Terror Dave’s “Hidden Horror” Contest!

New contest

We’re pleased to announce the Terror from Beyond the DavesHidden Horror: A Celebration of 101 Underrated and Overlooked Fright Flicks Contest!

For those who missed the review HERE or coverage of the book launch party HERE, this book features 101 horror films that, while not necessary the most famous in the genre, are absolutely worth checking out! Among the titles (each written by individual authors) is an essay written by our own Terror Dave Fuentes on Dark Night of the Scarecrow! While this flick is a favorite of the Daves we began to wonder…what Hidden Horrors do YOU, our readers, love…thus bringing us to our contest!

Here’s a chance for you to win a copy of the new book, Hidden Horror: A Celebration of 101 Underrated and Overlooked Fright Flicks along with other great prizes!!!


To enter, send us your name along with telling us your favorite underappreciated horror movie and why! Be sure to also share a few sentences as to WHY it’s one of your favorites; and be as detailed as possible!

Prizes include…

 THIRD PLACE WINNER: A signed copy of Hidden Horror: A Celebration of 101 Underrated and Overlooked Fright Flicks

 SECOND PLACE: A signed copy of the book along with an 8×10 photo of “Bubba” from  Dark Night of the Scarecrow signed by J.D. Feigelson!

FIRST PLACE WINNER: Signed copy of the book, J.D. Feigelson signed copy of the Dark Night of the Scarecrow Collector’s Edition DVD, an 8×10 montage of H.G. Lewis films signed by H.G. Lewis himself!

Entries should be emailed to terrordaves@gmail.com! Please write “Hidden Horror Contest” on the subject line! All Entries must be in before Wednesday March 26th!

Best of luck unearthing those Hidden Horrors!

The Terror Daves

2 thoughts on “Terror Dave’s “Hidden Horror” Contest!

  1. My favorite unappreciated horror film would have to be Mario Bava’s “Planet of the Vampires.” It’s a great little film that looks utterly different than anything that had been done before, and told a great little “possession” type story, but on a cosmic scale. Love the fact that they tried a “twist” ending…

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