Win! The Bait 3D Competition – A Bundle Of Horror DVDs Can Be Yours

bait 3dI saw Bait 3D at the superb Frightfest Hallowe’en all-nighter last year. This week, it reaches UK DVD and Blu-ray. You can hear me talk about it on last week’s podcast, and here’s the official blurb. It’s fantastically loopy:

A tsunami devastates a small Gold Coast town and leaves twelve people trapped in a flooded supermarket. Amidst the horror the group slowly realises that they may not be alone. Trapped with a hungry Great White shark, how many of them will have to die and will rescue ever come?

We also have some prizes to give away, tied into this release. If you want a chance to win a bundle of Horror DVDs, read the following carefully.

To celebrate the release of Bait on DVD and Blu-ray (2D & 3D), we are offering our readers the chance to win a horror DVD bundle which includes The Loved Ones, Road Train, I Saw The Devil, Silent House, Chernobyl Diaries and Cockneys VS Zombies.

In order to enter, simply follow @BleedingCool on Twitter and retweet our special competition tweet.

I think it’s worth it just for The Loved Ones alone. Not enough people have seen that film.

So, good luck – and while we’re here, have a six second promo for Bait. This strips it to the bone.

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