Tuesday, October 22, 2013
A present to you for my birthday: win The Conjuring
If you've been following Warning Signs, you'll know that founder/writer/all-around great guy T.J. was born on Halloween. This year, he'd like to give one lucky fan a copy of The Conjuring on Blu-ray, which was released on DVD and Blu-ray on Oct. 22.
So what do you have to do to win? Wish T.J. a happy birthday either via comment on this post, on our Facebook page or on Twitter @Warning_Signs31. Your name goes into the hat and I'll pick a winner on Halloween. The winner will be contacted for a mailing address and one of those fancy delivery vans will bring you your prize.
Some rules: one entry per household, mKay?
To tide you over and encourage you to enter, here are some fun facts about The Conjuring.
The Conjuring 5 Things to know… INTERACTIVE GIFS! 1) The Conjuring is directed by the acclaimed James Wan, the Australian-born director of the fright-fests Insidious and the Saw series. His Twitter handle is @CreepyPuppet. Say no more. 2) The Conjuring has been given an “R” rating by the MPAA. Not because of blood, gore, or violence, but simply because it’s just so scary from start to finish! 3) The Conjuring’s cast and crew experienced creepy events during filming. Scratches appeared out of nowhere on Vera Farmiga’s computer soon after she agreed to act in the movie, the crew were routinely woken by something in the “witching hour” between 3 and 4AM, and the real-life Carolyn Perron fell and broke her hip while visiting the set. 4) The Rhode Island farmhouse where The Conjuring is set once belonged to an accused witch, Bathsheba, who tried to sacrifice her children to the devil and killed herself in 1863. 5) Hold your applause! The Conjuring will make you terrified to clap! Whether it’s playing a traditional game of hide-and-seek by following the clapping sounds like the mother and daughter in the movie, or being terrorized by ghostly claps in different rooms of the haunted farmhouse, these claps throughout the movie will give you the creeps!