Dread Core Book pdf from The Impossible Dream or a pdf of Monsters and Other Childish Things Pocket Edition from Arc Dream Publishing.
Want to find out more about these two incredibly fun and innovative horror games? Check out our review of Dread here and all of our Dread labeled posts here. Want to learn more about Monsters and Other Childish Things? Well you're just going to have to come back here this very week and see what we think of it when I review the Pocket Edition of the rules I picked up at Gencon!
How do you win? Here's the rules:
1. Send an email to email@example.com with the name you follow the blog with (you have to be a blog follower to enter to win!), the email you'd like the prize sent to in case you win (if it's different from the email you sent us), and the name of your favorite horror movie. This might be hard, but pick your number one, no wishy-washy indecisiveness here!
2. Get your entry into us by Midnight (because it's spookier this way) Friday October 29th. We'll then draw randomly from all entrants (so don't worry if your favorite movie is The Hills Have Eyes 2, we won't judge for bad taste!) and post the winners on Saturday October 30th. We'll get the codes sent out right away to the email you give us.
It's pretty easy, and what's more, we'll post the results of this incredibly unscientific poll of horror movies just in time for you to go rent them and get freaked out of your mind on Halloween. Everyone wins at least as far as good suggestions for horror movies go.