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 found footage movie 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 21st, 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 #7: MCFARLANE BLAIR WITCH ACTION FIGURE AUTOGRAPHED BY Co-Director EDUARDO SANCHEZ

 

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  • Will

    I have to go with paranormal activity, although blair witch was the one who popularized it, I liked the story and just the way it was done a lot more.

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  • Jacqueline Smith

    “Blair Witch” is my favorite found footage movie. Along with the suspense of being watched and followed by unseen forces, the sound of dead leaves crunching beneath ones feet really does something for me. jacquelinesmith19642008@yahoo.com

  • Johnny Tellez

    Blair Witch Project is still my favorite. I remember seeing it having no clue what it was, absolutely terrifying.

    johnnytellez84@gmail.com

  • bill norris

    I like the original Blair Witch, cause as the original the idea hadnt been played out and it really did freak me out a bit in the theater. bnchile@yahoo.com

  • Tasha Holmes-French

    I really liked Paranormal Activity! I loved the way it was just a normal day in the life of an ordinary couple then all hell breaks loose! tashaholmes21@gmail.com

  • Nick

    My favorite found footage film is Cannibal Holocaust mainly because of how far it pushed limits for its time followed by VHS. wolfpak999@yahoo.com

  • Stephen Gilliam
  • David Keel

    The Bay. There’s something scarier about the government trying to hide a deadly plague from the public than some shadowy supernatural boogey man. Also, I’m a Barry Levinson fan. dak02 (at) Hotmail (dot) com

  • john

    VHS!…its kind of what rotten rentals is about. tapes and collecting.