Get ready to get utterly hooked on SCREAM QUEENS, TV’s most mischievous and addictive new series when it arrives on DVD from 26 September 2016.

From the mind of Ryan Murphy (creator of Glee and American Horror Story) SCREAM QUEENS is shiny, gory, ridiculous and wickedly funny. A mysterious “Red Devil” killer wreaks havoc at Wallace University’s Kappa Kappa Tau sorority, putting every pledge on edge! Tension mounts as it becomes clear that anyone could be the murderer – or indeed the next victim…

Meanwhile, Dean Cathy Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) forces Kappa’s tyrannical fashionista president, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts), to accept anyone who wants to join the sorority. Also starring Lea Michele, Keke Palmer and Abigail Breslin, SCREAM QUEENS is “whip-smart and wickedly funny” (Vanity Fair). Look out for the impressive array of A-list guest stars who pop up in the series, including the likes of Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Patrick Schwarzenegger.

Renewed for a second season, make sure you catch up on all 13 outrageous Season One episodes, along with killer moments and special features that grant you exclusive sorority access into Kappa House when SCREAM QUEENS is released on DVD on 26 September 2016, courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

DVD Special Features

  • Rush Kappa!
  • Between 2 Queens
  • Style Queens

For your chance to win one of three DVDs of SCREAM QUEENS: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 4th October 2016 and three valid comments 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
• 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
• 3 winners will each win 1x Scream Queens Season One DVD
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  1. It has to be Halloween – Cementing Jamie Lee Curtis as the original 70s Scream Queen. Terror Train is great, but Halloween has the right amount of suspense and fear and stands up even to this day. From John Carpenter’s spine-tingling score (that still has me reaching for the light switch!), to the sheer eeriness of the finale, Halloween is not only a great Jamie Lee Curtis movie, but a great genre movie. Also, let us not forget that Jamie Lee Curtis is the daughter of horror royalty, Janet Leigh!

  2. Halloween H20 has to be my favourite film starring Jamie Lee Curtis. I loved the way she portrayed Laurie Strode this time around as she was shown as a broken woman who had a piece of her sanity taken away from her. She’s battling her inner demons while dealing with motherhood. She played Laurie realistically and she done a good job during her chase scenes, and when she finally cracked at the end and ‘killed Michael Myers’ I felt the closure that her character felt. Only she could have taken on this role.

  3. My favourite Jame Lee Curtis movie has to be “The Fog” by John Carpenter.It’s one of the very few real scary movies, which reels you in minute by minute and wham bham thank you mam, hits you with a 1.2 combination with the soul searching electrifying score.

  4. I am not going to be too original here, but I am going to say Halloween. It was the fill that started her career in horror & until this day is still the the classic example of the final girl. I remember watching the film as a kid, rooting for her as she tried to survive ‘The Boogie Man’ it is an amazing performance which draws you in & thats part of what makes the film so entertaining

  5. now, there is an actress with a great filmography. halloween, the fog, blue steel, fish called wanda, trading places, true lies…all great films.

    i’m going to go for terror train. not many have seen it, but it’s a real gem. a load of college kids (jamie among them) have a costume party on a train, with a magician (played by david copperfield!) and…a killer! just a really unique and fun midnight movie.

  6. Mines is a bit silly but I really loved her in the remake of ‘Freaky Friday’. I liked how she could play two VERY different characters in the same movie. A lot of people probably won’t agree with me, but I found her performance quite funny! It just shows her range of acting. She’s great at comedy and amazing at horror haha! ????

  7. cheesy and probably inappropriate for a horror website but I am a sucker for FOREVER YOUNG with Mr. Gibson. Aaaahhh. Hallowe’en of course rocks as well.

  8. Definitely got to be Halloween – the original and the best. The first film I saw Jamie Lee Curtis in and she was sooo good.

  9. The horror fan in me wants to say ‘Halloween’ but, honestly, I really love ‘A Fish Called Wanda’ – madcap, hilarious and sweet. JLC is brilliant in it.

  10. A Fish Called Wanda: OK so not a horror film unless you’re a small dog or tropical goldfish but a brilliant film with a brilliant cast all at their best. “Nostrovya, borzhoi, panjemjo, da!”

  11. me and my daughter just love freaky Friday I think its somethink my daughter would love to do as she thinks her lifes harder than mine and shes only 9

  12. I’m going with True Lies, which is also one of my favourite Arnie films. A fantastic award winning performance from this underrated and versatile actress.

  13. Halloween H20 because I used to sneakily watch it when I was definitely too young for it, and it used to scare me terribly!

  14. A Fish called Wanda was my favourite because the role suited her personality and she showed she could act with some of the comedy greats and the film was a great movie too.

  15. “Trading Places” is hands-down, one of the funniest movies of all time. It also doesn’t hurt that it features one of the best topless flashes from an 80’s movie. For that, we are forever grateful to Ms. Curtis. She also proved she still had the rocking-hot bod over a decade later in “True Lies”.

  16. As a massive Halloween fan (not so much Rob Zombie’s take) I’d have to say those that she starred in are my favourite 🙂

  17. I enjoyed her in the first original Halloween film. First time I had come across her and thought she played it very well as one of the original scream queens

  18. The original and still the best ‘Halloween’ It’s one of my fave all time scary movies. To be honest I’ve never rated Jamie Lee as a very good actress, but she was perfect for that role. The only other movie I really liked her in was ‘Trading Places’.

  19. It has to be Halloween and its subsequents in the series doesn’t it?, she is just a fabulous actress in anything she does. (loved her in NCIS too!!)

  20. True Lies – I just think she played a great character from being a bored housewife to getting in on the spy action! She is such a versatile actress and don’t think I have ever seen her in a film where I have thought she was crap.

  21. The Fog holds a special place in my heart 🙂 It was the scariest film I had seen at the time and Jamie was brilliant in it.

  22. A Fish Called Wanda is my favourite because, on the face of it, she seemed an unusual casting choice but it worked and the film was weirdly entertaining and memorable.

  23. Oh, that’s a difficult question. I was predisposed to love her because I was such a fan of her mother in Psycho, so when I first saw Halloween (a fair bit after it was made) I adored her instantly. It’s been wonderful to see what an excellent comedy actor she is too, so my vote for favourite goes to Trading Places, with honourable mentions to True Lies and Freaky Friday.

  24. Its not even that good, but it has to be “Freaky Friday”. It was one of films I watched growing up and would watch it over and over again.

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