A Sugary Horror Related Contest! Win the Tasty ‘Jawbreaker’ On Blu-ray

I’m not sure anyone would say they’re a fan of 90s horror. I’m not even sure what that would mean. They were a fan of bad horror? Or Scream or maybe I Know What You Did Last Summer? Either way, if you’re feeling nostalgic for movies made in the 90s or maybe just for a time period when Rebecca Gayheart was relevant, then we have the contest for you.

Starring the previously mentioned Gayheart alongside Rose McGowan before she melted down, then melted her face and had it poorly repaired, and Dexter’s Julie Benz, Jawbreaker was a fun film about High School bitches and murder. Let me whet your whistle with this PR company provided summary:

They’re the beautiful ones.  The flawless four.  Everyone wanted to be them.  You know ’em.  They went to your school, too.  First there’s Courtney “Satan in Heels” Shayne (Rose McGowan) and her pawn, the dense but dangerous Marcie Fox (Julie Benz), a legend in her own little mind.  Then there’s angelic Julie Freedman (Rebecca Gayheart), doomed to be popular because of her pretty face, and lastly, the teen-dream herself, Elizabeth Purr.  When an ordinary kidnapping prank leaves the future prom queen dead (accidentally gagged with a jaw-breaker), a deadly sweet prank leads to cover-up makeover in this edgy and unpredictable comedy.  But there will be no mercy as prom night arrives, bringing this spirited tale to its cruel tiara-dropping conclusion.

If that sounds like something you’re interested in, tell two of your friends because we’ve got three (3) copies of the Blu-ray to give out to you lovely people. All you have to do is say something funny in the comments section, preferably about the 90s or hot bitches and murder. We’ll pick three winners at random and mail off the copies faster than you can shove a huge ball of sugar in your mouth.

Robert Fure is many things: horror expert, ruggedly handsome man of the world, witty prose composer, and writer of his own biography page. Beneath the bravado is a scared little boy, ready to grow into an awesome man and make lies about a scared little boy inside of him. Wait a minute...

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