Monday, August 17, 2009

Movie Monday

Welcome back to our 3rd edition of Movie Monday were readers are reviewing Gothic movies for a chance to win a signed hard copy of Prophecy of the Sisters as well as some Prophecy swag.

This week's winner is Kristen, who watched and reviewed The Changeling.   Congratulations Kristen!!!  I will be emailing you for your address so that Michelle can send you your prizes.

Remember: Watch one of the following movies, post the review on your blog, link back to this contest page as well as Michelle Zink's blog. You must also mention Prophecy and post the cover of the book. Once your post is up, come back here and leave the link in the comments. The post can go up anytime between now and Saturday. On Sunday, I will draw a random winner from all the entries and post the winner on next week's Movie Monday. The winner will receive a signed hard cover copy of Prophecy as well as assorted Prophecy swag.

For every week that you participate, your name is put into the Grand Prize drawing for a Gothic Swag Bag - gift cards, jewlery, movies, etc.

The list of movies to choose from are as follows:

Interview with a Vampire
The Others
Wuthering Heights
Rear Window
Dial M for Murder
The Village
The Orphanage
An American Haunting
Sleepy Hollow
The Skeleton Key
The Haunting
The Changeling
30 Days of Night
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Van Helsing
The Crow
Edward Scissorhands


WordVore Prod said...

Whee! First entry!:D
Here's my review of Eddie Scissorhands:

Kristen said...

Yay! I won! Woot for Prod doing it! Go girl! I'm going to watch Interview with a Vampire or The Talented Mr. Ripley this week.

Kristen said...

I reviewed The Crow this week!

WhatBriReads said...

Nice to see that others are joining in! :D

This week I watched Interview with the Vampire

Ashley said...

I wish that I could've started sooner! I love gothic movies & this contest. booksobsession(at)gmail(dot)com

I watched and reviewed Interview With A Vampire:

Melanie said...

I'm so glad I found out about this contest! I love the excuse to watch older movies. :)

I reviewed Rebecca here:

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