Halloween Contest!

CONTEST IS CLOSED!!!!!!

The lucky winner is Liz Hoover.  Congrats Liz and a HUGE thanks to everybody who played along!

October is upon us and it’s time to celebrate the Halloween season with The Second Annual Teenage Love Zombies Halloween Giveaway Contest!

Nothing goes better with Halloween than horror movies and I want to hear from you what your favorite horror movie is.  And not just the title.  Leave a comment below with your favorite horror movie pick and why it’s your favorite and you will automatically be entered to win the Teenage Love Zombies Halloween Horror prize.

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The Prize Package!

One lucky ghoul will win the following items:

A copy of Teenage Love Zombies issues #1, #2 and #3.

A Teenage Love Zombies Tarot Card Print.

1 original hand drawn custom sketch card from artist Kevin Gentilcore.  You pick what you want me to draw on the card!

A set of buttons consisting of 4 all new designs featuring Teenage Love Zombies characters and Creephouse Comics art.

AND you will have your likeness zombie-fied and added to an upcoming page of Teenage Love Zombies!

How to Enter?

Entering is simple.  Leave a comment below with your favorite horror movie and why.  That is it!  I will randomly pick one entrant and announce the winner on the front page November 1st!  Only one entry per person please.

Also don’t forget to check out the facebook page and my twitter page where I will be holding smaller contests all month long as well.

Happy Halloween!

  • Adam

    I loved Psycho. They way it was done left a lot to the imagination.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Classic. Have you seen the sequels? I think as far as horror movie sequels go they are some of the best. I have not however seen the Bates Hotel movie with Bud Court.

      • Adam

        I’ve seen Psycho 2 but it was years ago. Haven’t seen the ones after it. I’ll have to check them out.

  • Rob Elrod

    My favorite Halloween movie is Trick r’ Treat. Something about the movie just makes me feel like a kid again. There aren’t many horror movies that show Halloween this well. To me, that movie truly shows what Halloween is all about. My favorite horror movie on the other hand is probably John Carpenter’s The Thing 1982. For some reason snow and monsters makes me really happy.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      I love Trick r’ Treat. Was such a shame that it never got released in theaters. It’s the perfect Halloween movie along with the original Halloween.

  • Liz Hoover

    American Werewolf in London because of the iconic transformation scene. CGI can be cool, but I love a ”real” on screen monster!

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      I think that is the gold standard of werewolf movies. It’s pretty darn funny too.

  • Heather

    This is such a difficult task but I’m gonna have to go with Suspiria. Can’t go wrong with Dario Argento. This movie cultivated horror for me. I was hiding behind the couch when my grandpa was watching it when I was 5 and to this day I remember how I felt at that exact moment. I was terrified and mesmerized by the style and terror that overtook my entire being!

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Suspira is a masterpiece! The tone, the color, the camera angles. The whole thing really. This would easily be in my top 5.

  • Joseph Beaver

    Alien. I love how mysterious everything is in the beginning and it’s only later you discover the company’s sinister intent with the creature. Plus, it wasn’t a bunch of hardened soldiers on this ship–just a bunch of space truckers. That’s what appeals to me the most. It’s also why John Carpenter’s The Thing is right up there with Alien for the exact same reason. Soldiers vs. Monsters are cool and all, but I like when the protagonists are somewhat helpless and need to figure out a way to overcome the monster.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Alien, The Thing and Halloween are all tied for my first spot. All of those movies are perfect if you ask me.

      • Joseph Beaver

        Definitely. I had a hard time picking between The Thing and Alien but Alien is dear to me lol. The Thing though… people are still talking about the ending even now. Can’t trust anyone, they could be a THING!

  • Jack Woolverton

    Hellraiser is my top favorite horror film. I enjoy creatures in horror flicks and unique takes on the stories. And the puzzle box and Pin Head are both iconic in horror film history. Also, might I say that various episodes of the Twilight Zone would be up there.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Hellraiser is a classic. The first two in fact. They kind of take a nose dive after that. Oh I love me some Twilight Zone. I love when Rod Serling just pops up smoking a cigarette. Smooth player that guy.

      • Josephine

        Have you heard, Hellraiser will undergo a reboot with the original PinHead, go figure.

        • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

          I heard Clive Barker was involved too so maybe it will be good.

  • Josephine

    While it’s truly campy, the 1985 version of Fright Night is one of my favorite horror movies. I mean, there is a VAMPIRE next door and no one but no one believes poor Charley. I was the same 16 year old horror fan and could imagine if the same thing happened to me, who would give me a second glance when I said the undead lives next door? I know the lore, guess I’ll have to handle it myself.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Oh Fright Night is a good one! Evil Ed! I haven’t seen the remake yet and I just read there is a remake of the sequel. Crazy!

  • KurtSasso

    I’m not much of a Horror movie goer but the very first one that I ever saw was, Evil Dead. It had that mix of horror and quirky comedy that made me chuckle and cringe, I was hooked on the rest of the series ever since.

    Another more mainstream one was Freddy vs. Jason. and the the first Jason film.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      I love all those movies. I am a big fan of when they add humor to horror movies. It doesn’t have to be so serious all the time. Jason VS. Freddy was my Godzilla VS. King Kong. I wish they would have done another one.

  • Doug Miller

    I remember watching the original Halloween when I was very young. It was on one of the cable movie channels and my best friend and I watched it one night when his parents left us alone. It scared the crap out of me! Michael Myers is the perfect slasher protagonist in my opinion. Just hearing that theme song gives me chills to this day.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Halloween is a perfect movie all around. I even love the sequels. Well up to H2O lol.

  • Desirae

    Maybe 976-EVIL. Let’s watch that this weekend! <3

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Yes!

  • Shannon Outlaw

    I’m going to pick one that hasn’t been said yet, Carrie. It’s classified as a horror movie but I consider it a story of a misunderstood girl with a mutant ability. It’s disturbing, angsty & funny. Now my favorite Halloween movie would be Halloween hands down.

    • http://www.teenagelovezombies.com/ Kevin Gentilcore

      Carrie is a good one. I haven’t seen it in awhile but recently we watched a remake from a couple years ago with that actress from May, and we watched Carrie 2: The Rage. That was good cheesy fun. Halloween for Halloween. Gold.