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Competition: ‘Psalm 21’ DVD giveaway *closed*

If you like your Scandinavian films with a twist of modern Asian Horror then Psalm 21 (2009) will be a welcome addition to your collection of psychologically disturbing cinema. When popular Stockholm priest Henrik Horneus (Jonas Malmsjö) learns of the death of his father Gabriel (Per Ragner – Let The Right One In [2008]) from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in which he died to investigate.

However, his arrival at the village begins to set dark forces into motion, opening a door to the other side where ghosts from the past begin to cross over into the real world. And the ghosts seem to have one single purpose…vengeance.

We have 3 copies up for grabs and all you have to do is unleash your creative demons and pitch us a sequel to any horror movie of your choice in 100 words or less.

For Example:

’28 Months Later’

Plot: Zombies have consumed the entire earth and only one human being survives. Neville Robert (Will Smith) is a former disco champion who lives in an underground bunker by night and wanders the streets looking for rare Bee Gee’s records by day. One afternoon he meets Zombified I am Legend author Richard Matheson chewing on the brains of I am Legend (2007) script writer Akiva Goldsman. Robert begs forgiveness from Matheson for allowing his beautiful original story to be turned into a horrific Hollywood hack job. The screen goes black and all that can be heard is the ripping sound of a spinal column being removed from a human torso.

Write your pitch in the box below or on our Facebook page.

Competition ends on Sunday 29 May, 2011 and the best THREE entries will win a DVD.

Good Luck!


Lee Cassanell

T&C’s
• The competition is open to UK readers only.
• Prizes must be taken as stated and cannot be deferred. There will be no cash alternatives.
• CineVue does not accept any responsibility for late or lost entries due to the internet or email problems.
• CineVue reserves the right to cancel the competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of its control.
• Prizes unclaimed after 28 days will be deemed to have been forfeited.