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ArrowDrome zombie DVDs competition

WIN! DVDs of three classic zombie movies

If you read SFX regularly, you’ll know that we often rave about Arrow Video releases. This is a company that lavishes attention on the packaging and extras of its horror DVDs. Well, a trio of classic zombie movies from the catalogue has just been reissued in new cases as part of the ArrowDrome range, and we’ve got sets of all three to give away to six lucky readers.

George Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn Of The Dead shows what happens when a group of survivors holes up in a shopping mall. Mixing action, humour and an attack on consumerism, it’s a must-own for any self-respecting zombie fan. Day Of The Dead , his 1985 follow-up, is brilliant too. Following a mixed group of civilian and military survivors sheltering in a bunker, it’s an unremittingly bleak film that also features, in the shape of Bub, a partially “domesticated” zombie, probably the best undead character of all time. Finally, there’s Italian director Lucio Fulci’s 1981 horror The House By The Cemetery . Banned as a video nasty in the early ’80s, it sees a couple moving into a New England house, only to discover the living remains of a previous resident – a mad doctor – lurking in the cellar. Yikes!

Both Dawn and Day are also available on Blu-ray, with a Blu-ray release of The House By The Cemetery on its way in 2012. Visit to learn more about Arrow’s range. To be in with a chance of winning all three DVDs, answer the question behind this magic link .

Jordan Farley
Jordan is the Community Editor at SFX and Total Film. When he isn't watching movies or sci-fi shows of questionable quality he's probably shooting men in space or counting down the days till the next Zelda comes out.