From the legendary horror director, Tom Holland comes a chilling must-see new anthology in the tradition of The Twilight Zone, Masters Of Horror and Outer Limits. A magician with a sinister secret, the living dead and even the Devil himself lurk inside these twisted tales that will send a shiver down your spine and a laugh from your lips.

It’s the most fun you’ll have being scared since Creepshow!

Twisted Tales is available on DVD and to own or rent digitally 15th June 2015

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The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Thursday 25th June 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

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  1. Magnolia. Brilliant performances from the ensemble cast (especially Julianne Moore) and a terrific soundtrack from Aimee Mann (which the script was based on I believe)

  2. Tales From The Crypt (1972) it has a collection of British acting talent and Joan Collins!

  3. Tales From The Darkside (aka The REAL Creepshow 3!). Eaxh of the four stories is as good as the last. There’s great writing, great acting and great effects. Very nice!

  4. Dead Of Night – a classic horror from Ealing Studios at its height – by turn thrilling, funny and just all round perfect.

  5. I love Child,s play Chucky the scary doll because I love it to bits I’m a big horror fan like horror films because I enjoy them so much think there really scary and so much fun hope I’m the winner in competition love amy

  6. Mine is Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye as it includes one of my favourite short stories by him, ‘The Ledge’, about a guy who accepts a wager to circumnavigate a narrow ledge around the outside of a skyscraper penthouse in order to win a divorce for his lover. It’s extremely tense,edge of your seat stuff with an unexpected twist at the end. Brilliant!

  7. The Monster Club – Price, Pleasance and Carridine – all three great horror actors in one film.

  8. Tales From The Crypt.
    Yes, it looks dated now but what a cast, great acting and interesting stories.

  9. love the old amicus anthologies. probably plump for asylum as the best of the bunch…the mini murderous herbert lom is one of those things you can’t get out of your head, for both good and bad reasons.

  10. I came home to find my Mam watching tales from the crypt, which she had seen years ago.
    I thought, on first glance, a bit naff.
    But, then I got into them.
    I liked the morals of the tales.

  11. The Amicus film Tales from the Crypt was superb and very creepy, especially the segment Poetic Justice starring Peter Cushing…that really got me into the zombie genre.

  12. The Twilight Zone. Whether creepy or just ironic, the stories always made me think, and the twists were always perfect

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