To celebrate the release of "The Town That Dreaded
Sundown", in UK cinemas from 17 April we're offering a winner a strictly
limited edition copy of acclaimed poster designer Graham Humphrey's UK exclusive
quad (from a signed run of 50), courtesy of Metrodome Distribution.
Based on a terrifying
true story, director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (American Horror Story) makes his
striking feature debut with this shrewd remake of the seventies horror of the
same name, inspired by the unsolved murder spree that took place in the American
border town of Texarkana in 1946.
Set in a world in which the original film exists and is very much part of
popular consciousness "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" picks up 65 years
after a masked serial killer terrorized the small town. Texarkana’s quiet
streets are plagued by a masked maniac who bears a striking resemblance to the
same Phantom Killer who wreaked havoc decades before. Is it a copycat crime? Has
somebody seen the original film too many times or is it something even more
Artist Graham Humphreys is a freelance illustrator and poster designer who has
been working within the horror industry for more than thirty years, perhaps best
remembered for his iconic artwork for the original UK releases of "The Evil
Dead" and "Nightmare On Elm Street" as well as his original artwork
If you want to be in
with a chance of winning a signed copy of this exclusive artwork, just fire off
an email, CONTAINING YOUR FULL POSTAL ADDRESS to the following addy...
The competition will run until Midnight on Friday the
1st of May. Winners will be chosen at random and notified shortly afterwards.
Please remember the competition is only open
to residents of UK & EIRE only!!!
continues to work within the genre he loves, using the traditional paint
medium. Halloween this year will see the publication of a book of Graham's
horror art, entitled 'Graham Humphreys: Drawing Blood'. The launch will be
supported by an exhibition at The Proud Gallery, London.
Visit his website
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