Congrats to our lucky winners below! We will be contacting you shortly via FB with more details.
- Daniel Peng Kwee Sy
- Sebas Ho
- Shahrim Mahmud
- Charles Terrence Chung
- Nasrun Jensen Hussain
It's time to SCREAM! Enter NOW to win a pair of tickets to 1 of the 5 movies listed below and a limited edition festival tote bag to the inaugural Scream Asia Film Festival 2018!
Screening will be as follows:
1) Zombiepura (PG13 - Violence) 19 Oct, 7pm (with director & cast appearance)
2) The House That Jack Built (M18 – Violence and Disturbing Scenes) 21 Oct, 5pm
3) Hounds of Love (M18 – Sexual Scenes and Nudity) 21 Oct, 8.15pm
4) Tokyo Living Dead Idol (NC16 – Violence) 24 Oct, 7pm (with director & cast appearance)
5) Mom and Dad (M18 – Some Nudity and Violence) 25 Oct, 7pm
1) Like our Popcorn Facebook page
2) Answer this: Tell us which of the 5 horror films above are you interested in catching and why?.
3) Tag 5 friends
4) Like and share our FB giveaway post
Terms & Conditions: The lucky winners will be chosen at random and will be notified via private message on Facebook. Each lucky winner is only limited to one pair of passes. In the event of no response, we reserve the right to select another winner.
* Contest open to those 16 years & above only.
* Contest open to Singapore residents only.
Zombiepura in cinemas 19 October
The House That Jack Built in cinemas 21 October
Hounds Of Love in cinemas 21 October
Tokyo Living Dead Idol in cinemas 24 October
Mom and Dad in cinemas 25 October
Scream Asia Film Festival will be held from 19-28 October 2018 and screen a total of 11 feature films and 1 short film from Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden, Brazil, UK and USA. These films were selected by Singaporean filmmaker Eric Khoo and South Korean film programmer Jongsuk Thomas Nam.
Renowned horror filmmakers Yeon Sang-ho (Korea, Train to Busan) and Joko Anwar (Indonesia, Satan’s Slaves) will be conducting two masterclasses in Singapore. Joko Anwar directed Satan’s Slaves (2018), which became the highest grossing Indonesian horror film of all time and the highest grossing
Indonesian film of 2017. Yeon Sang-ho directed Train to Busan (2016), which premiered in the Midnight Screenings section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and became the highest-grossing Korean film in Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore.