To mark the U.S. release of Beyond the Woods this weekend (which Simon reviewed here), Diabolique has teamed up with Left Films for a special giveaway. We have a stack of horror DVDs up for grabs for one lucky winner. To be in with a chance at winning all you have to do is sign up for or newsletter or email me at [email protected] with the subject line ‘Competition’ and you’ll be entered into a random draw to crown a champion.

The discs are region free and the competition is open to both UK and US residents, so if you live in either of countries and this appeals to you, make sure you enter by this Sunday (March 4th). I’ll contact the winner on Monday morning and have the movies sent out.

As you’ll see below, it’s a varied mix of horror, action, comedy, and more. Keep reading for more information:

Bong of the Dead (2011) – When the world is taken over by flesh eating zombies, best friends Tommy and Edwin figure out a way to benefit from it by turning zombies into fertilizer for growing potent weed! There will be bud.

Onus (2016) – A boy wakes up below a cliff, bloodied, with a gun in his hand, and chained to a man who lies beside him… He stresses hard to remember what happened, and soon the puzzle of the days events come back to him. The story begins.

Umbrage: The First Vampire (2009) – When a dysfunctional family moves into a remote farm terror emerges from the darkness in the form of a vampire cowboy hell bent on revenge.

Invoked (2015) A group of young people went on a abandoned hostel in Sligo, Ireland. After they play a really creepy game, all of them disappear.

Darkest Day (2015) – Dan wakes up on a beach with no memory. He discovers an empty city ravaged by a deadly virus. After befriending a small group of survivors it soon becomes clear the army is hunting him down…

Scars (2016) – In this stark and disturbing story, Scar – a raven-haired punk with blood under her fingernails – and Scarlett – a blond beauty with a penchant for extortion – discover that they enjoy killing men together.

Darkness Waits (2009) – At a secluded summer house, a group of teenagers are stalked by a killer who escaped from the local mental institution.

The People I’ve Slept With (2012) – A promiscuous woman finds herself with an unplanned pregnancy and needs to figure out who the baby daddy is.

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