Contest! “One Missed Call” 2 Pack and “Art of the Devil” 2 Pack Horror Giveaway! (Ended)


We here at Film Smash have a new contest for our readers, and just in time for Halloween too! We have two prizes, a One Missed Call 2 Pack and an Art of the Devil 2 Pack, both on DVD.







 one_missed_call_packCell phones may not be responsible for causing cancer, but they’re certainly deadly in this pair of Japanese horror films, ONE MISSED CALL and ONE MISSED CALL 2. Fans of the J-horror tradition will not be disappointed by these movies directed by Takashi Miike and Renpei Tsukamoto.

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 art_of_the_devil_2_packA group of high school friends reunite after two years when one of their fathers’ committed suicide. They all spend the night at their friend’s place. When darkness falls, strange things begin to happen to them one by one. It is as if someone is using the black arts on them in revenge for an act this group of friends committed together back at high school.


To enter, simply comment below the answer to this question:

For the One Missed Call Set; What is your favorite Japanese horror film?

For the Art of the Devil Set; What is your favorite Thai horror film?

You may comment once per prize for a chance to win either, but if you win one drawing, you will become ineligible for the other. Also, when commenting, please state which prize you’d prefer should you get picked for both. Good luck everyone!

The important stuff:

A valid e-mail address is needed as winners will be contacted via e-mail. All info is confidential and you WILL NOT be contacted for anything else.

These DVDs are coded for Region 1 playback. International entries are allowed but please make sure you are able to play this format before entry.

Contest ends October 28th, 2013 at 11:59 EST.

Winners: Kit and Dr Phibes! Emails will be sent out shortly!

Contest is over everyone, thanks to all who entered, keep an eye out for more upcoming giveaways!

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  1. Thai horror films aren’t really my thing but I enjoyed The Ghost of Mae Nok. As far as Japan, I have to go with Ju-on, the creepy factor was huge. I’d prefer the OMC collection.

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