B-movie icons Danny Trejo (Machete Kills, TV’s Sons Of Anarchy) and Vinnie Jones (X-Men: The Last Stand, TV’s Elementary) star in this inventive slasher that follows a death row inmate who survives execution and returns as a supernatural force known as Reaper. Descending on an isolated hotel which happens to be the meeting place of some very dangerous players, the Reaper’s thirst for blood is only matched by one wily girl’s thirst for survival.
From the director who brought you The Zombie Diaries comes Treehouse, another journey into the dark heart of horror. Local kids are going missing and animals are turning up mutilated. When Killian and Crawford short cut through the woods to get to a party, they begin to discover why and face a pitched battle for their lives into the bargain.
With a weight of fan anticipation already behind it, Sharlto Copley, the breakout star of District 9 and Elysium, star in this taut chiller that centres around a man who wakes up in a mass grave. Rescued by a group of fellow survivors, he then has to establish if he, or one of his saviours, is responsible for the grave in the first place whilst also dealing with an even more deadly threat. Also starring Thomas Kretschmann (Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Downfall)
REAPER and TREEHOUSE were released on DVD on the 6th and 13th October respectively while OPEN GRAVE is released today.
Reviews for all three are pending but bag yourself a copy in the meantime by answering the following insulting, silly and not at all presented for legal reasons, question:
- Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies.
- Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
- Machete, the grumpy man with a machete who improbably sleeps with Jessica Alba, in MACHETE and MACHETE KILLS
Email your answer to us email@example.com with a subject line of HORROR BUNDLE COMPETITION. Closing date is October 27th. Winners will be drawn at random from all correct entries and notified by October 31st. Competition is open to UK residents only.
UPDATE: Congratulations to our winners Natasha Duncan-Drake, Steven Lockley and Carl Barker and thanks to everyone who entered!