Competition: Win Last Shift on DVD


   

   Last Shift, the latest horror film from Anthony DiBlasi, comes to DVD & VOD in the UK on Monday 18th January 2016 courtesy of Solo Media and Matchbox Films - to celebrate, The Totality is offering three of our lucky readers the chance to win one copy each of the DVD, described as "One of the best supernatural thrillers in years" by Moviepilot.


 
   Starring Juliana Harkavy (The Walking Dead), Joshua Mikel (Nashville) and LaRose (Saw III & IV), Last Call is the latest horror movie from the mind that brought us Dread, Cassadaga and Missionary.

   The tale focuses on rookie police officer Jessica Loren (Harkavy) who has been assigned the last shift at a transitioning police station; as she waits patiently for the hazmat crew to return with biomedical evidence, tension cuts the air. Ordered not to leave the station under any circumstance, Jessica comes to learn that it’s more than just an outdated station, its home to the ultimate embodiment of evil and his devoted blood thirsty followers. Jessica is left to fend for herself in the Devil’s playground.



 
   To enter the competition to win one of three copies of the DVD, simply log-in to the Rafflecopter form below with your name and email address - we promise not to share, or pass on, this data to any third parties but will use this information to contact you if you are successful.

   Once logged in, you can enter the competition in up to two ways:

   The first way to do this is to follow my new Twitter account at @KCBFD. You can do this through straight through the Rafflecopter form.

   Alternatively, or as an addition, please leave the name of your favourite horror film in the comments. Once you've done this, you can confirm you've left a comment using the Rafflecopter form (by clicking the "Leave a Blog Post" option and then selecting the "I commented" box).


a Rafflecopter giveaway  

   The winners are selected at random through Rafflecopter and will be chosen, and contacted, on January 22nd 2016. The prizes will be sent out upon confirmation of your win. There are no cash alternatives.

   Entrants must be 15 or over and have a UK shipping address to enter. Maximum of two entries per person - one comment, one Twitter follow each.

   Good luck to one and all!
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137 comments

  1. OMG Horror is my favourite genre and the scarier the better - I still enjoy watching Polterguist, even though it is a very old movie. I also enjoyed the more recent, The Woman in Black.

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  2. Nightmare on Elm Street.

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  3. The Conjuring - it's terrifying!

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  4. I love horror films, there are so many I love but Poltergeist stands out as one of my faves.

    Kirsty Fox

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  5. It's a tough choice between fragile, the ring, sleepwalkers, 30 days of night, halloween, Jeepers creepers, resident evil or aliens. You probably can see how much I love horrors but aliens will win this. Some of the films I have listed here are my all time favourite films.

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  6. 28 DAYS LATER, Especially as it is set in London.

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  7. I love horror but my favourite is nightmare on elm street just because it was the first one I ever see and introduced me to them

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  8. Nightmare on Elm Street 3, as it was the first horror i ever saw xx

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  9. Not sure it entirely counts but I can watch Shaun of the Dead over and over.

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  10. Christine, I named all my cars after the film.

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  11. Funnily enough its The Frighteners, with the great Michael J Fox, and directed by Peter Jackson.

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  12. The Others! It's a real mind-bending film and Nicole Kidman plays yet another starring role!

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  13. Carrie (The original, of course!)

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  14. The Thing, still a masterclass in film making and effects all these years later. Great work Mr Carpenter

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  15. Margaret Clarkson
    An American Werewolf in London

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  16. I liked Halloween and the sequel

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  17. I love Poltergeist

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  18. The Thing (1982 version of course!)

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  19. My fave horror film is the original Hellraiser. My fave quote comes from it: "The box. You opened it. We came."

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  20. Witchfinder General 1968 Vincent Price and Hammer

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  21. The Ring - scares me every time I watch it! (@PeanutHog)

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  22. The Shining
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  23. I love the Scream films

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  24. I love the Saw series, love all the gore!!

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  25. The Shining watch so many times
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  26. The House on Haunted Hill
    Victoria B

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  27. tracey.nock@outlook.com20 January 2016 at 02:49

    Carrie

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  28. The original (and the best!) Nightmare on Elm Street - scared me to death as a kid and is still freaky now!

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  29. Halloween - Michael Myers scares me half to death!

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  30. Rosemary's Baby

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  31. I love all the saws

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  32. The original The Hills have Eyes

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  33. The omen

    Trevor Linvell

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  34. You're Next. Hopefully I'll be receiving a similar message as the next winner of your competitions!

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  35. I love the Nightmare on Elm Street series! Not only jumpy but funny too!

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  36. I love a lot of horror films but my favourite has to be the omen

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  37. Nightmare on Elm Street

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  38. Has to be Dog Soldiers - awesome film, though for had me scared silly it's Ring (the original of course).

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  39. The Omen ( original )
    Steven Beasley

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  40. Carrie, the bit at the end still always gets me!

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  41. varies on mood but Candyman is usually up there (the first one, not the really dodgy sequels)

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  42. Pam Francis Gregory21 January 2016 at 11:52

    The original Nightmare on Elm Street

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  43. It has to be the omen thanks

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  44. nightmare on elm street

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  45. I'm a massive horror fan so lots to choose from but I have to say the Saw franchise is pretty special.

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