Win MARK OF THE WITCH on DVD In Our Competition


Metrodome have announced the home DVD and VOD release of MARK OF THE WITCH, formerly screened at Film4 FrightFest as ANOTHER, on 15th February 2016, and to celebrate we have three copies of the DVD to giveaway to our readers.

A beautiful young woman is driven into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences when she learns she may be the devil’s daughter.

When her 18th birthday celebrations are put to a dramatic end, triggering a chain of mysterious events, Jordyn is drawn into a world of demonic possession, distorted realities and odd obsessions.

For your chance to win MARK OF THE WITCH on DVD, simply comment below telling us which witchcraft movie is your favourite and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Thursday 25th February 2016 and three valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 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 Mark of the Witch DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. Ah so many – Witches Of Eastwick, Black Sunday, The Craft, maybe even the Wicker Man but I think for nostalgia I will say – The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe – CS Lewis Classic

  2. The Witches of Eastwick, it was one of the first witchcraft films I watched! The cherry pips makes me laugh as well 😛

  3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves – Very scary when I saw it as a child. Would love an adult version remake although the PC brigade will probably complain.

  4. Witches of Eastwick: Fabulous humour and all the actors were brilliant in their parts. Susan, Cher and Michelle incredibly sexy and feisty, Jack Nicholson devilishly debonair and especially the magnificently comic display of Veronica Cartwright. A film that is a “keeper.”

  5. I like the craft and practical magic as it shows their journey when they find out they are witches and the pitfalls they encounter along the way

  6. ‘The Craft’ was brilliant as it bought the genre into the modern era and spawned so many great ‘paranormal’ spin-offs. It’s tame by current standards but set a marker down for others to follow.

  7. I was going to say Sleepy Hollow, but think I’ll plump for the Wizard of Oz! The wicked witch of the west was truly terrifying!

  8. The Craft because it’s a very entertaining blend of supernatural thriller and teen movie. The cast are all very good, especially Fairuza Balk who easily stole the film with her part.

  9. Suspiria – It’s tougher than I thought it would be trying to remember any really good witch themed movies I’ve seen, none that I can think of come anywhere close to Suspiria. Although, I did quite like Black Death and would probably throw that in at second place.

  10. I love the film Warlock with Julian Sands and Richard E Grant, it makes a nice change to have a couple of attractive men using witchcraft.

  11. suspiria. i prefer argento’s giallos on the whole, but suspiria is a nightmarish fever dream, colours, sounds and images crashing around you.

    was lucky enough to see goblin (the daemonia version) performing the soundtrack live while the film played behind them in a church lit almost entirely with candles. that was quite something.

  12. “The Iron Lady.” Margaret Thatcher was made an Honorary Grand Wizard in the Masonic Lodge, I temporarily got it changed to Grand Witch. The film misses out on her pathetic attempts to have an orgasm, but keeps up the propaganda that made her so popular.

  13. Was Elvira, Mistress of the Dark a witch? Cassandra Peterson was funny as Elvira and the film was not that bad as it never took it self too seriously.
    Or though Roman Polanski’s 1971 Macbeth portrayed the play has it should be done (it has 3 witches).

  14. I like light-hearted witch films as well as the horror films. Bewitched was a really entertaining TV series so I also enjoyed the film of the same name.

  15. The Worst Witch – It’s so funny and Mildred is so hopeless you can’t help but feel sorry for her. Loved the book even more 🙂 🙂

  16. The Wizard of Oz.The wicked witch of the west terrified me as a child especially when it is seen in shadow on her broomstick

  17. My first thought was any Harry Potter movie but I will go for ‘Bell, Book and Candle’.
    A great cast and a plot that would have been fresh back in 1958!

  18. Still love the pure simplicity of Blair Witch, bit like the Music of Status Quo, how something so simple can be so successful. So easy to live it too, go to a forest at night, get a little lost …………..see what develops1

  19. The Blair Witch Project because it’s such a classic that was truly scary. It really drew me in to make me feel like I was there.

  20. The Wickerman starring Edward Woodward, not the terrible Nic Cage remake, because it has the awful ring of plausibility in its small and hermetic community wherein ancient beliefs may persist today.

  21. Witches of Eastwick because it was very engrossing, a fabulous story and the characters were very believable as it contained excellent acting.

  22. The Blair Witch Project – a fantastic classic that never fails to scare the pants off of me no matter how many times I watch it.

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