Win THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN Limited Edition Poster and Tote Bag In Our Competition!





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To celebrate the UK theatrical release of slasher reboot-cum-sequel THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN on 17th April 2015, we’ve some very cool prizes to give away to our readers, courtesy of Metrodome Distribution.

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Two winners will each win a limited edition poster featuring artwork by Graham Humphreys and a special tote bag that you can actually turn into a mask! There will also be a prize for two runners up, who will each win a tote bag.

65 years after a masked serial killer terrorized the small town of Texarkana, the so-called ‘moonlight murders’ begin again. Is it a copycat or something even more sinister? A lonely high school girl, with dark secrets of her own, may be the key to catching him.

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For your chance to win these cool THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN prizes, simply comment below telling us which remake or reboot is your favourite and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 27th April 2015 and four valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

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• 2 winners will each win 1x poster and tote bag. 2 runners up will each win 1x tote bag.
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46 Comments

  1. My favourite horror remake/reboot is the Friday the 13th one from 2009! I know that obviously it should of had camp counsellors as oppose to just kids by a lake but I felt that it managed to tell a new-ish story and also it was nice to see an obviously human Jason akin to the earlier Friday the 13th’s as oppose to the super-strength-zombie Jason we had been getting up until that point, oh and the really long opening was amazing!
    one horror remake I’ll never forgive is The Fog, I’m never gonna get those hours of my life back…

  2. I know it received a bit of a mauling from some critics but I really liked the remake of THE WICKER MAN. It was fairly faithful to the original, and the vastly under-rated Nicolas Cage put in another decent performance.

  3. The Thing
    Best remake by a million miles and still stands up as a fantastic horror / sci fi movie after 30 years

  4. scarface with al pacino one of the most iconic scenes aswell when he he stands on the balcony and the hot air balloon says ‘the world is yours’ and the music starts up and tony takes it as the message on the balloon is meant for him.

  5. ‘Let Me In’ simply because it barely touched the original apart from being in English and that suits me fine…reboots very rarely work and that suits me fine. 🙂

  6. My favourite remake is David Cronenberg’s The Fly from 1986. It’s my favourite because the special effects are brilliant and it’s such an emotional and intense film to watch. The two leads are brilliant and their relationship is genuinely heart-breaking to watch unfold on-screen. Definitely one of the best body horror films ever made too.

  7. I enjoyed the remake of Last House on the Left. It had a great cast and it was still surprisingly hard core considering the tendency to dilute everything these days for younger audiences.

  8. Controversially, and this is coming from someone who considers the original to be one of the finest films ever made, I didn’t mind the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake and subsequent prequel – mainly because R. Lee Ermey was fantastic in them. I didn’t like ‘Texas Chainsaw’ though, although Alexandria Daddario nomnomnomnomnom.

  9. I’d go with Dawn of the Dead – The original version looks old & dated compared to this fast moving, stylish update

  10. I really enjoyed the recent Evil Dead reboot.

    I enjoyed the original and I’m not normally a fan of remakes but I thought the newer version was just as enjoyable… Definately made me not want to visit any cabins x)

  11. Halloween byRob Zombie because it went more into the backstory of Michael Myers and his family showing why he became the monster he is, Shame the sequel went down the route of the visions of his mother it didnt work too well (In my opinion anyway) 😈

  12. THE FLY the original was good but the special effects in the remake makes it that little bit better, love the arm wrestling scene

  13. I really enjoyed the remake of Dracula because it was made by Hammer House of Horror!! It was the first proper pairing of Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee – classic!!

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