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Win a Copy of Bedevilled on Blu-ray [ENDED]

Here’s another giveaway we are a little late on, so apologies to our faithful readers. We have been provided with three (3) copies of the revenge horror film Bedevilled from Well Go USA Entertainment on Blu-ray that we will award to three (3) lucky winners, (1 copy each). See below for more details on the disc and how to enter.

“One of the toughest and most powerful films from Korea.
A must-see film for anyone brave enough.” – BeyondHollywood.com

“Chul-soo Yang’s directorial debut is a stellar first feature.” – TwitchFilm

BEDEVILLED

The Award-Winning, International Hit Revenge Horror Film
Debuts on Blu-ray®, DVD and Digital October 9th

Bonus Features Include a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

PLANO, TEXAS.  (August 27, 2012) – Yeong-hie Seo (The Chaser) and Seong-won Ji (Harmony) star in Director Chul-soo Jang chilling first feature BEDEVILLED, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital October 9th from Well Go USA Entertainment.  When her pleas for help are ignored and cause her daughter’s death, a woman seeks revenge on the person she blames.  BEDEVILLED won the Audience Award for “Best Film” and Seo Yeong-hee was named “Best Actress” at Austin’s 2010 Fantastic Fest. In addition, the film was awarded the Grand Prize as Best Film at the 2011 Gérardmer Film Festival and Yeong-hie Seo won “Best Actress” at the 2011 Fantasporto International Fantasy Film Award. Bonus features include a behind-the-scenes featurette.

Synopsis:
A gorgeous woman takes a forced vacation to a strange, beautiful island. She befriends a pretty girl shocked to find out she is treated like a slave by locals and has attempted to escape the island. Can they both get off the island alive?

Bonus Features Include:
§  Behind the Scenes
§  Trailer

BEDEVILLED has a runtime of approximately 115 minutes and unrated.

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