Obviously Showtime's Masters of Horror series (currently running on Bravo UK on Friday nights) is pleasing a lot of people, as we had a huge response to our recent Masters of Horror competition.
Thanks to Anchor Bay, we had three copies of the first double-disc release (it was released in the shops on March 13th) to giveaway, featuring episodes from John Carpenter (Cigarette Burns, a solid supernatural chiller that looks at the dark power and influence of cinema) and Stuart Gordon (Dream In The Witch House, a pretty good diabolical tale of madness based on a short story by legendary horror writer H.P. Lovecraft).
We've now drawn the three winners who are:
Congratulations. We will email you shortly for your addresses to send the DVDs to.
Thanks to all those who entered, and if you didn't win this time, why not try our current competition where you can win an An American Haunting poster signed by the director, as well as posters for Pulse and Doom. Enter the latest competition here.
Representing a major television event in the US when it began broadcasting on Showtime in October 2005, the Masters of Horror series is the brainchild of director Mick Garris (The Stand; The Shining).
To direct the series of 13 brand-new, one-hour films, Garris has gathered together an astonishing roster of major names from the horror genre - names that include John Carpenter (The Fog; Halloween), Don Coscarelli (Bubba Ho-Tep; the Phantasm series), Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist; The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Dario Argento (Suspiria; Tenebrae), Joe Dante (Gremlins; The Howling), John Landis (Innocent Blood; An American Werewolf In London), Stuart Gordon (From Beyond; Re-Animator), Larry Cohen (Q: The Winged Serpent; It's Alive), Lucky McKee (The Woods; May), John McNaughton (Wild Things; Henry; Portrait Of A Serial Killer), William Malone (FeardotCom; House On Haunted Hill), Takashi Miike (One Missed Call; Ichi The Killer) and Garris himself.
Scheduled to be released on a bi-monthly basis beginning in March 2006, each new Anchor Bay UK volume will be a two-disc edition featuring two films from the series, both packed with a host of exclusive extra features including interviews with the directors, audio commentaries, behind the scenes featurettes and much more
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