Competition: Win JeruZalem on DVD





   JeruZalem, the new biblical horror film directed by The Paz Brothers, comes to VOD on March 28th and DVD from the April 4th. To celebrate, The Totality is giving an opportunity for three of our lucky readers to get their hands on a DVD copy of a movie which Classicalite says: "Will scare the religion out of you"!



   The movie stars a trio of Americans - Rachel (Danielle Jadelyn), Sarah (Yael Groblas) and  Kevin (Yon Tumarkin)  - who visit Israel on holiday but find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. The holy city of Jerusalem, you see, hosts a gateway to hell itself, a portal which allows all kinds of demonic entities access to our world. Ultimately, the Paz brothers' movie "slowly escalates into spasms of orgiastic terror".



   Intriguingly, too, this is a feature which is largely shot from a first-person perspective (using wearable Google Glass-esque technology as an innovative tool to enter the tale). To get a sneak preview as to the type of horror which unfolds in the film, turn your volume on full, turn the lights down low and press play on the video below!


   To enter the competition to win one of three copies of JeruZalem on 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 your entry is successful.

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

   The first way to do this is to follow my (relatively 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 director 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 April 3rd 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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96 comments

  1. Alfred Hitchcock.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. M Night Shyalaman

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  3. Alfred Hitchcock

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  4. I really enjoy the horrors films of John Carpenter, now he really knew how to to put the wind up you!

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  5. Alfred Hitchcock has to be the best always love to watch his films again

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  6. After watching Audition, I'd say Takashi Miike.

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  7. Given the lack of special effects available at the time, it has to be Alfred Hitchcock. His films are still scary even today.

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  8. Wes Craven Nightmare on Elm street is a good jumpy film

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  9. John Carpenter

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  10. Alfred Hitchcock directed some great classic films

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  11. Wes Craven, love those Scream films!

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  12. Robert Eggers is certainly a man who is coming into his own with horror movies

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  13. Sounds interesting - could be what I've been praying for.

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  14. This looks good, my fav is John Carpenter

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  15. Charmian Filewood31 March 2016 at 17:49

    Wes Craven aka the daddy!

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  16. It has to be George A. Romero

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  17. Alfred Hitchcock is the greatest!

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  18. Alfred Hitchcock was a great pioneer in horror films.

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  19. John Carpenter

    Trevor linvell

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  20. I have to agree with a lot of other posts I think Wes Craven too :)

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  21. Alfred Hitchcock


    lisa ann tebbutt

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  22. Eli Roth and John Carpenter :)

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  23. Steven Beasley1 April 2016 at 14:17

    Wes Craven

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  24. It has to be Wes Craven - Grew up on his films

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  25. I would say it would be Hitchcock. Thanks for the chance!

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  26. Lynsey Buchanan1 April 2016 at 16:29

    Wes Craven

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  27. Tobe Hooper
    Victoria B - @ickle0ne

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  28. wes craven

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  29. John Carpenter

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  30. Guillermo Del Toro for sure x

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  31. Alfred Hitchcock, everybody tries to match him.
    George Williamson

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  32. Dario Argento

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  33. Joanna Kasznicki2 April 2016 at 15:19

    Wes Craven

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