Thursday, October 27, 2011

Caption Contest: 12 Hours of Terror at The Belcourt Sunday!

Posted By on Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 3:04 PM


C'mon, don't be shy ... who wants to be the writhing victim of a MADMAN'S LUST?!? Oh, you'll get your chance, Nashville. You'll get your chance as The "Hellcourt" cranks up "12 Hours of Terror" starting Sunday at noon.

Wanna see reanimated frat boys meet the business end of a flamethrower? Arrive early for Night of the Creeps! Softcore chicken-fixin' and a disco exorcism? Win a dream date with Abby! A swampload of angry worms in your bath, closet and dinner? Wriggle along with Squirm! Factor in the restored splatterfest Zombie, the first Nashville screening of the insane cult fave Lady Terminator and the climactic showing of Return of the Living Dead — not to mention classic trailers, between-movie giveaways, and invasive check-ups from horror host Dr. Gangrene — and you've got a marathon of marauding menace!

To win a pair of passes to Sunday's event, simply post in the comments section the most gut-busting (or -munching) caption you can come up with for the photo provided here. Remember to include your email address with your caption — it won't be published, but we'll need it in order to contact our winners. Also, by submitting, your email address will be included on our Scene promo list.

We'll pick our winners noon Friday, so get back in touch with us as soon as possible (as we'll have to pass the tickets on to the next person in line if we don't hear back from you within an hour). And if that concludes our ghoulish order of grisly business ... go!

UPDATE, 10-30: Congratulations to Jason Christensen, who won the pair of tickets with the entry, "6 million dollar man and the $12 haircut arrive at the Oscars." Thanks for playing!

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