Win Passes to the Kansas City Screening of “US”

Media Mikes has teamed up with their friends at Universal to give (5) lucky readers and a guest the opportunity to be one of the first to see one of the most anticipated films of the year, “Us.”

The screening will be held on Tuesday, March 19th at the Cinemark 20 & XD Theatre in Merriam, Kansas and will start at 7:00 p.m.

FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A PASS FOR YOU AND A GUEST TO THE ADVANCE SCREENING IN KANSAS CITY ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COMMENT BELOW WITH THE TITLE OF YOUR FAVORITE HORROR FILM. (5) RANDOM ENTRIES WILL BE SELECTED. THE GIVEAWAY RUNS UNTIL 6:00 p.m. ON SUNDAY, MARCH 17th. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EMAIL WITH INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CLAIM THEIR PASSES.

NO PURCHASE REQUIRED. 

US has been rated R (Restricted – Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) for violence/terror, and language.  

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121 Replies to “Win Passes to the Kansas City Screening of “US””

  1. My favorite of all time is still the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, creepy, scary and humorous at the same time.

  2. A Nightmare On Elm Street. Saw a reshowing of it at the drive-in in the small town I’m from.

  3. My pick is a oldie Black Christmas! It was the scariest movie to me and I still remember the laugh.

  4. My favorite scary movie is Devil. It is hard to have a movie take place in one place and keep my attention. But this was a HIT!!!

  5. What Lies Beneath!

    This is a classic and is sometimes forgotten, but I love the twists and suspense to it!

    But for more of the Horror film side you can’t go wrong with, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre!

  6. My favorite is hard to choose, there are so many good ones, and so many time wasters, I would say Dawn of the Dead. Love those action filled zombie apocalypse movies.

  7. I don’t watch very many horror films, but if “Get Out” is considered to be one, then that’s it!

  8. I’m gonna go with something different here. V/H/S was the scariest movie I’ve ever seen *insert Deontay Wilder ‘Till This Day’ Gif Here*

  9. Not sure if we technically label it a “horror” movie, but I have to say [w/o a doubt] it’s The Crow starring the late Brandon Lee.

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