Contest: Win a copy of The Evil Dead on Blu-ray

The contest is over, and we have two winners of The  Evil Dead on Blu-ray.

Chosen by, the winners are Joe Rusnak and Johnny Nguyen! Congratulations! UPDATE on Sept. 9: Unfortunately, we haven’t received responses to our emails to the first winners chosen. So, as it has been over a week, we’ve chosen two new winners through The new winners are Adam Turner and Steve Fishman. Congratulations! An email will be sent to both of you today.

Winners, please note: We were not able to validate your required following of us on Facebook or Twitter. We have sent you an email. Please respond within 24 hours or we will randomly choose a new winner.

Thank you to all who entered the contest. Check back on Disc Dish soon for the chance to win a copy of one of David Fincher’s best thrillers, coming to Blu-ray in a couple of weeks.

Director Sam Raimi’s cult classic horror movie The Evil Dead debuts on Blu-ray on Aug. 31, and Disc Dish and Anchor Bay Entertainment are offering two fans a chance to win their own copy.

The Evil Dead Blu-ray boxStarring Bruce Campbell, The Evil Dead was the first in a series of zombie movies loved by horror fans. Read our interview with Campbell here.

To win a copy of the Evil Dead Blu-ray, you must like Disc Dish on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, then leave a comment on this page saying whether you’re a Facebook or Twitter fan. You can even give some love to The Evil Dead, if you’d like.

Leave your comment before midnight EST on Sunday Aug. 29, and we’ll announce the winners — two randomly chosen from the entries — on Aug. 30.

One quick note: Make sure you leave your email address in the comment form. It won’t show up on the site, but it will be available to us so we can contact you if you’re one of the two lucky winners.

Good luck, and spread the word!

About S. Clark

Sam Clark is the former Managing Editor/Online Editor of Video Business magazine. With 19 years experience in journalism, 12 in the home entertainment industry, Sam has been hooked on movies on since she saw E.T. then stared into the sky waiting to meet her own friendly alien. Thanks to her husband’s shared love of movies, Sam reviews Blu-ray discs in a true home theater, with a 118-inch screen, projector and cushy recliners with cup holders.