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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

My first giveaway was so much fun, why don't we do it again!!!

If you missed your chance at our first DVD giveaway, well here is your chance to win a free DVD!! For giveaway number 2, I am giving one lucky reader of my blog a brand new copy of ORLOK THE VAMPIRE IN 3D! This is a newly restored 3D version of the film, NOSFERATU. The film comes complete with 2 pairs of 3D glasses, and for all you Troma fans out there, Lloyd Kaufman does and introduction on the DVD. I have not seen this version of NOSFERATU yet, but plan on watching it soon! Look for a review in the near future!

I would like to thank Quality Cheese Productions for supplying this great DVD for our give away!!

CLICK HERE to go to the Quality Cheese Productions official website
CLICK HERE to watch the preview for ORLOK THE VAMPIRE 3D
CLICK HERE to purchase ORLOK THE VAMPIRE 3D if you just cant wait to get it!
TO ENTER THE CONTEST, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
1. If you are not already, please become a FOLLOWER of this blog!

2. Leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite Vampire movie is. Be sure to leave your NAME and EMAIL ADDRESS as well so I can contact you for your shipping info if you are the winner (if valid email address is not given, I will post winners name on the site and winner will have one week to contact me with their shipping info. If prize is not claimed within one week, prize will be forfeited.)

3. Only one comment per person. Multiple comments will result in removal of all your comments therefore removing your chances of winning!

4. Contest is scheduled to end on Wednesday, Jan 27th 2010. Comments must be left by NOON Central time on 1/27/10 in order to count towards the contest. (end date subject to change based on participation)

5. Contest winner will be chosen by
random.org and must agree to let me post their name in a separate post stating who won the prize pack.

6. Due to shipping costs, contest is open to U.S. Residents only. Thank you for your understanding.


GOOD LUCK!!

34 comments:

  1. Nosferatu, Hands DOWN!

    Rhonda Kachur

    RhonnyReaper@yahoo.com

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  2. I am a fan of the Fritz Lang era and this is true Vampyre horror, looks like it was filmed in the past..creeepy!

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  3. Damn, the contest ended yesterday?? ;) Check the date on there homeslice, then count me in!

    I LOVE Mario Bava's THE WURDALAK, the second entry in Black Sabbath. Beautiful Gothic atmosphere and chilling performances!

    carlmanes@yahoo.com

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  4. As much as I love the Nosferatus, I'm gonna go with my sentimental favorite - FRIGHT NIGHT! Peter Vincent, FTW.

    The Mike
    frommidnightwithlove@gmail.com

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  5. God I'm boring. I like the 1931 original Dracula w/Lugosi. But I have a soft spot for The Lost Boys cause that's my "era"!

    Chris @ FWF

    slewfan77@hotmail.com

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  6. Thanks Carl for noting the date error!! I have it fixed now. Contest ends on 1/27. (I coppied the rules from the first contest and failed to change the date!!) Good catch!

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  7. I'm going completely left of center here as my favorite is Fessenden's Habit. An alcoholic who's wayward and completely directionless is life meets a beautiful woman that he instantly falls for. Its remarkable to him as most women don't give him the time of day (he is a sloppy drunk afterall). After a few evening encounters, he starts to wonder why it is she only wants to meet him at night. By the film's end, you start to wonder, is he imagining it all or does she really exist?

    An interesting take on the vampire movie and one that will keep you riveted throughout.

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  8. Oh, and my email address is jcorty28@gmail.com

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  9. Hard decision!

    But I am going to go with a recent vampire find and a tribute to Nosferatu - Shadow of the Vampire

    Nicole Raymond

    NMRaymond@gmail.com

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  10. I have to go with Vampire in Brooklyn. Just kidding!! i like good movies. ha ha. My serious pick would have to be Interview With a Vampire. I know some may consider it a lame pick but I gotta say it is a GREAT movie.

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  11. Thanking you for the rewards!

    http://www.horrordose.com/2010/01/awards.html

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  12. my fave is the fearless vampire killers. it's so campy, but knows it. i watch it everytime it's on.
    pksanddancer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. My favorite vampire movie is Låt den rätte komma in or Let The Right One In

    plot summary from IMDB:
    Oskar, a bullied 12-year old, dreams of revenge. He falls in love with Eli, a peculiar girl. She can't stand the sun or food and to come into a room she needs to be invited. Eli gives Oskar the strength to hit back but when he realizes that Eli needs to drink other people's blood to live he's faced with a choice. How much can love forgive? Let The Right One In is a story both violent and highly romantic, set in the Stockholm suburb of Blackeberg in 1982. Written by John Nordling, Producer

    kakihararocks@gmail.com

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  14. Chet McNabb AKA Chet Of The Undead AKA Chet McHappypants to his friends with inflatible boobies. (Email addy is on ze blog under "Questions For Chet" )

    Now then... I gotta go with a little delightful piece of...uhh...JOYOUS Vampire schlock called "Vampire Hookers" it's horrible as Hell's creame filled sugar cookies but it's got Vampires and Hookers...put them together with a retro film that's PERFECT for making wisecracks with your friends, add a little love (the dry kind...for once ;) )

    and you've got Vampire Hookers

    So...uhh...do I win yet? LOL :)

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  15. I'm going to have to go more mainstream and say Blade II is my favorite vamp flick for the moment.

    Guillermo del Toro really broke the mold with this one when he introduced the Reaper vampires. I mean, how can you not love a creature that scares vampires?? Not to mention the fact he brought in Ron Perlman to play opposite of Blade. It just doesn't get much better...


    Matthew Scott Baker
    www.matthewscottbaker.com
    msb@matthewscottbaker.com

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  16. My favorite Vampire movie is either Blade or From Dusk Till Dawn. Both Classics. Thanks for the chance at this great classic!

    Blog Follower - Nickolay

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

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  17. Favorite vampire movie is without a doubt Fright Night. Its just so cool brewster!

    spacemonkey_fg@yahoo.com

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  18. EXTREMELY tough call, but I think I'm going to have to say SHADOW OF THE VAMPIRE. Such an incredibly nifty piece of meta-fiction, and honestly astonishing to me that it could be made in Hollywood, given how "smart" it is.

    Bill Adcock, bills.adcock@yahoo.com

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  19. oh c'mon...it's gotta be BILLY THE KID vs DRACULA (1966)

    evan garner
    evanleegarner@gmail.com

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  20. Got to be Innocent Blood for me :)

    John Phillips
    jlp2k9@gmail.com

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  21. Believe it or not my favorite Vampire Movie has always been for Nostalgia's sake...Buffy the Vampire (the movie). I am one of the few people in the world who prefers this movie over the TV show! Hahah I love myself....

    Andre Dumas
    andredumas14@gmail.com

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  22. Lugosi's Dracula, hands down!

    Jay

    wings1295@gmail.com

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  23. I can't help it.... The Lost Boys.

    Valorie
    morbidromantic@gmail.com

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  24. I follow and my favorite vampire movie is interview with the vampire

    timmiedeluca@comcast.net

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  25. Favorite vampire movie.... well... if it has to be a film PURELY based on the exploits of vampires, then I'm going with "The Lost Boys." But, if I can choose a film where a vampire is present along with other monsters, then hands down, the winner is "The Monster Squad."

    P.S. - "Daybreakers" is actually a pretty good vampire flick!

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  26. I'm a huge fan of camp so my favorites are Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fright Night and Once Bitten.

    clogzilla(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  27. Thirty days of Night. Vampires as they should be-evil

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  28. My choice is the 1972 Hammer classic, Vampire Circus. I find it a complex and beautifully filmed movie and one definitely worth a couple hours of your time.

    Mark Mihalko - mark.mihalko@comcast.net

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  29. My favorite vampire movie is DAYBREAKERS!

    Name: Pim
    E-mail Address: wasteland@rocketmail.com

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  30. i like Lifeforce- space vampires baby!
    Josh
    Oneofthelivingdead@yahoo.com

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  31. My Name is Armando Hernandez and my favorite vampire movie (and of all time) is "Let the Right One In". Email: ArmandoH90@gmail.com

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  32. My fav vampire movie has to be The Satanic Rites of Dracula with Christopher Lee.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=eDvNeTYQ8MQ

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  33. forgot the most important part - Jason[at]zombie-popcorn.com

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  34. My fave vampire movie is: Razor Blade Smile
    Jake West is an amazing director.
    earthdancedaph@yahoo.com
    http://earthdancedaph.blogspot.com

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