WIN A VERY RARE, ONE OF A KIND, BLU-RAY 3D FILM – THE COLLECTION

WIN A VERY RARE, ONE OF A KIND, BLU-RAY 3D FILM – THE COLLECTION

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Back in June of last year Zombie Popcorn interviewed Andrew Murchie, the director/writer/3D film maker and owner of Enhanced Dimensions, who happens to be based in Scotland.  If you recall that interview then you will remember his love for creating awesome 3D content.

Well, Zombie Popcorn has a very special treat for you.  We are giving away two copies of Andrew Murchie’s horror short, The Collection. Keep in mind that you can not get this film anywhere else, they are not sold in stores or online. You can only get them through Zombie Popcorn or if you are really lucky, through Andrew himself. [singlepic id=1754 w=320 h=240 float=right]

The Collection (3D) is a short horror film from Enhanced Dimensions produced as part of the 2012 leg of The 48 Hour Film Project. Written, filmed and edited over the weekend of 18th -20th of May 2012 this is the first 3D entry to the 48 Hour Film Project outside of the US.
The film premiered at the Cameo Picturehouse in Edinburgh on 22nd May in glorious anaglyph 3D! The full 3D short is available online via the YouTube 3D Player for 3D TV, 3D Computer or a wide variety of other supported 3D platforms.

The cast include the brilliant Nick Cheales as the obsessive collector Professor Kit Young and an equally strong performance from Frasier Fulton as his young research assistant Julian Lamb. Nick and Fraser are scheduled to work together again later in 2012. The crew were again dragged in front of the cameras as extra’s including Dale Peet as the rather creepy “Pigboy”, Rhiannon Grist’s muddy feet and Andrew Murchie’s pierced bleeding brow!

The score is provided by Neil Warden who again managed to deliver a brilliantly suitable soundtrack enhancing the film’s menacing mood.

Andrew really understands how to work a 3D camera and get the most out of a shot and it shows in all of his works.  Check out the trailer for The Collection.

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The Collection includes;

  • The Collection in 2D
  • The Collection in 3D (side by side Blu-Ray and Red Cyan Anaglyph DVD)
  • Trailer
  • Behind the scenes featurette
  • Behind the scenes slideshow  [singlepic id=1755 w=320 h=240 float=right]

Enough of my type’n – here is how you enter to win.

Just follow these steps;

  1. Follow @ZombiePopcorn and Tweet the following;
    I just entered the ‘The Collection 3D giveaway @ZombiePopcorn @enhancedddd #horror #contest’
  2. Like‘ this post  (The ‘Like’ Facebook Button at the left of this post – click it)
  3. +1 this post (The +1 button at the left of this post – click it)
  4. Sign up for Zombie Popcorn’s Newsletter. The sign up is at the bottom of this post (Winners will be announced in the Newsletter)
  5. Leave a comment below telling us why you should win, The Collection 3D’

Contest ends Sept. 13, 2012

At that time two people will win The Collection 3D!

RULES:
All steps must be followed. If any information is missing you will not be eligible to win.
This contest is only open to people who are 18 years or older.  If you are under 18 and wish to enter please get permission from your parent or guardian. By entering this giveaway you agree to the rules and confirm that you are over the age of 18 or are under 18 and received parental permission to enter. Winners will be emailed and will have 24 hrs to respond to claim prize.

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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.

Comments
  • Sandie Ellsworth1

    October 11, 2012

    Holloween is one of my family’s favorite
    holidays, and we sure would like to win The Collection 3D giveaway @ ZombiePopcorn @ enhancedddd#horror#contest.

    Reply
  • Frank2

    September 9, 2012

    Because I like horror movies!!!!!!!!!

    Reply
  • Kenneth F. Mayer3

    September 2, 2012

    Sounds like quite a scare. Would love to view with family and friends.

    Reply
  • Rose H.4

    August 30, 2012

    I wonder how a horror movie looks in 3D… oh goodness. O ____ O They’re scary but fun! 😀

    Reply
  • Stephen N.5

    August 30, 2012

    I should win because unlike a lot of people I really enjoy 3D. In fact I am somewhat of a 3D collector. Anything and everything that has to do with 3D I must own. Also, I am a huge horror fan and appreciate the short films that, like this one, seem to have more heart and soul than mainstream . . . crap.

    Reply

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