WIN Horror DVD’s to Celebrate The Release of ‘Triangle’

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TRIANGLE – Written & Directed by Christopher Smith

Starring – Melissa George

From acclaimed British director Christopher Smith (CREEP, SEVERANCE) comes Triangle, a unique concept psychological thriller that turns the genre on its head. Triangle will have its World Premiere as the opening night film of Film4 FrightFest in London on the 27th August attended by the director and 1,300 film fans.

When Jess sets sail on a yacht with a group of friends, she cannot shake the feeling that there is something wrong. Her suspicions are realised when the yacht hits a storm and the group is forced to board a passing ocean liner to get to safety, a ship Jess is convinced she’s been on before. The ship appears deserted, the clock on board has stopped, but they are not alone… Someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one. And Jess unknowingly holds the key to end the terror.

Starring Melissa George, Michael Dorman, Rachael Carpani and Henry Nixon. Directed and written by Christopher Smith. Produced by Jason Newmark, Julie Baines and Chris Brown

Film4 FrightFest is the UK’s biggest horror & fantasy film festival, screening over 35 premieres from around the world at the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square, August 27 to August 31 inclusive. With plenty of special guest appearances, Q & A’s, signings, sneak previews and fabulous goody bags, this is the annual highlight for all fans of the genre.

TRIANGLE will open in cinemas across the UK 16th October 2009

WIN!!

To celebrate the release, Girlie Gossip have x3 bundles of cool horror DVDs to give away. They include 30 Days of Night, Splinter and The Grudge 3.

To be in with a chance of winning just leave us a comment telling us your favourite horror movie title and a bit about why you like it below! We look forward to reading your comments and choosing winners on or after October 31st 2009. Good luck!

43 Comments

  • dmon says:

    i love ‘house of 1000 corpses’. it’s deliciously gory (for a horror fan like me) but the dark humour kinda lifts it! it’s a well shot low budget film with a good soundtrack. they use some obscure songs which aren’t normally my kind of music but they suit the film and add to the atmosphere.

  • onions1 says:

    It has to ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ it’s the first horror film I ever saw and is truly a classic, I could’nt go to the bathroom on my own for weeks afterwards and had some very scary dreams about Freddie!

  • stuartcricket1 says:

    Mine would be Bram Stokers Dracula becauses its just a very classy horror film brill story,lovely back drops and set pieces,good horror parts and a love story chucked in which this make this stand out from most normal horrors :)

  • trampus says:

    Halloween – it still to this day gives me goose bumps and sends shivers up my spine as soon as I hear the soundtrack. The lunacy and evil apparent throughout the film was just so utterly shocking for its era and to me it seemed so real without having to stretch your imagination too far

  • ladycassie says:

    I love the scream trilogy
    typical slash movies but with
    a twist each time at the end

  • tinatwo72 says:

    The Fog original, we get lots of fog around where I live, and always finding fog scary after this film its now terrifying, but I cannot resist watching this film

  • fancynancy says:

    bride of chucky , its so ridiculous but it scares the pants of me , i had to watch it from under the duvet behind the sofa

  • pipersky says:

    Don’t know why, but the eighties version of ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ totally freaks me out. It’s the people opening their mouths and making that horrible wailing sound that does it *shudder*

  • korkythekat says:

    Hard to choose between the Saw ones & Jeepers Creepers, love them both though think the Jeepers Creepers ones are more scary silly in a way :)
    first one i ever saw was ‘The Exorcist’ back in the ’70’s & that got me hooked on horror films, luv them all !!

  • Nicky63 says:

    Mine has to be Lost Boys, I must have watched that film 30 times or more, I just love the atmosphere of it, it of course has nothing to do with young Keifer Sutherland being in it, no, nothing at all to do with that ;)

  • morex says:

    The Ruins. Whilst watching this my husband draped a tree branch on my shoulder. I nearly died

  • paulineppp says:

    The Shining. That Scary jack Nicholson film. The scariest bit for me was seeing Jack frozen to death in the hedge maze at the end of the film. EPIC HORROR FILM. Love it !!

  • polly321 says:

    I love all the Urban Legend films they always make me hide behind a cushion but I still love them

  • joanne_old says:

    Again I love Nightmare on Elm Street- Freddy gives me the creeps still, him and that boiler room!

  • alexlukeshelby says:

    Silence of the Lambs, I watch it at the movies and came out in total darkness, still scares me today

  • mpad6869 says:

    Has to be A Nightmare on Elm Street. Just for the fact that its Johnny Depps movie debut!!!

  • josie301 says:

    pyscho is a fab classic thriller!

  • sweir1 says:

    texas chain saw massacre. the title’s enough to put goosebumps on top of goosebumps

  • emmacella says:

    In my opinion, ‘Alien’ is the only perfect movie in the history of cinema

  • aesop30 says:

    My favourite horror film was “The Ring”

    where if you watched a cursed video tape you received a telephone call saying that you will die within 7 days

    scared the hell out me and I am still very careful who I lend videos from!

  • JSP says:

    Blair Witch Project – I get so scared that i’ve only seen the end once

  • twirlywhirly says:

    Scariest for me and still my fav is The Exorcist – Scary nightmarish but fab!
    It never fails to scare who ever watches it!
    Another thing is many of the cast after making this film died!! scary

  • zippy73 says:

    Don’t really like horror but Scream is always the one – got it on DVD but never what it unless on TV!

  • lorilizy says:

    The Exorcist is the Daddy (or Mummy?) of all horror films – it had it all rotating heads, vicars and green vomit. All the ingredients for a true classic.

  • allycat25 says:

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
    The chainsaw enough said

  • ali991 says:

    The Omen, its the way it builds up the suspense and you know something is going to happpen

  • lalamb says:

    The Amityville Horror – really scared me when I watched this. If anyone mentions horror films this is the one that sticks in my mind.

  • deprosica says:

    An American Werewolf in London – a delicious blend of horror and humour.

  • sadiewoohoo says:

    Oh I LOVE Wrong Turn. Even just by the title you can tell its gonna be one of my fave kinds – people setting foot on lan they’ aint welcome in’ and facing the consequences – lovely stuff!

  • sjohnson23 says:

    Poltergeist is the scariest film ever made and even has unfortunate events of the film’s cast and crew tied to it. There are so many freaky things that happen in that film, I can hardly pick the one that most scared me, but I think it’s most likely where the husband’s skin starts to peel off while he’s in the bathroom…really revolting. The little girl played the part incredibly well and the old lady was creepy too. I can’t fault the film for anything and it will always be my most loved horror flick.

  • poodle1977 says:

    Teeth.
    Stupid title – stupid film.

  • strewthie says:

    I remember watching Carrie as a young girl and being petrified !

  • cheekychicken24 says:

    Near Dark for me – it’s the most realistic vampire film ever. If there is such a thing! If there were vampires, I’m sure they’d be dirty and mean and poor as shown in this film, rather then pale and glamorous as shown in others!

  • lisaell says:

    When i was little I watched horror movies with my Mum but there was one i couldn’t watch and that was “Night of the living dead” but my favourite was Poltergeist, I love the little girl and the lady with the squeeky voice (Zelda Rubinstein – had to seach for her name)
    Great film

  • IKKLE87 says:

    I’m a bit of a chicken when it comes to scary films. I daredn’t watch them alone. I like the Scream films though because they remind me of when they first came out and all the lads at school would prank call saying lines from the film. Plus they are funny in parts.

  • alicemegan93 says:

    The saw trilogy definately. Horribly gruesome but very clever. Can’t wait to see the most recent addition

  • cuddlebunny says:

    its gotta be nightmare on elm street i was only a teenager when it came out & it scared me then & still freaks me out now

  • Jemma0312 says:

    My favourite horror film is The Exorcist. I am a total wimp and usually hide behind a cushion making me miss most horror movies but The Exorcist I can watch because my husband tells me he can see a slight resemblence between me and the little girl when she is possessed and when I have PMT, ha! Charming! I can’t watch it without having a good old giggle now!

  • sam888 says:

    So many great movies to choose from but if i had to pick one it would be 1978 Dawn of the dead great plot love the fact that people are traped in the mall and have free run of all the shops even though theres killer zombies out side trying to get to them.

  • oneday12 says:

    My favourites are the Final Destination series. They are extremely clever in leading you completely up the garden path and you never know who’s going to die next or how. In a weird way the deaths are also highly comical which I think really adds to any great horror!

  • Ladyluck13 says:

    I like classic 70s/80s horror movies best, The Fog, Exorcist, Poltergeist and George Romero. But my fave is Halloween, just a total classic with all the right elements for a great movie, will be watching it tonight lol

  • sandra24 says:

    night of the living deadbecause I liked the music

  • deesitt says:

    What a great prize, I love the old horrors, we used to have a late night horror session at our cinema at weekends

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