Oct 052015


Win a copy of The Enfield Haunting on DVD!

The Returned meets The Missing in this critically acclaimed, must-see supernatural horror!

In a seemingly normal house in Enfield, north London, a series of disturbing paranormal events have begun to take place. Reports of an unworldly presence making repeated attempts on the life of 11-year-old Janet Hodgson soon attract the attention of paranormal investigator Maurice Grosse (Timothy Spall) who is convinced that the house is plagued by a poltergeist. With the attacks growing increasingly violent by the day Maurice will stop at nothing to protect Janet from these strange and dark forces.

Chilling and terrifying, The Enfield Haunting is the unmissable true story of the most documented and shocking poltergeist incident in modern history.

The Enfield Haunting is out on DVD from 19th October 2015

For your chance to win THE ENFIELD HAUNTING on DVD, simply comment below telling us which ghostly horror film frightened you the most.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 25th October 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
• 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 The Enfield Haunting on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


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  164 Responses to “Win THE ENFIELD HAUNTING on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. Innkeepers.

  2. The Exorcist

  3. Carrie

  4. carrie

  5. The Unborn definitely made me jump, couldn’t watch it for months lol xxx

  6. The shining

  7. Ghost Ship.

  8. Nightmare on Elm street.

  9. Insidious

  10. The Ring

  11. the shining

  12. The Fog (1980) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080749/ still cant watch witout covering my eyes

  13. The Fog (1980) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080749/ still cant watch without covering my eyes

  14. The Changeling

  15. Loved this programme. Very chilling story with wonderful acting.

  16. Paranormal Activity. Very scary.

  17. The Shining

  18. The Woman in Black, my wife and I watched it on a really dark night when we used to eave out in the sticks in Devon, a really heavy wind blew up and was rattling the windows and roaring through the trees outside. It set a really spooky background to the film, which went on to scare the wits out of us at times

  19. The original poltergiest.

  20. insidious

  21. Martyrs, i still get goosebmps

  22. The changeling 1980 said to be based on true story ,first seen as a teen and still gives me shudders ( lol 20 years later ) . Brilliant movie with a story not full of blood and gore , if never seen would highly recommend

  23. The Exorcist

  24. the shining

  25. Ouija, that is soo scary

  26. FRIDAY 13th

  27. The Haunting, the original one from 1963, the new one is nowhere near as good.

  28. Sinister

  29. This very series scared the hell out of me. So thr enfield haunting

  30. The Amityville Horror (original 1979 version). Scary stuff even today.

  31. The Omen starring Gregory Peck. Think it was more scary because it was so believable

  32. The Conjuring! It was amazing but terrifying at the cinema..

  33. The original Japanese version of The Ring

  34. The Exorcist, felt so ill I had to leave the cinema!!

  35. The Grudge *shudder*

  36. Paranormal activity, i watched this at the cinema and have never actually been scared by a film before but this frightened the life out of me. A few people were that frightened they got up and walked out half way through

  37. The Exorcist

  38. Poltergeist – the original – superb horror

  39. The Shining

  40. Actually, it was The Birds when I was a kid – and I still have a phobia about them now!

  41. Aliens

  42. For me it has to be The Exorcist.

  43. The Woman In Black

  44. The Woman In Black

  45. The Omen (the original version with Gregory Peck)

  46. The others

  47. Insidious!

  48. The grudge because of that creepy noise they make and the weird body positions

  49. Insidious! It’s got all of the things I hate the most in it – dolls especially!

  50. Poltergiest

  51. Paranormal activity made me jump a fair few times 😀

  52. The Shining is still terrifying, but I loved The Orphanage – a real sense of foreboding, really spooky and a fantastic story

  53. The woman in white

  54. Ghost Ship.

  55. The Haunting (1963).

  56. Saw

  57. The Changeling scared the sXXt out of me lol

  58. The Exorcist

  59. The exorcist

  60. ‘Insidious’ as I’ve often dreamt I’ve had ‘out of body’ experiences so the storyline of the little boy getting ‘trapped’ outside his body freaked me out big time!

  61. Dark Water (original japanese one).

  62. Poltergeist

  63. Insidious! very scary

  64. Wrong Turn

  65. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark – the original tv movie. Not seeing the creatures properly really scared me

  66. Poltergeist

  67. What Lies Beneath

  68. Insidious totally freaked me out

  69. 1408 – the carpenters song freaks me out

  70. Halloween (the original first movie) – the first time seeing it was petrifying, especially the wardrobe scene!

  71. Carrie (Though I was young at the time!)

  72. I rember seeing Carrie and was scared at the time

  73. Ghostwatch on halloween of 1992!

  74. The Exorcist, too scary for words

  75. salems lot

  76. Amityville Horror

  77. The Entity was really scary

  78. Poltergeist (the original)

  79. woman in black 2

  80. Annabelle. Very Scary

  81. The Exorcist. It’s the horror of a really sweet, loving, decent kid that turned against her mother and a bunch of priests with such rabid malevolence that there seems no justice in the world. It’s the horror of possession and the proximity of chaos and a glimmer of that unconscious force that might unravel all of us. The Exorcist is a game of chicken for our souls, and you know from early on, that someone’s gonna end up dead.

  82. Sinister

  83. The Ring terrified me

  84. The Pact

  85. The Exorcist

  86. The Ring

  87. The Shining – slept with the light on for a week!

  88. The Exorcist

  89. The Shining.

  90. Ghost Ship

  91. The Shining

  92. The Exorcist: I saw it at the cinema when it first came out and it was terrifying

  93. The original Amityville Horror scared me!

  94. The Others

  95. The amityville horror – really scary

  96. sinister

  97. The Exorcist

  98. I Spit On Your Grave

  99. Insidious 3

  100. The Shining

  101. The whole film doesn’t really scare me, but the wheelchair at the top of the stairs in The Changeling (the old ghost story film, NOT the Angelina Jolie film) was a bit scary at the time and still is if you haven’t seen the film for a while. 🙂

  102. The Woman In Black

  103. ju on (The grudge)

  104. Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the colour version!

  105. Ghost Story

  106. The exorcist

  107. paranormal activity

  108. An old TV programme called The Stone Tape

  109. The Exorcist definitely made me jump.

  110. I’m not easily spooked but I love the original 1963 The Haunting. Very creepy and atmospheric; it’s so much creepier when you never actually get to see the ghosts. They don’t make ’em like that any more!

  111. The Haunting of Hill House

  112. Poltergeist really freaked me out when I was young

  113. the omen

  114. The Conjuring I find the kids clapping game freaks me out

  115. The Orphanage

  116. Not much makes me jump and the only one that succeeded and is only a 12 was The Woman in Black the window scene the trouble is i was expecting it but made me hit the celing.

  117. The Amityville Horror

  118. The Exorcist

  119. The Shining, love this film x

  120. Ghost Ship , seriously made me …..(insert what ever you like , felt like I was doing it all).

  121. Showgirls

  122. The Ring

  123. The Exorcist

  124. The original Friday the 13th

  125. The Shining

  126. Nightmare on Elm Street – It was a long time ago, I was young. That’s my excuse anyway.

  127. The original Poltergeist film frightened me to death!


  129. Carrie , the first film, esp when the hand comes out the Grave

  130. The Others – no gore, no shocks but so creepy!

  131. Paranormal Activity

  132. The Exorcist – the original and best

  133. Poltergeist

  134. The original black and white 1960’s ‘The Haunting’. Best scene when the girls are in the bedroom and Hugh Cranes ghost starts banging on the walls from the hallway and tries to get into the room. Creepy.

  135. The Woman in Black

  136. rosemary’s baby

  137. The shining-Still scares me to this day!

  138. Insidious

  139. Poltergiest ( original not the remake ) gave me nightmares for weeks and the second poltergeist film was even more chilling the character of rev Henry Kane just terrifying!!!

  140. Evil Dead, first saw this film in the early eights,.it. fightened me to dead watching it then, different story now quite comical in parts…

  141. A bit cliche but the excorcist

  142. Carrie

  143. The Woman In Black – really scary!

  144. woman in black

  145. The Exorcist

  146. omen

  147. ORPHAN

  148. The Entity!!

  149. Omen

  150. Poltergeist ???? ????

  151. amytiville horror

  152. The shining

  153. Salem’s Lot

  154. Poltergeist

  155. Sinister.

  156. The original Amityville Horror

  157. Silence of the Lambs

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