It must be the cold weather we're getting over here in the UK at the moment, but we had a lot of entries, so thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win one of four offical beanie hats from the recently released (in the US at least) Uwe Boll movie.
We've now drawn the four winners, so congratulations to;
We will be in touch with you all shortly for your addresses to send the Bloodrayne beanie hats to.
If you didn't win this time, why not try entering our new competition to win one of two DVDs of the first release in the world of last year's big horror hit Wolf Creek over on our competitions page.
It's 1723 and evil rules Eastern Europe. An evil Lord Kagan has so much power that no one stands boldly against him. No one would dare try. And as great as his power is, this Kagan has an opportunity to become utterly invincible.
Three secret treasures, once united in his presence will give Kagan immortal powers of untold horror. But there is some hope. Throughout history there have always been those brave few who take up a cause for the good of mankind.
The Brimstone Society is a small, but mighty group made up of just these kinds of men and women. They have banded together to care for each other and to make themselves the avengers of the weak. To smite evil where they can and to perhaps someday restore law and order to the rest of society.
As these two forces converge, there are whispers across the land about a legend. A young and beautiful woman might harbor the secrets to defeat the mighty Kagan. Will Brimstone find her before Kagan does? If they find her, will she help them or go her own way? Even if she does help, will it be enough to defeat the evil armies of Kagan? And what is her dark secret that would make even Kagan fear her?
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