To celebrate one year of Rotten Rentals (our online shop) we are announcing 7 prizes over 7 days.

Rotten Rentals combine the sense of nostalgia we use to get from going to our local video shop and renting our favorite horror and sci-fi films on VHS with vintage trading cards we use to collect as kids. Mash the two together and you have Rotten Rentals. VHS cases with throwback artwork that contain vintage trading cards, mini zombie figures, zombie tarot cards, creepy crawlies, buttons, stickers and more!

To celebrate our first year online we want to give a bigfoot sized THANK YOU to all of our loyal customers who have helped make our first year amazing!

HOW TO ENTER
Tell us your favorite holiday themed horror movie of all-time and why in the comment section below. Please include your email address so we can contact you if you win! A winner will be randomly selected on December 17th, 2014. You must be 18 years old to enter. We will only ship within the U.S. at this time. Good luck and Stay Rotten!

PRIZE #3: SILENT NIGHT DEADLY NIGHT PART 2 VHS PACK

VHS PACK INCLUDES: 
– Vintage Packs of Cards
– Gremlins 2 Trading Card Pack
– A Monster in My Pocket
- Coachroaches
– Bates Motel Temporary Tattoo
*does not include any garbage.

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  • Greg D

    You can’t go wrong with this one (Garbage Day!) but I have warm nostalgic memories for the first Silent Night, Deadly Night if only for one Miss Linnea Quigley! Watch out for those antlers!

  • Tasha Holmes-French

    Jack Frost! Who doesn’t love a giant killer snow man 🙂 tashaholmes21@gmail.com

  • Nick

    Christmas evil because I loved watching the chaos develop

  • Jacqueline Smith

    Silent Night Zombie Night because who doesn’t love Xmas and zombies? There’s also the fact that people are forced to be with each other, due to the fact that they are trapped, the same way many of us feel during the holidays and family gatherings. jacquelinesmith19642008@yahoo.com

  • cazcpa

    Gremlins – Because it was one of the first “horror” movies I saw as a child cazarse@hotmail.com

  • Phil Truman

    Halloween (1978)
    ilovehearses@hotmail.com

  • bill norris

    Jack Frost cause that shower scene death was stupid funny for being part of a horror flic. bnchile@yahoo.com

  • Darc_Ecko

    Home Sweet Home (1981) for showing love to Thanksgiving and Body by Jake travis@drpompa.com

  • Johnny Tellez

    Gremlins, that’s childhood in a nutshell right there

    Johnnytellez84@yahoo.com

  • Drew Forshey

    Dead End (2003)

    On Christmas Eve a dysfunctional family decide to take a short cut in
    order to get to their relatives house a little faster. Instead they
    end up living the nightmare before Christmas on an endless road to
    nowhere. A Lady in White appears and slowly the family is killed one by
    one. Then a mysterious driver in a large black antique car takes them
    away. Dead End is very creepy and effective Thriller. Dead End is a
    low-budget film that is well written with a fantastic cast including Lyn
    Shaye. email:ozzman07@gmail.com

  • Stephen Gilliam

    “Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale”
    This movie finally solved the mystery of Santa Clause and the secret of Christmas for me.
    stephengilliam@gmail.com

  • Meredith Ries

    Easily Gremlins. I still have my worn old stuffed Gizmo.
    meredithmonster@yahoo.com

    • KC Canton

      Congrats! You win our Silent Night Deadly Night Part 2 VHS Pack! Please send your shipping address to info@downrightcreepy.com within 3 days to claim your prize!

  • Bill Meacham

    Elves! Its crazy good!!!

  • Evan

    “Black Christmas” is my favorite. It’s one of the greatest cult horror films created, pre-dating John Carpenters “Halloween.”
    gorskevan@gmail.com

  • David Keel

    1974’s Black Christmas. I think the fact that it had actors and a director who were actually talented and kinda well known at the time. dak02 (at) Hotmail (dot) com