Friday, September 23, 2011

Win Free Horror Shit : Trick 'r Treat 3D Artwork From Popsic Art!!

Before we get into a brand new giveaway, I want to first announce the winner of the last giveaway, which was for a kickass Pennywise the clown mask from HalloweenCostumes.com. In order to enter you had to guess how many pieces of candy corn Sam had left over from last Halloween ...

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... with the person coming closest to the actual number being chosen as the winner of the mask. Believe it or not, one lucky commenter placed a guess that was within one number of the actual number. The actual number of pieces of candy corn in Sam's little jar was 331, and a man by the name of CHAD MILBURN was the winner of the giveaway with a guess of 332 pieces. So congratulations Chad and you will be receiving your Pennywise mask in the mail real soon. Have fun with it and try not to scare too many little kids. Actually, scare as many of them as you possibly can ... and send me a picture and/or video of you doing it!!

By the way, for anyone who's thinking of leaving a jar of candy corn in a room that's been known to have a high density of ants, I encourage you to put a lid on them or abandon that idea entirely. Poor Sam's little jar was infested with a shit ton of ants the day after I made the giveaway post, forcing me to toss them all in the garbage. Thankfully, I had counted them prior to the infestation!

But anyway, speaking of Sam, let's get on with our next giveaway!!

A while back I gave away a Freddy Krueger piece from Popsic Art, a company that specializes in hand cut 3D art pieces based around the world of pop culture. Today, Popsic Art returns with another little treat for you all, one that is quite fitting to where we are on the calendar right about now ...

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This piece of papercut artwork is completely hand cut, glued on layer by layer, and is housed inside a beautiful black wooden frame, with the capability of both sitting on a shelf or hanging on your wall (the wire to do so is included on the back). The framed piece is 5" by 5" and goes for $25 over at the Popsic Art shop. But since artist Joshua Zaitz loves you all, he's graciously sent one to me to give to one of you guys or gals absolutely free of charge. What could be better than that?!

All you've gotta do to enter is leave me a comment below with your e-mail address and the answer to the following question :

- If you could see one scene from Trick 'r Treat in three dimensions, which scene would you choose and why?

Giveaway is open to everyone and will run through next Friday, September 30th. Good luck to all and be sure to check out Popsic Art for more awesome 3D artwork!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh, definately the werewolf transformation scene. Personally, I found that to be one of the best parts of the movie, and while I'm not a 3D fan, I would like to see it in 3D. To see all those women transforming into horrific creatures, while pieces of people and skin appear to be flying out at us.....that would be awesome!I think it would make the scene even more horrific.

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Matt De Luna, the De Lunatic said...

-Matt
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The one scene I would want to see in 3D is when Mr. Kreeg opens the door and realizes that the kids, who he thought he killed, are on his front door waiting for him. Such a great twist ending, kind of like Tales from the Crypt.

Caffeinated Joe said...

The opening, with Emma and Henry and their front yard. Would look great in 3D, all the decorations!

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Morphine said...

The scene I would want to see in 3D is Rhonda holding a Jack o Lantern, she is one of my favorite characters.

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Anonymous said...

I think just the scene when the kids are walking down the street past the yard with all the pumpkins and Halloween decorations would look awesome:) mrdurden21 @ hotmail dot com

Sarah Queen said...

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I would have to say the scene where the kids are down in the quarry and are attacked would be awesome in 3d. I'd like to see rhonda going up in the elevator while the other kids are meeting the dead and rotting kids. I love halloween :)

Tony Hicks said...

I would want to see when sam sets up the jack o lantern with the writing on the wall when the pumpkin shoots flames. It's really creepy and that in 3d would be a good jump. Then after when he reaches out and cuts his ankle because that would be perfect 3D.

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Cat said...

I think I'd love to see Sam's scene in 3-D. Maybe that's a little much, but it's one of my favorite parts, and could get kind of cool.

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Anonymous said...

The scene I would love to see in 3D is where Anna Paquin's character is walking in the forest toward the party, with all the pumpkins on either side of the path. There's so much depth, and atmosphere in that sequence (enough for several horror flicks) that I'm sure it would be beautiful in three dimensions.

Chris
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AgonyMyers said...

I would have to say when it shows Charlie's head after Steven and his son finish carving him, it's a split-second scene but I believe it'll look really 'in your face' in 3D.


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Alex said...

I'd like to see the Halloween school bus massacre in 3D!

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MsMetal said...

Sam. Just Sam! He is the perfect icon for Halloween!

Anonymous said...

I would love to see the candy scene in 3D were that fat, curly haired kid just spews blood out of his mouth after eating that poisoned candy. To watch him vomit blood into the crowed would be so awsome and to see the looks on the crowds faces after he did it would be so priceless!!

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Spencer said...

I'd love to see Anna Paquin's transformation into a werewolf in 3D. That scene was the biggest twist for me and it's such a badass scene that would be even more badass in 3D!


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Paul said...

I would have to say that the scenes with them going down to where the school bus crashed would be awesome. That whole scene from the prank to the actual event. It would be cool to see them coming out of the water and coming after them. What a great movie!

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