Win The Entire Artsploitation Films DVD Back Catalogue, Only At ScreenAnarchy

Editor, U.S. ; Dallas, Texas (@HatefulJosh)
Philedelphia based film distributor Artsploitation Films has been hibernating for the past 15 months, however, this June they come roaring back with brand new DVD and Blu-ray releases of festival favorites Horsehead, Der Samurai, and The House of 1,000 Eyes.

In celebration, we've teamed up with Artsploitation to offer a unique giveaway to help you better understand what the label is about if you've been sleeping on them. We're giving away the entire Artsploitation back catalogue to one lucky reader. That means 14 different releases of films from India, Latin America, Scandinavia, Asia, and more! Just in case you're wondering what you are missing, check out the gallery below for more information on the individual films as well as trailers. (All content provided by Artsploitation.)

This is one of the biggest giveaways we've ever done, and we're super excited to be hosting it. To enter, just send me e-mail with your name and address as well as the name of the film you're most excited about owning from Artsploitation. This contest is open to US readers only. Please send your entries to josh [at] ScreenAnarchy [dot] net and put "Artsploitation Giveaway" in the subject line.

Just in case you're too antsy for a contest, Artsploitation are also offering an amazing deal for the month of June on their website in which you can order the same 14 disc package for only $99. That's a real bargain in itself!

A stylish supernatural shocker that has been a hit at film festivals around the world. Argentina’s MEMORY OF THE DEAD boasts some terrifying FX setpieces bathed in a candy-colored visual palette that makes Mario Bava’s gothic classics look monochromatic by comparison. Following the sudden death of her husband, Alicia assembles all his friends at a vast country manor for a reading of his final letter. But Alicia also has other plans in mind – helping her husband return from the grave with a spell that will put all of the gathered guests in mortal danger. Scary, hysterical and packed with mind-boggling visuals, MEMORY OF THE DEAD is the cinematic equivalent of a funhouse ride.

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