Jul 152015


To celebrate the release of Unhallowed Ground – out on DVD 27th July – we have a copy to giveaway!

Having already picked up some nominations and awards at the British Independent Film Festival and the London International Film Festival, Unhallowed Ground is already garnering a reputation as a true gem of the indie scene.

Taking its cues from a classic horror staple – doomed teenagers wandering into a mysterious old building – Unhallowed Ground delivers something genuinely eerie and original. Proof that when it comes to creaky old houses and ancient evil, nobody can match the spooky legacy of British horror.

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For your chance to win UNHALLOWED GROUND on DVD, simply comment below telling us the first British horror movie you ever saw and what you thought of it.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 2nd August 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x Unhallowed Ground on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


BatI love prosthetic effects, stop-motion animation and gore, but most of all I love a good story! I adore B-movies and exploitation films in many of their guises and also have a soft spot for creature features. I review a wide range of media including movies, TV series, books and videogames. I'm a massive fan of author Hunter S. Thompson and I enjoy various genre of videogames with Kingdom Hearts and Harvest Moon two of my all time favs. Currently playing: Silent Hill

  93 Responses to “Win UNHALLOWED GROUND on DVD In Our Competition”

  1. Theatre of Blood, don’t remember how old I was, probably around 7. The scene with the man and his dogs upset the hell out of me BT I was still drawn to it. My first introduction to Vincent Price and I’m still a fan ????

  2. friday the 13th i was a teenager it frightened the life out of me.For years i would check under the bed before i got in it in case there was someone with a drill hiding underneath.I also watched poltergeist still can’t have toys in the bedroom…

  3. Quatermass And The Pit (the BBC TV series), I startyed digging holes all over the garden looking for aliens, well I was 4 years old!!

  4. Asylum (Hammer horror film) watch this film for the first time in the early 80s loved the twist at the end great film still plays on my mind now.

  5. The Omen (original) and I loved it and still do

  6. Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds – I was about 10 or 11 and it scared me to death – I still have a phobia of birds 🙁

  7. It would have been An American Werewolf in London – I was probably too young to fully appreciate it at the time, but it’s a classic!

  8. The Quatermass Xperiment. I was mesmerised, wondering if it was a true story!

  9. The original omen – awesome

  10. the birds alfread Hitchcock a brillian film still is

  11. It was the Ghoul (1975), utterly terrifying for me as a ten year old. Lived in a flat in big old Victorian house by the sea at the time, I never would go up the stairs any further than the first floor after seeing this.

  12. An American Werewolf in London, I thought it was a pretty good film.

  13. The Omen – kept looking up whenever I went anywhere near a church

  14. The American Werewolf in London. I was absolutely terrified of that film, and still to this day (I’m 50 years old now) I still won’t get my washing in from the garden when it’s nearly dark, I get my husband to do it for me.

  15. The one that sticks out is The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue. Freaked me out!

  16. The original Omen, was a bit of a novelty, a new genre for me and scarily good to watch at the time

  17. hammer house of horrors and it was terrifying,the music in the beginnig was enough to get your heart beating faster

  18. Omen – gave me nightmares

  19. I think it was Dracula the hammer version. classic!

  20. Dead of Night – loved it, though the ventriloquists dummy section still gives me the creeps.

  21. psychomania – i loved it, best thing ever when you are 7

  22. 1973 The wicker man, great film, I quite liked the Nic cage remake aswell.

  23. Sean of the dead 🙂

  24. The original omen – awesome

  25. Probably The Wicker Man. I thought it was a good story, but it didn’t scare me.

  26. I can’t remember – probably one of the 70s anthology films. I would have been about seven so it probably did scare me…

  27. The Wicker Man – scared the s out of me

  28. Probably Dracula with Christopher Lee. I was far too young to watch it lol and my sister 3 years older made me go upstairs first every night for about 3 months afterwards just in case something horrible was stood at the top. 🙂

  29. The Abominable Dr. Phibes, starring the indomitable Vincent Price – hooked me to the genre.

  30. One of the Hammer films “Vampire Circus” I enjoyed it very much

  31. An American Werewolf in London, when I was 12 freaked me out a bit.

  32. Fall Of The House Of Usher – I was only young and it terrified me.

  33. Probably Razor Blade Smile, which I recall seeing on Bravo many years ago as a teenager. I thought the story line was very entertaining, and although some of the acting was a little bit corny, it had Eileen daly romping around in lycra clad costumes… what’s not to like?

  34. American Werewolf in London scared the hell out of me!

  35. To The Devil a Daughter, with Christopher Lee. I don’t remember much of it, but it gave me the creeps.

  36. Dog Soldiers – I thought it was great. Good action and well acted.

  37. The exorcist, in 1974 I was about 13 years old, I went to the cinema with my elder brother to watch it. It left me unable to sleep for nights afterwards! I’ve watched it loads of times since and it doesn’t bother me, but back then I was scared!

  38. 28 Days later. Brilliant zombie film

  39. It must have been something from Hammer House…probably Dracula? I was pretty scared after seeing it – Christopher Lee was and is still a LEGEND R.I.P.

  40. Hammer Horrors Dracula, it scared the bejeezers out of me!

  41. Dracula. Spine chilling

  42. An American Werewolf in London and i thought it was so good

  43. Not exactly a film… and it was years and years ago- william hartnell was the main character and those early years Daleks were darn scary to me as a child!!!- yes it was Dr Who back in the 60’s.

  44. Zoltan: Hound of Dracula, loved it and still do.

  45. Not sure if you can class this as a true horror, but Hammer’s “The Terror of the Tongs” stays with me because of someone going to be tortured by “scraping the bone”

  46. The Omen – creeped me out

  47. it was dracula: prince of darkness and i loved it. the scene where the butler hangs the guy up over dracula’s ashes and cuts his throat in order to resurrect his master has stayed with me to this day.

  48. I remember watching Day of the Triffids, and feeling very scared

  49. The Exorcist – cos of the hype about it being banned, was freaky!

  50. American Werewolf in London – I loved it but it scared me silly at the time 🙂 lol x

  51. 28 days later… Just amazing

  52. The Pit and the Pendulum, was my first horror, Vincent Price was scary as hell and I had nightmares for a week.

  53. I think it was Eden Lake and it did worry me a little as it could really happen!

  54. Omen 3 as a child, loved it and remember trying to watch the first 2 as fast as i could

  55. exorcist and i loved it

  56. American Werewolf in London – I thought it was brilliant and the transformation scenes totally grossed me out!

  57. the birds. I was about 12 when i saw it and it was terrifying!

  58. Hellraiser was my first when i was too young to me and my older brother watch stole our parents copy. 😈

  59. The never ending story – I KNOW it’s not really a horror but ‘the nothing’ from it gave me nightmares for months!

  60. Hammers Dracula, loved it 🙂

  61. The Omen was proper scary when I was young

  62. Probably a Hammer horror film like Dracula or Frankenstein and I found them gripping and sometimes creepy (particularly Curse of the Fly).

  63. Children of the Corn. Just me and a girl I was trying to impress when we were about 13, and it scared the bejayzus out of me.

  64. I am so old it is hard to remember but I think it was the original ‘Day of The Triffids !

  65. I really had to think about this to make sure it was British! But the first British horror movie I saw was The Wicker Man (1973 version) I was about 12 and I watched it from the stairs when my babysitter was watching it. I didn’t sleep for about a week!!
    I found it really gripping and scary but I had to watch more!

  66. An American Werewolf in London and I thought it was very gory( and for those days it was).

  67. The Wicker Man – I remember thinking that it was not very frightening but liked the ending. I have not see the remake.

  68. Village of the Damned was a real horror

  69. the omen for me 😉

  70. Probably the Omen, still chills up to this day

  71. I always loved the Hammer Horror movies; I think that the first one I saw (on tv) was probably Dracula with the always amazing Christopher Lee. It got me addicted to horror – and was the main subject of an essay for the film & tv module in my history degree.

  72. Loved Quatermass and the PIt

  73. The American Werewolf in London

  74. American Werewolf in London, I was about 8 and wasn’t allowed to watch it but caught glimpses of it as my older brother watched it. I was scared stiff!

  75. An American Werewolf in London i don’t like going in the underground in the night

  76. Probably Dracula or one of the other Hammer Horror films – them then, still love them now!

  77. The Omen..flaming scary!

  78. The first British horror i ever saw was probably Carry On Screaming. Like all Carry On movies full of double entendres and it also had the sexy Fenella Fielding. What more could you ask for?

  79. The Omen – it terrified me as a kid

  80. The original omen, which at the time was fantastic! still a stand out classic.

  81. The Omen – really really freaked me out!

  82. Dracula (1958 Hammer Film Productions) – in the early 70’s ITV used to show a horror film at 10.30 every Friday night. This film started a life long love of gothic horror, Hammer, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and all things supernatural.

  83. I love British horror and can’t remember what my first was but one of my favourites has to be 28 days later

  84. The Exorcist – on my own in a quiet cinema in the afternoon – scared the pants off me and still does!

  85. American Werewolf in London – it scared me- that makes it a good horror movie.

  86. Psycho, i was hooked from the start

  87. Paperhouse and it was terrifying

  88. The omen, damien the anti-christ. How a baby is born & causes havoc & chaos to anybody in his path.

  89. Dog Soldiers – great film….

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