Win HAUNTER on Blu-Ray In Our Spooky Competition!


To celebrate the release of “Haunter” – the chilling new paranormal horror with a twist starring Abigail Breslin (Ender’s Game; Zombieland) out on DVD & Blu-ray 14th July 2014 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway!

An entertaining amalgam of “The Others”, “The Conjuring” and “Groundhog Day”, celebrated director Vincenzo Natali (Cube; Splice; Hannibal TV Series) is back on top form with this tightly-wound paranormal horror that utilises the best elements of the subgenre to great effect.

Featuring a standout performance from up and comer Abigail Breslin that keeps the tension alive, further lifted by the spine-chilling Stephen McHattie (Watchmen; 300) as their venomous killer, “Haunter” is the must-see addition to your horror collection!

“Abigail Breslin finds her feet as a young adult in film with a career-defining performance” **** – Box Office Buz

Order your copy today on Amazon

For your chance to win HAUNTER on Blu-Ray, simply comment below telling us your favourite ghost/paranormal movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Thursday 24th July 2014 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
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 1 winner will win 1x Haunter on Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

About Bat 7647 Articles
I 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: GTA Online & Mortal Kombat 11


  1. The Changeling (1980) starring George C Scott. You’d never believe noises alone could be so terrifying. Scared me senseless the first time and saw it and every time since. Proper old school ghost film 🙂

  2. Shutter, because of that wonderful point, about three-quarters of the way through the film, where you suddenly stop being scared of the ghost and begin enjoying the torment of the protagonist (having discovered that he’s a spineless git who deserves everything he gets).

  3. Though sorely tempted to say Ghostbusters, I’m going to plump for The Orphanage, a really well crafted ghost film

  4. it has to be IT because know matter what i always think behind every clown there’s an evil child killer i was an epic film when it first came out scary 🙄

  5. Paranormal activity. Just not at the cinema when people are screaming around me – kinda offputting…. but it’s a good idea for a film and they did it well

  6. Ghost would be my favourite because it is an entertaining – sad – funny and the music was brilliant

  7. Paranormal Activity. I love the way the film was made, it really works! And it had me on the edge of my seat and even as I watch it again, it still does!

  8. The original Amityville horror as I was fascinated with it as a kid & with the house, bought the books about it & even had a chance to visit the house but was too afraid to do so.

  9. The Changeling, great acting from George C. Scott and really great production. The movie still makes me jump and my wife will not watch it, as it gives her nightmares.

  10. The Others – The story was good and well portrayed and the twist at the end was fantastic. I can and have watched it over and over.

  11. Flatliners…I just love the premise of trying to find out what really is on the ‘other side’ and coming back to let everyone else know and this movie had just as good a guess at it as many others.

  12. survive style 5+. only kinda a ghost/paranormal movie (one of the story threads is about a wife who keeps coming back from the dead in ever more kick-ass iterations) but it’s my favourite movie ever, so…it’s that. awesome, awesome film.

    interested in haunter though. cube was excellent, cypher was decent, splice was laughably bad. kinda wanna know what natali has managed this time.

  13. The Orphanage – this Spanish psychological thriller relies on great acting and script rather than cheap scares.

  14. Another one for the changeling 1980. It’s THE only horror movie that ever really spooked me. Something about that wheelchair and music box *shudder*

  15. Poltergeist always scares me, and i don’t even believe in ghosts, spirits and the afterlife, but that film is just plain scary.

  16. The Blair Witch – I was a teenager at the time and went on holiday to Thailand – our hotel ‘house’ was through a small patch of trees with hanging vines – I was almost in tears I was so frightened walking through them!!

  17. The Legend of Hell House because it has a great cast, with genuinely creepy moments and a interesting characters.

  18. Poltergeist – I still remember the first time I saw it as a kid and I was terrified as I had a massive tree outside my bedroom window that I thought would eat me!

  19. Poltergeist! My older Brothers made me watch it when I was little. The scene where the chairs are all stacked up…*shudder*

  20. The original Amityville Horror because it was supposed to be based on reality – has dated though! 😛

  21. Sixth Sense as I didn’t see the ending coming unlike most films. I also loved Final Destination as it stood out from a lot of the other horrors at the time….!

  22. The Matrix because I am sitting on a packed metro train travelling into the town, with a guy opposite me just staring, and I think it would be great to be able to ‘will’ a new reality right now.

  23. I also think Poltergeist i watched it when i was about 12 and thought it was so scary, i loved it. Its still one of my first choices if i’m looking for a horror film to watch

  24. I saw The Exorcist at a midnight screening in the 1980’s. I was sitting in the front row, people behind me was sniggering at the dated clothes. Once the bedroom scene started laughs turned to screams. By the time the movie ended, all of them had run back to there cars. Scariest movie of all time. Superb acting and a director at his peak.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.