Win DARK SIGNAL DVD and Signed Poster In Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of DARK SIGNAL – available on DVD & Download 30th May – we are giving away a DVD and a poster signed by director Edward Evers-Swindell and star Gareth David-Lloyd (Torchwood).

From master of British horror, Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, The Descent) comes the terrifying and blood-curdling Dark Signal.

Part slasher, part ghost story, Dark Signal creates spine-tingling atmosphere, shocking moments of brutality and jump-out-of-your-seat scares. It’s sure to make the staunchest of skeptics sleep with the lights on.

Get ready to become a believer with one of the year’s best British horrors!

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For your chance to win DARK SIGNAL prizes, simply comment below telling us which British horror movie of the last ten years (2005-present) scared you the most and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 31st May 2016 and one 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
• 1 winner will win 1x Dark Signal DVD and 1x Dark Signal poster
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. I think the reality of Eden Lake and the prospect that these events could happen in the UK really had an effect on me. Also that ending when they close the door to the bathroom is more powerful than a lot of the blood you see on screen

  2. The Awakening; it’s quite ‘old skool’ and without wishing to sound too old, they don’t make ’em like they used to

  3. The Woman In Black (2012) – whilst the story is quite pedestrian, the production and performances are terrific, and there are a couple of genuinely terrifying moments (notably towards the end when Jennet flies towards the camera)

  4. Eden lake because of its realism, it is quite a frightening thought that someone could actually do that to another person.

  5. The Awakening. Maybe it didn’t ‘scare’ me but it had that sense of foreboding and discomfort that I enjoy about older horror films.

  6. Sawney : Flesh of Man.
    It put me off meat for quite a while and I got anxiety going past butchers shops for quite a while after!

  7. Dead Silence…nothing scares me more than ventriloquist – well maybe clowns? 😉 Top British horror at it’s weird best.

  8. Prometheus, i am absolutely terrified of space, alien, ufo….I know it’s not rational but anything about it terrifies me but I have to watch it.

  9. It would probably be the descent to be honest and the claustrophobic environment . If only there was a bit less of the monsters being seen and they were just heard it would of been a classic

  10. Has to be The Seasoning House, so many edge of the seat moments! Especially when Angel is sneaking between the walls and ventilation ducts during the night.

  11. Films that are not fantasy (monsters, aliens) but are real and could happen. So, Eden Lake, it fits the criteria and was seriously well produced and acted.

  12. The Woman In Black – simply because it is the only British horror film in the last 10 years to give me a bloody good “jump-out-of-my-kin” experience.

  13. The Babadook scared me most. I think it is partly because it is such a scary monster but also because the story revolves around such a young boy.

  14. The Children, a very eerie film. I think this film was scary for me because it portrayed children as killers. A highly recommended film.

  15. Dont really get scared of Horror movies, but if i had to choose one it would be The Woman in Black, its was a bit tense in a few places especially the Rocking Chair part.

  16. The Disappeared – I love that it is set in a pretty mundane setting and that it relies on the build of tension as much as it does the horror . Its that long climb up the rollercoaster feeling before the drop .

  17. The Lady in Back for certain, hard to beat if you watch it for the first time in a darkened room with the wind howling outside!

  18. It Follows – What an amazing movie! The whole concept of being followed at walking pace no matter where you go is so simple but terrifying until you pass the ‘curse’ on to someone else. Got me thinking about it all the next day! What if you flew to Hawaii? Would it walk through the Pacific Ocean to get to you?! Haha Loved it 🙂 Watched the movie 3 times now!

  19. Insidious because it was made so well that I got drawn in to it. It really made me jump at times.

  20. Mt favourite was The Sleeping Room (2014) because I thought it was such an original idea and I love the Gothic tradition

  21. 28 days later, great movie with scares all the way through, you know its coming but jump out of your skin anyway.

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