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Competition: Blood Harvest! (Ended)

Competition: Blood Harvest! (Ended)

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Enter our competition to win a Digital Copy of nightmarish new supernatural horror movie Blood Harvest, on Digital and DVD November 16!

Blood Harvest explores the disturbed bond between Audrey (Jessica Reynolds), an enigmatic young woman, and Agatha (Catherine Walker, A Dark Song), her domineering mother, who live secretly as occultists on the outskirts of a remote Protestant village. Following an ominous encounter between Agatha and a grieving townsman, and a rare sighting of Audrey by a local, Agatha’s authority crumbles as Audrey asserts her dominance. Meanwhile, hysteria mounts within the community as a mysterious pestilence spreads throughout the fields and livestock, yet the Earnshaw farm remains strangely unaffected… Set against the autumnal palette of the harvest season in 1973, Blood Harvest is a nightmarish descent into the mythic. This is the second offering from writer and director Thomas Robert Lee (Empyrean), also featuring performances from Hannah Emily Anderson (X-Men: Dark Phoenix) and Jared Abraham (American Animals).

To celebrate the recent release of this chilling new film, we have been given three iTunes codes to give away (courtesy of our friends at Signature Entertainment): if you’re a U.K. resident, enter our competition to win a free Digital Copy of Blood Harvest!

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The winners will be announced in 48 hours on our socials, and the codes will be sent by email. iTunes codes can be redeemed by following a link at the very bottom of every store page of iTunes from your computer, mobile phone, tablet device or AppleTV.

See Also

Blood Harvest: Trailer (Signature Entertainment)

Signature Entertainment presents Blood Harvest on DVD and Digital HD November 16th.

This competition has been listed on Loquax, The Prize Finder, Competition Database and 2Sweeptakes.

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