Contest: FANGORIA Gives Away “ZOMBIEWORLD” Survival Kits


Epic snowstorms? Hurricanes? Apocalyptic plague and zombie outbreaks? You can now be prepared for all of it with your new emergency kit courtesy of ZOMBIEWORLD and FANGORIA! These fantastically handy sets include a first aid kit, emergency blanket, flashlight/keychain and water pack, all within a versatile fanny pack so you can keep your hands free to fight off hordes of the undead. Keep reading for info on how to enter!

For those unfamiliar, here’s the official synopsis for ZOMBIEWORLD:

ZOMBIEWORLD is a collection of short films focusing on survivors across the world as they struggle to overcome horrifying circumstances when a pandemic brings forth a zombie apocalypse. The collection of blood and guts is brought to life by a group of new and up-and-coming directors from around the world, including Adam Myette O’Brien, Adriàn Cardona, Cameron McCulloch, David Muñoz, Jared Marshall, Jesse Baget, Jonathan Brown, Luke Giudici, Paul Shrimpton, Peter Horn, Tomy Woodard, Vedran Marjanovic, and Zach Ramelan.  Each director brings his or her take to a world of mayhem now populated with flesh-eating corpses. ZOMBIEWORLD is now available on DVD and digital download.


To enter, send an email to rebekah@fangoria.com and place “Zombieworld” in the subject line. Please include the following info:

–    Your name

–    Email address

–    Mailing address

–    Phone number

–    Age

Winners will be selected at random, and the contest will stay open for seven days. This contest is available only to residents of the U.S. or Canada. Thanks, and best of luck!

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Rebekah McKendry
Rebekah McKendry is the Director of Marketing for Fangoria Entertainment, and additionally she is a college professor teaching classes focused on film history and horror films. She is also an award-winning filmmaker. She has Bachelor's Degrees in Film and English, a MA in Media Education, a MFA in Film, and she is currently completing her PhD in Media Theory focused on horror and exploitation cinema. She is especially passionate about grindhouse films, video nasties, and rare or lost titles.
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