Halloween DVD Bundle

I have 4 DVD prize packs to give away to a Halloween DVD Bundle

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Acorn Media have released four of late 2020’s best horror films to DVD and Blu-ray and now that its officially spring we’re finally allowed to get excited about the best holiday of the year, Halloween!

Led by incredible casts including Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy), Jordana Brewster (The Fast & Furious), Jay Baruchel (This is the End), Niamh Wilson (Hemlock Grove) in Random Acts of Violence and Aya Cash (The Boys), Josh Ruben (Your’re the Worst), Chris Redd (Saturday Night Live) in Scare Me these are physical titles horror fans won’t want to be without. On top of the quality of content 3 of the 4 DVD & Blu-rays offer exclusive special features!

Scare Me

Synopsis: During a power outage, two strangers tell scary stories. The more Fred and Fanny commit to their tales, the more the stories come to life in the dark of a Catskills cabin. The horrors of reality manifest when Fred confronts his ultimate fear: Fanny may be the better storyteller.

Critical Acclaim: “an absolute delight…a real gift for horror fans” – Daily Dead

Special Features: Make Cool Sh!t Podcast: Episode 1, Feel the Music, Feel the Light Music Video, Director & Cinematographer Commentary, Q&A with Aya Cash, Q&A with Josh Ruben, Outtakes, BTS Photo Gallery


Rated: M, Mature themes, drug use and coarse language

RRP: $29.95 (DVD), $34.95 (Blu-ray)

Tigers Are Not Afraid

Synopsis: A haunting horror fairy-tale set against the backdrop of Mexico’s devastating drug wars, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID follows a group of orphaned children armed with three magical wishes, running from the ghosts that haunt them and the cartel that murdered their parents. Filmmaker Issa López creates a world that recalls the early films of Guillermo del Toro, imbued with her own gritty urban spin on magical realism to conjure a wholly unique experience that audiences will not soon forget.

Critical Acclaim: “This is one terrific film, both tough and touching. Two minutes in, I was under its spell.” – Stephen King

Special Features: The Making of Tigers Are not Afraid, Director’s Commentary, Deleted Scenes, Casting Sessions, Photo Galleries


Rated: MA15+, Strong violence and coarse language

RRP: $29.95 (DVD), $34.95 (Blu-ray)


Synopsis: On an ordinary suburban street in Buenos Aires, voices are heard from kitchen sinks. Bodies are levitating. Evil is here. It is up to a doctor, her colleague, and an ex-cop to get to the bottom of this neighbourhood nightmare. Demian Rugna’s must-see TERRIFIED is one of the scariest movies of any year.


Critical Acclaim: “a Legitimately Scary, Unique, and Surprising Horror Film” – io9

Rated: MA15+, Strong supernatural themes and violence

RRP: $29.95 (DVD), $34.95 (Blu-ray)

Random Acts of Violence

Synopsis: When comic book creator Todd Walkley embarks on a road trip to a convention, people start getting killed. It soon becomes clear that a crazed fan is using Todd’s “SLASHERMAN” comic as inspiration for the brutal murders. As the bodies pile up–and Todd’s friends and family become victims themselves–Todd will be forced to take artistic responsibility.


Critical Acclaim: “visually arresting, viscerally violent and strikingly physical” – Ghastly Grinning

Special Features: Interview with Director Jay Baruchel, More Than Just a Scary Movie, Inside the Making of an Action Scene

Rated: R18+, High impact violence

RRP: $29.95 (DVD), $34.95 (Blu-ray)

Thanks to Acorn Media

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