UPDATE: Contest Closed! Thanks to everyone who entered; sorry we didn’t have discs for all of you. Halloween approaches! And what better way to enjoy the October season that with horror movies! Fortunately for you, Warner Brothers is giving away a set of their latest Blu-ray horror titles, just in time to fill your treat bag for Halloween night! The four discs are CHERNOBYL DIARIES (released today), DARK SHADOWS (released October 2), HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS and NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS (scheduled for October 30).
One lucky winner will receive all four discs. For your chance to win, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “WBHalloween” in the subject line, and answer this question:
What romantically inclined supernatural femme fatal from the original DARK SHADOWS soap opera appeared in the recent DARK SHADOWS feature film and in NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS but not in HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS?
Please include your name and address so that we can send the discs to you. We are not able to ship to PO Box addresses, and the winner must be within the United States.
Eliza Dushku, who voiced Selina Kyle, presents this DC Showcase CATWOMAN clip from BATMAN YEAR ONE for MTV.
BATMAN: YEAR ONE is due out on DVD and Blu-Ray October 18th from Warner Bros. Home Video., and includes the 15 minute short.
Here’s a sneak peek at BATMAN: YEAR ONE from Warner Brothers Home Video’s DC Universe direct to video line.
Based on the DC comic book by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.
Co-directed by Sam Liu and Lauren Montgomery, the voice cast incluses Ben McKenzie as Batman, Bryan Cranston (BREAKING BAD) as Lt. James Gordon, Eliza Dushku (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, and Katee Sackhoff (BATTLESTAR GALACTICA) as Detective Sarah Essen.
Due out Septembet 27th.
Want to own a high-definition copy of THE EXORCIST? Thanks to Warner Brothers Home Video, you can enjoy an evening of Halloween horror at home, shivering in fear over the plight of Regan Theresa MacNeil. All you have to do to win a Blu-ray disc/digital download of the 1973 classic is send an email to email@example.com. Write “The Exorcist” in the subject line; include your full name and address; and include a sentence or two about why you think THE EXORCIST is the greatest horror movie ever made. The contest runs until midnight, October 31 (Halloween night). THE EXORCIST recently made its Blu-ray debut in a 2-Disc Edition featuring high-def transfers of the original 1973 Theatrical Version and the 2000 Extended Director’s Cut. The film is also available via digital download from iTunes with bonus material. The extra features include TO HELL AND BACK, the fine new documentary about the making of THE EXORCIST. Besides interviews with cast and crew, TO HELL IN BACK includes fascinating never-before-seen screen tests and behind-the-scenes footage shot by cinematographer Owen Roizman on the set, depicting how many of the effects were done. UPDATE: The contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated!