Want to win a copy of The Conjuring on Blu-Ray/DVD? Sure you do…

It’s getting pretty darn close to Halloween and if you’re anything like us that means it’s time for overdosing on all the scary, creepy, gory movies we can get our sticky candy-coated fingers on. Whether it’s pulling your favorites off the shelf, watching the AMC movie marathons, hitting theaters for revival screenings, or scoping out Netflix or Redbox, October is a time to indulge. Short on cool horror to watch? Well, we’ve got one lucky Cult Film Club listener covered.

We’re partnering with Warner Brothers to give away a free copy of The Conjuring which was just released on Blu-Ray and DVD this past Tuesday. What’s better than free horror movies?

Co-host Jaime really dug the flick and she probably has better taste than Pax and Shawn combined, so there’s that. If her stamp of approval isn’t enough, here are some factoids about the flick…

So, what do you have to do for a chance to win? Just three little things:

1) Leave a comment below to tell us your Top 5 favorite supernatural horror films. Be sure to include your email address so we can contact you if you’re the winner.

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Official Rules:

You must do all of the above three things to be eligible. Only one entry per person. Winner will be selected at random. Contest ends October 31, 2013. Lucky winner will be announced Halloween night and contacted via email.

  • Kenny

    I’m sure these will be the same as a lot of other people’s. Thanks for the opportunity!

    2.The Beyond
    3.Pulse (Japan)
    4.Ringu (Japan)
    5.The Frighteners


    • http://www.shezcrafti.com/ ShezCrafti

      Great list!

    • http://www.brandedinthe80s.com/ Shawn Robare

      Poltergeist is of course super close to my heart, but I love the crazy insanity of The Beyond…!

  • Wayne Terrell

    1. Suspiria
    2. Boxer’s Omen
    3. The Beyond
    4. Demons
    5. 976-EVIL

    • http://www.brandedinthe80s.com/ Shawn Robare

      Huh, never heard of Boxer’s Omen, I’ll have to look that one up!

      • Wayne Terrell

        Oh, it’s INSAAAAAAAANE. Prepare to have your face melted.

  • Stamps1723

    1. The Thing
    2. The Shining
    3. Dawn of the Dead
    4. The Wicker Man
    5. The Birds


  • http://www.junkfed.com/ Tintod

    The Devil’s Backbone
    Dellamorte Dellamore
    The Shining
    The Exorcist

  • Gabriel

    1. The Wolf Man (Lon Chaney Jr.)
    2. The Others
    3. The Evil Dead (Bruce Campbell)
    4. The Mummy (Boris Karloff)
    5. Dracula (Bela Lugosi)

    • Paxton Holley

      Gabriel, nice grouping of the Universal Monsters. Especially to have Wolf Man first (not that you listed in any order). That makes me happy.

      No one shouting out to Hammer Studios?

      • Gabriel

        Actually, The Wolf Man is my very favorite.

        • Paxton Holley

          You have excellent taste. A gentleman AND a scholar.

  • http://limereviews.blogspot.com/ Mette

    1-The Exorcist

    2-The Shining

    3-The Conjuring

    4-The Woman in Black, 2012 version

    5-Dracula, 1931 version

    • http://limereviews.blogspot.com/ Mette

      My email adress is limereviews@googlemail.com

    • Paxton Holley

      So the Daniel Radcliffe Woman in Black movie is good? I want to watch it but I’ve never really heard from anyone that it’s good.

      • http://limereviews.blogspot.com/ Mette

        Personally, I liked it a lot. It had a great atmosphere, which is something I value in horror movies, and I always like me some Daniel Radcliffe. I did watch the 80s version to compare, but didn’t like it as much as everyone else – the new one is far more engaging in my opinion.

      • http://www.shezcrafti.com/ ShezCrafti

        I was just telling Shawn over the weekend I prefer the 1980 made-for-TV original. The new one wasn’t horrible, but too much CGI for me. I think practical effects are scarier because the subtlety is more believable.

  • http://goodwillhunting4geeks.blogspot.com/ The Goodwill Geek

    1. The Shining
    2. Nightmare on Elm Street
    3. Trick R’ Treat
    4. The Devil’s Backbone
    5. Bubba Ho-Tep


  • http://www.therobotspajamas.com/ RobotsPJs

    1. The Thing
    2. Blob 1988
    3. Hellraiser
    4. Bad Taste
    5. Into the Mouth of Madness

  • Michelle Elaine Whaley

    1. Legend of Hill House, 2. The screaming skull 3. American Haunting, 4. The Haunting, 5. The house of the devil are my top five

  • C Raymond Pechonick

    The Exorcist

    The House on Haunted Hill
    Blair Witch Project (Yes, I know I am one of five people who liked this movie…)

    The Shining

    • C Raymond Pechonick

      crpechonick at Gmail. com

    • Paxton Holley

      It’s become fashionable to bash Blair Witch the last few years but for what it was its a good, scary movie. I even enjoyed the misguided sequel.

      But I still enjoy found footage movies which everyone else seems to hate all of a sudden. I find them fun and interesting and usually more scary than a typical slasher movie.

      • C Raymond Pechonick

        I love found footage movies!

        I think the thing I like the most about Blair Witch is that it left it all up to your imagination. They really never showed much of anything they just let you fill it in…

  • Jodi Pechonick

    The Conjuring
    Rosemary’s Baby
    The Exorcist
    The Shining
    JodiP529_at _gmail_dot_com

  • steve weber

    The Blair Witch Project
    The Exorcist
    Paranormal Activity
    The Shining

  • http://www.brandedinthe80s.com/ Shawn Robare

    Alright Folks! We have a winner, Jodi Pechonick! Congrats,and we’ve contacted you for your info so we can deliver your Blu-ray/DVD!

    • C Raymond Pechonick

      I demand a recount! Them Pechonick’s can not be trusted she must have rigged it somehow!

  • Todd Lovessweeps

    Evil Dead II The Exorcist

    The Ring
    The Shiningi
    Army of Darkness

    toddlovessweeps at gmail.com