Legendary horror movies Re-Animator and the Basket Case trilogy have been released on Blu-ray – click on the titles for our reviews – and thanks to those kind people at AIM Publicity, we have a copy of each to give away!
One of the most celebrated, outrageous, and original 80s horror films Re-Animator is brought back to life on Blu-ray in all its gory glory. This horror classic will be released as a two-disc set in standard double-disc case, complete with a double-sided sleeve featuring the original poster and artwork by Graham Humphreys, two versions of the gorefest that is Re-Animator and tons of special features including deleted scenes, commentaries, a documentary, interviews and more…
One of the essential repeat rentals for any self-respecting horror fan in the early 1980s, Frank Henenlotter’s cult classic Basket Case and the gloriously psychotic sequels it spawned are collected together in one of the most twisted and enjoyable horror trilogies ever made. Now the wonderfully warped films will be released as Basket Case – The Trilogy in a three-disc standard case, complete with a basket load of bonus features…
To win the pair of films, just answer the following simple question
Re-Animator is based on a story by which classic horror writer:
A) H.P. Lovecraft
B) Stephen King
C) Jackie Collins
Simply send your answer – A, B, or C – to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line RE-ANIMATE along with your name and address, to arrive before 0001 on Friday 25 March, 2016. This competition is only open to readers in the UK and Eire.
Re-Animator and The Basket Case Trilogy are now available on Blu-ray by Second Sight
The Small PrintThe competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over. Anyone professionally connected with the promotion, and their families, are excluded from entering this competition. Prizes will be awarded from all the correct entries through a random draw under independent supervision within seven days of the closing date. There is no cash alternative to any prize. The editor’s decision is final and no discussion will be entered into. To request a list of winners please write to Paul Simpson at email@example.com within 28 days of the closing date. Sci-Fi Bulletin is the recognised promoter of this competition. Only one entry per person. The prize is a Blu-ray disc; the means of playing the disc is not part of the prize.