Tuesday, July 16, 2013

A Spine Tingling Giveaway

Mel: "I'm about to watch that horror movie, Mama. You saw it. Should I run away or is it not that bad?"
Michele: "I don't know. I only saw about 10 minutes of it and that was through my fingers. The rest of the time I hid my eyes."

Have you ever read the story that I posted for Trifecta a year and half ago entitled, “The Fire?”  It’s a quick 333 words full of mystery and based on a true story…much like a movie that is being released on July 19th called “The Conjuring.”  Even if you aren’t a believer in the spiritual side, this movie looks like it offers some good adrenaline rushes. The movie features a haunting case that the well-known "ghost hunting" couple, the Warrens, investigated. 

After watching the below trailer, Michele and I were peeing our pants. So, naturally, we plan to see it together when we meet up in Chicago next week  for BlogHer'13.  

We’ll post our review then, but in the meantime, you can watch the (hides eyes) clip and then enter to win free tickets, thanks to Grace Hill Media! Michele and I each have two pairs to give away. You can use them any time through the duration the movie runs in any theater, with the exception of an AMC. 

You jumped, don't lie! It looks spine-tingling, doesn't it? 
Simply use the Rafflecopter below to enter to win a pair of tickets before midnight on Sunday, July 21st. And tell a friend. The more the merrier!  

Good luck, thrill seekers! 


  1. THE scariest movie I've ever seen? Only ONE? That's a tough one. Probably "Ringu," the original Japanese movie "The Ring" is based on. And "The Ring" would be number two, of course.

    1. Oh, goodness! I watched The Ring with fingers in my ears and my head bent down. SO SCARY!

  2. Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds completely freaked me out when I was a kid. I still flinch when I see a huge group of black birds in a tree.

  3. I agree that The Exorcist was really scary.

    Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

  4. Love this post...and agree with Jenn about Ringu. That and Ju-on, the Japanese version of The Grudge.

    Can't wait to hear about you and ODNT's viewing of the movie. I wouldn't recommend wearing your ketchup costumes during the film, viewers behind you might not appreciate the obstructed view. Or, they may thank you later. :)

  5. Good point, Becky. I'd hate to have someone truly trying to kill me in the movie where I feared someone was trying to kill me.

    Can't wait, Mel. :)

    1. I'm going to be in your lap within the first 5 minutes.

  6. Only one of the scariest movies? Dang. Well, if I really had to pick just one, it might be Mama but what truly gave me chills and thrills was The Strangers.

  7. The scariest movie I have ever seen was The Exorcist! With JAWS coming in at a close second. Both are classics!


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