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There’s Still Time to Send in Your Scared S**tless Face And Win a Trip to L.A.!

Published June 13, 2014 by gossipzoo

Attention horror movie lovers: there’s still time to send us a photo of your most terrifying, twisted and/or hilarious mask of terror – and have a chance to win that Haunted Trip to LA.

Just look at the entries so far. You’re better than them. You know you are – so take that pic and get it on Instagram.

Remember: Send us a pic of your absolute best scared s**tless-face and you can win prize packs from the new movie Insidious; Chapter 2 – including gift cards, exclusive swag, signed DVDs and more – opening in theaters September, Friday the 13th.

There’s a winner chosen every two weeks, and one grand prize winner will win an Ultimate Haunted Getaway to Los Angeles for two!

Just follow the insidiously easy steps below to enter:

1. UPLOAD an Instagram pic of your best scared s**tless face and tag it #InsidiousEntity. (Note: If your account’s private, we can’t see the photo.)

2. Don’t forget to SHARE your pic on Twitter!

3. Now you’re entered for a chance to WIN cash, Insidious swag and the LA trip!

And don’t forget to check back next week for a new Instagram theme – and another chance to win on our Insidious: Chapter 2 Hub!

‘Insidious: Chapter 2’ Wins Weekend Box Office With $41M

Published March 4, 2014 by gossipzoo

It was a battle of families at the box office this weekend, but in the end, the Lamberts in the supernatural horror flick Insidious: Chapter 2 won top spot.

The sequel to 2011’s Insidious grossed some $41 million in North America, beating out the Robert De Niro mob action comedy The Family ($14.5 million), according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Riddick, Lee Daniels’ The Butler and We’re the Millers round out the top five.

Insidious: Chapter 2‘s opening weekend comes as a huge victory for director James Wan and the folks at FilmDistrict, as the sequel was made on a budget of $5 million.

The scarefest, which opened on a fitting Friday the 13th, finds Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne reprising their roles as Josh and Renai Lambert.

On deck for the rest of September: Prisoners, Rush and Don Jon.

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