We here at CHUD are happy to bring you an opportunity to nab the new DVD for this year’s The Crazies –the remake of the classic Romero horror film– as well as a batch of swag to go with it!
Winners will receive:
Audio Commentary With Director Breck Eisner
Behind the Scenes With Director Breck Eisner
The George A. Romero Template
Make-Up Mastermind: Rob Hall in Action
The Crazies Motion Comic Episodes 1 & 2
Visual Effects in Motion
Storyboards: Building A Scene
Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
The Crazies Motion Comic Trailer
*Special features not rated
To enter and have a chance to win all of this, shoot over an email with the following-
1. Your name and mailing address
2. What city or town you think could use a nice outbreak of crazy.
3. The horror remake trend has dug through an enormous amount of horror classics so far… Which classic film has so far escaped Hollywood’s gaze, but has value enough today that it might be ripe for a retelling?
4. Don’t forget that name and mailing address!
Use the link above to email your answers, and good luck!
THE CRAZIES (2010)
In this terrifying glimpse into the “American Dream” gone wrong, an unexplainable phenomenon has taken over the citizens of Ogden Marsh. One by one the townsfolk are falling victim to an unknown toxin and are turning sadistically violent. People who days ago lived quiet, unremarkable lives are now depraved, bloodthirsty killers.While Sheriff Dutton (Timothy Olyphant) and his pregnant wife, Judy (Radha Mitchell), try to make sense of the escalating violence, the government uses deadly force to close off all access and won’t let anyone in or out – even those uninfected. An ordinary night becomes a horrifying struggle for the few remaining survivors as they do their best to get out of town alive.Breck Eisner (Sahara) directs this suspenseful reinvention of the George A. Romero classic.
BRECK EISNER (Director) began his film career with Sahara in 2005, his feature film directorial debut starring Matthew McConaughey, Penélope Cruz, William H. Macy, and Steve Zahn.
In television, Eisner directed the 2006 pilot “Beyond,” starring Adrian Lester, Seth Gabel, and Rachael Stirling. He directed and executive produced the two-hour drama “Thoughtcrimes,” and he also directed an episode of the acclaimed Sci-Fi Channel drama “Taken,” winner of an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries, a Saturn Award for Best Single Television Presentation, a Golden Globe nomination and numerous other honors. In 2000, Eisner directed the pilot of Sci-Fi Channel’s Saturn-nominated comedy thriller “The Invisible Man.”
Over the past ten years, Eisner has directed over 100 national television commercials for clients such as Budweiser, Coke, Coors, Heineken, Kodak, McDonald’s, Pepsi and Sony, among others.
Eisner received an MFA from the USC School of Cinema-Television and a BA from Georgetown University.