Win a copy of thought-provoking suspense thriller Plus One

plus-one-film-images-b

Next week IFC Films is set to release Last House on the Left director Dennis Iliadis’ thought-provoking suspense thriller Plus One (+1), a supernatural thriller that tests the limits of survival and the loyalties of friendship. To celebrate the release of Plus One on home video, Film Fetish is giving away 2 copies of the movie on DVD.

In order to have a chance to win a free copy of Plus One on DVD:

“LIKE” this posting using the Facebook button above the text ON THIS PAGE, PLUS make sure you’ve “LIKED” our Facebook page at Facebook.com/filmfetish. Lastly, post the following on our Facebook Timeline: “I just entered the Plus One DVD Contest @filmfetish #filmfetish #plusonemovie.” Your entries will not be accepted if you do not follow these instructions and please note that we check profiles to assure fairness. Do not create multiple Facebook profiles or “contest” profiles in order to enter our contests.

I’ll be running the Plus One DVD contest through Friday, January 31st, 2014.

More about Plus One (+1)

Director Dennis Iliadis (The Last House on the Left) delivers thought-provoking suspense with Plus One (+1), a supernatural thriller that tests the limits of survival and the loyalties of friendship. Three college friends head out for the biggest party of the year, each looking for something different: sex, love, a simple human connection. The possibilities are endless at the mansion, where the music throbs, liquor flows and hired strippers dance on an outdoor stage. But an unexplained paranormal phenomenon disrupts the proceedings. Perfect replicas of all the partying kids suddenly appear, and what’s even weirder, they are doing everything their originals did 15 minutes earlier. As the party descends into bloody chaos, the three friends must struggle to maintain their wits and stay alive. Ashley Hinshaw (About Cherry), Rhys Wakefield (Endless Love) and Logan Miller (Night Moves) star in a mind-bending thriller that “should have cult audiences rewinding and freeze-framing till the party’s over” (Rob Staeger, The Village Voice).

  • Release Date: January 14, 2014
  • Running time: 97 minutes
  • Language: English

plus-one-film-images

Explore More...