's 2008 Horror Week

Because it's Halloween on Friday we're using the most tenuous of yearly 'celebrations' as an excuse to do horror related coverage all week. We're calling it, rather imaginatively, Total Film Horror Week.

Below you'll find links to all of our halloween features, as well as a great competition to mark the TV premiere of Charlie Brooker's Dead Set.

Win Dead Set on DVD and grab a Home Entertainment System

As you should already know, Charlie Brooker's Dead Set debuts on E4 this week. It’s so far been one of the best TV shows we’ve seen in years and Brooker promises it only gets better.

To celebrate, we’re giving away a DVD set of Dead Set, plus a Sony Home Entertainment System. Take a look at our competitions page to enter.
And if for some reason you missed Dead Set, check out the official website for a summary and the trailer to get you up-to-speed.



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