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Enter to win an autographed BAD MOON Blu Ray from Shout Factory in exclusive contest on Arrow In The Head at JoBlo.com.

Monday, July 18th, 2016

“ERIC RED’s werewolf classic BAD MOON finally gets the respect it deserves by way of SCREAM FACTORY’s quality laced and packed Blu-Ray (released on July 19 with a director’s cut of the film, a slick Making Of doco, the AITH commentary we had done years ago and more!) and we’re giving away 3 autographed copies (by writer/director Eric Red)!”

To read the rest of the article and enter the contest, go to AITH at JoBlo.com: http://bit.ly/2ao3eIz

Enter to win an autographed copy of the first issue of WILD WORK, my new vampire western comic series from Antarctic Press, courtesy of Arrow in the Head!

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Enter the contest here: http://bit.ly/I8i6v8

“Antarctic Press is proud to announce the publication of the new six-issue comic series WILD WORK, an epic vampire action horror western! And here’s a dazzling look at the 1st issue’s jaw-dropping cover!

In 1888, Professor Abraham Van Helsing pursues Count Dracula into the American West.  Wooden stakes and spurs, silver bullets and six-guns, side by side. Bullets fly, hell on earth around every hitching post and enough blood spilled to turn the western desert into a crimson sea. It’s going to be one “Hell-sing” of a ride!

The series is created and written by film director and screenwriter Eric Red, whose films include the legendary modern cult classics THE HITCHER, NEAR DARK, BODY PARTS and 100 FEET and who previously created and wrote the comic series CONTAINMENT for IDW Publishing. The cinematic artwork is by Ben Dunn. the founder of Antarctic Press and a man who has worked for almost every publisher on the planet as well as creating a plethora of titles and characters for his own company. The covers are by John Gallagher, the acclaimed entertainment illustrator working across film, television, video games and comics on such projects as ONCE UPON A TIME, FALLING SKIES and EUREKA and films such as THE GREY and APOLLO 18.”