Win A VOODOO POSSESSION on DVD – Starring Danny Trejo!


To celebrate the release of  A VOODOO POSSESSION on DVD, starring Danny Trejo, we’ve a copy to give away on DVD to a lucky reader.

When his brother Cody disappears at a mental hospital in Haiti, Aiden travels over to the county to investigate but what he discovers going on within the mental hospital is more than he could have ever imagined.

For your chance to win A VOODOO POSSESSION on DVD, simply comment below telling us which location (building wise) you’d shoot a horror film at and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 21st July 2014 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

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  1. The old Whittngham Hospital in Preston. It opened in 1873 and closed in 1995. As a mental hospital, I am sure it has seen lots of suffering and death. Today it is abandoned and is massive even has its on railroad station and butcher, reservoirs, ballrooms, church and brewery. Don’t think you could find a creepier place

  2. Tone Vale in Taunton. It was a loony asylum back early to mid last century and still feels creepy as helll and I beleive it is haunted.

  3. Where I live there is an old asylum called Cherry Knowles which is now derelict, but it’s so spooky even the birds don’t sing in the area.

  4. I would shoot a horror film in 221B Baker Street. The reason for this is because I would absolutely love to see a Sherlock Holmes themed horror movie.

  5. There is a local multiple story car park near me . Built in the 70s and reputedly haunted . Over thirty people have jumped to their deaths from the top . It is dank grey and very creepy with graffiti on the walls and smelly lifts . Perfect for a horror movie

  6. There’s a really creepy looking old house, very gothic in design, situated a couple miles outside Dungiven in Northern Ireland. It would make the ideal location for a horror film cause of it’s architectural style & it’s always scared me even as a child.

  7. My local cinema is over 100 years old, it has so many ‘hidden passages’ it would be a great place as a film setting, that’s where I would film it. I worked there for 8 years, before I realized one of the ‘cleaners rooms’ was actually an old barbers shop. so many possibilities…

  8. The Houses Of Parliament, so many years of history, and dodgy deals, im sure that at noght there would be a really eerie atmosphere

  9. Huddersfield Job Centre – so I could scare the **** out of the set of evil ******** that I used to work with

  10. I think most places I can think of have already been done but a children’s nursery school might be interesting as it’s always full of little horrors when I visit 😉

  11. The old middlewood hospital in Sheffield, know local for been 1 of the most haunted places in Sheffield after numerous sights and story’s from the past

  12. Beelitz Heilstatten Military Hospital in Berlin. Originally it was built to house tuberculosis patients and then was used as a military hospital in both world wars. It has seen its share of death and is so very creepy looking.

  13. Newcastle Keep – it’s cold, dark and creepy with lots of winding stairs and drafty rooms to begin with never mind zombies!

  14. Bodmin jail would be an amazing location for a horror. One of the best Most Haunted episodes took place there and it has alot of history.

  15. There is an old abandoned hospital in Newsham Park, Liverpool….very near my house. They do zombie nights there and it is really creepy, perfect setting for a horror film (and my daughter would make an awesome zombie child!)

  16. One of the disused mental homes in Epsom they are terrifying and only a few are still standing so they need imortalising

  17. Culzean Castle, Ayrshire…..steep cliffs round the castle and smugglers caves underneath..perfect horror setting

  18. The cellars at Lloyds Bank in Glastonbury. When I worked there I hated being sent down alone to do the filing – really creepy!

  19. Kew gardens could be an idea!
    You could have gostly native Indians coming out the cactus house , Lost Amazon tribes from the steam house and so on. Be good for Scooby doo! Lol

  20. The closed London Underground stations in the deep level shelters – scart and lots of space and background

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