Thanks to everyone who entered our recent competition to win T-shirts and posters from the recent Tartan release of Satan (Sheitan), as well as other Tartan DVDs and posters.
We had over 150 entries, for this competition, but there can only be four winners. We have now drawn the winners from the EMB baseball cap, so the main winner is;
Congratulations Rosemary, a T-shirt and poster for the film Satan, as well as a poster of Doberman and a DVD copy of H6: Diary of a Serial Killer will be winging there way to you shortly.
Three runners-up will win a Satan poster and T-shirt, as well as a Doberman poster and those three are;
Well done to all four of you – expect to receive your prizes very soon. If you didn’t win this time, why not enter our fantastic new competition to win a replica sword from the film Highlander, a prize valued at over £600! Click here to enter our new competition.
The "sharp, inventive and wickedly funny"Satan (Sheitan) opened at the ICA, London on February 23rd. Read our review of Satan (Sheitan) in our Frightfest 2006 report, visit the official Satan site at www.kourtrajme.com, or visit the ICA website to book tickets.
A night out clubbing in Paris takes a nasty turn for three friends (one Vietnamese, one African, one French), when they accept the invitation of the beautiful Eve (A Ma Soeur’s Roxanne Mesquida) to celebrate Christmas by visiting her house in the country.
Once there they meet the manically grinning caretaker Joseph (a scene-stealing performance from Vincent Cassel - Irreversible, La Haine - who also has a Producer credit) who welcomes the out of town guests while his heavily pregnant wife Marie lurks upstairs.
That evening, what begins innocently as Christmas dinner turns into disturbing conversations about sex, satanic possession and evil. As the weekend progresses Joseph’s behaviour only gets more erratic and the young friends realise their host has made a demonic pact. All hell is about to break loose.
21st Mar 05 A strange goofball comedy hybrid that’s both bizarre and brilliant. Spouting from the mind of first time writer / director Jun-hwan Jeong, the film mixes genres such as kidnap drama, thriller, screwball...