with no follow-through.