Winners of our Wrestlemaniac and Are You Scared? competition
13th May 07
A big thank you to all of you who entered our recent competition to win a pair of DVDs, Wrestlemaniac and Are You Scared?, on DVD, courtesy of Revolver Entertainment who released these two titles on April 30th.
Weíve now drawn the three winners out of the EMB skull, and they are;
Congratulations to the three of you, we will be in touch with you shortly by email to find out your postal addresses to send the prizes to.
If you didnít win this time, you can try your luck at our competition to win a copy of Pervert! on DVD, or keep checking the site for our next competition coming soon.
Wrestlemaniac Amateur movie director Alfonse, his crew and beautiful cast are driving to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to shoot a low-budget porn film. They get lost and happen upon a hidden ghost town called "La Sangre de Dios". The town is known for it's spine-tingling legend about an insane Mexican wrestler EL MESCARADO (The Masked Man) who was created by the President of Mexico for the 1984 Olympics.
Alfonse likes the town's gritty appearance and decides it's the perfect location for his film. The crew positions the camera, snaps on the lights and Alfonse yells "Action!" arousing the famous Luchador.
EL MASCARADO begins a horrofying game of his own and one by one the cast and crew are stalked, beaten and maimed in a series of horrifying death matches. Now the few left alive must figure out how to beat the wrestler at his own game...
Are You Scared? THE LAST GAME YOU'LL EVER PLAY
Six people wake up inside an old building, only to discover that they have been selected to participate in a reality-TV game show called 'Are You Scared?', which they applied to several months ago.
The concept of the game is that everyone has to face their worst fear. But this contest has a twist - unless you're able to overcome your fear in a short period of time, you will die a horrible death...
4th Oct 04 With its fine blend of dark humour and shock horror, you will barely be able to avert your gaze from the screen; from the opening sequence on the desolate moors, to the thrilling finale in Piccadilly Circus.
Top Tom Ten Atkins 6th Jun 06 This is as good as it gets for Tom, and Iím sure if you were to talk to him, he would tell you the same thing.