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  • “31 Nights Of Terror” Contest – Win A Copy Of Vampyres On DVD From Artsploitation Films

    Posted in: Contests, Expired Contests by Gino Sassani on October 5th, 2016

    Our new buddies over at Artsploitation Films wanted put some bite into 31 Nights Of Terror. Believe me when I tell you they went right for the jugular by giving us 2 copies of Vampyres on DVD to give to a couple of lucky winners here at Upcomingdiscs. It’s a little bit like the 1974 cult classic but with a few wicked modern edges. This one is not for the kiddies as it contains plenty of blood and some killer female vampires wearing only that blood. The disc includes an interview with star Caroline Munro.

    To win a copy of this prize, follow these instructions.

    1. Fill out your name and email address in the comment form below – your email address will remain private and visible only to us.
    2. Do not post your address as an actual comment!  Instead tell us – What was the best vampire film ever made?
    3. Only those comments that answer our question will be considered.

    Contest is now closed Winner is Leslie Davis 

    Winners are notified by E-mail. If you did not get a confirmation E-mail from us, check your Spam filter and contact us. Any prize not claimed in 2 weeks will be forfeit and be placed in the end of year contests next Holiday Season.

    Posted In: Contests, Expired Contests

    10 Responses to ““31 Nights Of Terror” Contest – Win A Copy Of Vampyres On DVD From Artsploitation Films”

    1. Ronald Oliver Says:

      The best vampire film ever made was the Universal Studios Classic, ‘Dracula'(1931) starring Bela Lugosi!

    2. Deb Philippon Says:

      I certainly agree that the 1931 Dracula was the classic that all vampire films will be held up against.
      But I have to admit that I love Let the Right One In – Norwegian version.

    3. Jason Fiske Says:

      The Lost Boys….remember that one from my teen years.

    4. Lynda Larsen-Baldry Says:

      The best vampire film ever made was Interview With The Vampire
      I especially loved the cast of Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise and Christian Slater
      It is a hard choice as there are many to chose from as I love Vampire movies

    5. Jim Gardner Says:

      i love the underworld series

    6. Daniel M Says:

      blade

    7. Leslie Davis Says:

      the 1931 Dracula

    8. Anita E Says:

      The Hunger (RIP David Bowie)

    9. Eric Voelker Says:

      Nosferatu (1922)

    10. Vicki Wurgler Says:

      best would be The Lost Boys

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