Street Trash/Blood Feast 2 winners

Saturday, 09 January 2010 08:58

Two fantastic cult horror films are out on DVD now, and we had a couple of sets to give away to two lucky winners of our competition! In the outrageously gory “Street Trash”, a huddle of American tramps get far more of a kick out of their cut-price liquor than they anticipate, when one especially unpleasant brand called “Viper” starts melting them from the inside out!

And if dicing with alcoholic Russian Roulette was not dangerous enough for them, they also have to contend with the barbaric Bronson, self-proclaimed king of the homeless, but certainly not their friend! “Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat” is the horrific second release, from the Father of Gore himself, Herschell Gordon Lewis. Set two generations after the original 1960s movie, it centres on the cannibalistic antics of Fuad Ramses – a possessed caterer with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh!

Street Trash on DVDBoth of these genre classics feature buckets of crazy gore to sate even the most jaundiced horror fan, and with their tongues placed firmly in their cheeks, you will still be laughing as the end credits roll!

The DVDs also feature a bunch of superb special features.

To enter our great competition, all you had to answer was the following question. If you were struggling for an answer, you will find one somewhere in our review of "Street Trash".

What bathroom fixture does a tramp melt into in “Street Trash”?

Is it:

a) A bath

b) A toilet

c) A bidet

The answer was (b), A Toilet, and the lucky winners were Carole Denney of Carlisle, and John Tranter of Wolverhampton.  Well done them, and thanks to the literally HUNDREDS of you who took part.  Watch ot for more competitions are Cineology soon!

Blood Feast 2 on DVD“Street Trash” and “Blood Feast 2” are out on the Arrow Films label now, Certificate ‘18’, and with an RRP of £15.99 each, or less from


Competition Rules: The winners were the first two correct entries drawn at random from the entries received by 11.59pm GMT on 17 January 2010. One entry per person only - multiple entries will be disqualified. The Editor's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. Current Cineology Production Team and employees of Arrow Films and their associated companies are not allowed to enter. No cash equivalent for the prize on offer. All entrants agree to be added to Cineology’s postal mailing list, and will be sent details of Cineology’s events - please note our mailing list is NOT used by anyone else. Competition only open to UK postal addresses.


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