Win A Ticket To See Rob Zombie’s “31” at AMC Empire 25 on 9/1/2016

Are you ready to get scared my readers? Well I hope that you said yes because I just received a brand new contest and this one is for an exclusive one-night only screening of Rob Zombie’s latest film “31”. The film will open up in select cinemas in a few weeks for a limited run but some lucky PiercingMetal readers are going to get to see this way before that time. Check out the details for this brand new Fathom Events happening because its totally awesome.


The Scoop:
Fathom Events and Saban Films are thrilled to bring the premiere of Rob Zombie’s 31, to select cinemas nationwide on Thursday, September 1 for a twisted one-night event.

From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects and Halloween) comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. At the mercy of their captors, they are forced to play a twisted game of life or death called 31. For the next 12 hours they must fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs in “the deadliest game since Saw.” (Steve Barton, Dread Central)

Written and directed by Zombie and starring Sheri Moon Zombie (The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween), Golden Globe nominee Malcolm McDowell (Mozart in the Jungle, A Clockwork Orange), Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Lords of Salem) and Meg Foster (They Live) this newest feature further cements Zombie’s creative accomplishments in the cinema world.

When and Where: Thursday, September 1st @ AMC Empire 25 (234 West 42nd Street, NYC)


To Participate: As I’m really not the biggest study of the Horror genre (which surprises me since I was so into it all when I was younger and far weirder than I am today). Here’s what you can do for me with this one. Name me your three very favorite Horror movies from across any time period. Tell me why each one does it for you and if you want some extra credit you can let me know what you have thought about Rob Zombies past Horror films as the fourth submission. Hopefully my contest interested readers post more than the stuff I have already seen like Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Exorcist. Before you bring it on there are some guidelines below.

– Enter only enter once. All comments are moderated and will not appear immediately after your submission until staff can review them.
– Number them for ease of knowing if you followed the instructions or not if I’ve asked for a list of items.
– Please enter your full real name in the comment form along with an email address that you can be reached at if you win. This is necessary to process your ticket and I cannot stress it enough. Please do NOT put this information in the comment itself out of privacy concerns.
– This is a special advance screening and that means only a few tickets so please only enter if you can and will attend the screening should you win and it’s logistically possible for you to do so. Essentially if you live a couple of hundred miles away we don’t think you’re coming here for a show in NYC.
– Subscribe to the comments on the contest post and check back to see the responses so you know if you won or not. I am very quick to choose once a few have come in.
– Make sure you are entering a NEW comment and not replying to another contestant’s entry as that makes notifying you all the more difficult should you be marked as a winner.

Bring it on as this one will close by end of business the on 8/30/2016 or when my allotment has been depleted. Whichever comes first.

Restrictions: All of the PiercingMetal contests are open to our loyal readers, Facebook Page likers and Twitter Followers but that being said we are still looking for the new names first. Don’t let that stop you from entering of course but we do keep track based on the overall demand for this stuff at this point. We want EVERYONE to have a chance to enjoy a show on the provider and PiercingMetal but if you just won a contest recently you will likely not have a chance for this one. Please note that Anonymous or Guest comments will not be approved.

If You Win This Contest: If you are marked as one of the winners for this contest, here is how to claim the ticket. Since this is a different process from a normal venue guest list, we cannot stress enough that you enter the contest with a valid email address because we need this to register the free ticket for you to download. After we confirm your email is valid, an entry into a system will be made on your behalf and a free ticket link gets sent to that email address. You will need to follow the link and print your ticket and bring it to the theater on the night of the show. There is also a digital means to do this via an app so do whatever works best for you. I also suggest you arrive at least 30 minutes before show time to get a great seat and perhaps even some popcorn, a soda and maybe even nachos.

Psst……And if you are not one of the lucky winners or if you do win and don’t want to watch this suspense filled flick on your own, go to for theater locations and tickets!

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16 thoughts on “Win A Ticket To See Rob Zombie’s “31” at AMC Empire 25 on 9/1/2016”

  1. 1. Re-Animator- the mix of humor and over the top gore, combine perfectly with the excellent acting, excellent FX (especially for the budget), wild script and memorable quotes for my fav movie of all time.
    2. Aliens- not only is this the best sequel ever, but the best mix of sci-fi, horror, and action ever made. A truly perfect movie.
    3. A nightmare on elm Street- Wes craven’s wonderfully original and scary masterpiece is still light years ahead of all the movies it inspired.

    I loved zombie’s house of 1000 corpses, but it’s good own sequel to it The Devil’s Rejects that his crowning masterpiece and a modern classic. His Halloween remake is great, but his own Halloween II is terrible. Never saw The Lords of Salem.

    1. Hey Gio, I just LOVE “Aliens” and did you see there is a new Blu-ray coming out????? Yay! Oh yeah so sure thing you have won a ticket to this exclusive screening so please watch your provided email for the link to download your ticket. Please follow all instructions on how to claim it so you are set to go to the theater.

      1. Another brief and to the point entry. Hmmm, perhaps I am being too easy on you readers. Congrats Greg, I am sending you to the Rob Zombie movie “31”. Please watch your email for the ticket link and the instructions on how you claim it. It’s pretty straightforward.

  2. 1- Suspiria An all time classic giallo horror movie from the ” Italian Hitchcock” Dario Argento. Opening sequence remains one the creepiest in horror history
    2- Saw Modern classic with interesting “antihero” premise and twists you won’t see coming
    3 Halloween The orginal and the best, seen it 1000 times, still watch it every October
    Always liked Rob Zombies horror, I thought (I know I am in the minority here) his remake of Halloween was well done. I liked the way he blending the disturbing with humor in Devils Rejects

    1. Hi Rob, of all these I have only seen “Halloween” which remains in my mind as a Horror masterpiece. I am getting the chills just thinking about it right now or I am getting a summer cold. Either way congratulations as you have won a ticket to see “31”. Please watch your email for the ticket link and follow all the instructions that allow you to claim it. There’s no changing it from my end once I put it through.

  3. 1 – Black Christmas (The Original) – This is the film that inspired slasher films like Halloween. It was directed by Bob Clark of Porky’s and A Christmas Story fame. The film stars Olivia Hussy who is being tormented by a mysterious prank phone caller. The movie features an infamous and intense phone tracking scene, a clueless police force headed by the witty John Saxon, and Margot Kidder getting killed with a glass unicorn. Highly recommended. Don’t ever watch the remake.

    2 – The Decent – It’s a story about friendship, betrayal, cave exploration, and bat-like evil humanoid creatures that scared the hell out of me! A very dark movie that fills the viewer with dread. Actress Shauna MacDonald was excellent in the lead role. This is one of the few movies that genuinely scared me the first time I saw it. I don’t know how or why it has a sequel, but stick to this version.

    3 – Devil’s Rejects – Rob Zombie’s Masterpiece. This is the final chapter for the Firefly Family, a family of pure evil that can make the average serial killer look like a saint. Not only did Rob Zombie create one of the most evil and vile villains of humanity ever in a film, but he masterfully succeeds in presenting their story in such a way where you end up feeling sorry for them at the end. This is probably the best of all Rob Zombie films. It also features a topless scene featuring actress Priscilla Barnes of Three’s Company fame, albeit 30 years too late.

    1. Hey Alan, out of all the films you specified I have only seen “The Descent” and yowza what a freak me out session that film was. Thinking of that one and all its suspenseful buildup – brrrr, feeling the shivers again. Okay so congratulations as you have won a ticket to see “31” on September 1st. Please watch your email for the ticket link and follow all the instructions that allow you to claim it. Enjoy being spooked out by Mr. Zombie.

  4. I’m a movie buff and more into psychological horror movies rather than the usual slasher stuff. So here are 3 movies that I like:

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre – it’s amazing how a movie with such name actually has no blood or gore on screen, yet it will scare u shitless (the dinner scene alone is really something). A classic. The original of course, not one of the 50 remakes.

    Martyrs – OK this is a bit esoteric and it’s in French so hope u like the subtitles. But it’s truly horrifying on multiple levels. I wasn’t quite myself for a few days after watching it I suggest not reading anything about it as it’s also a thriller or u will ruin the experience.

    Dead End – another one that I thought was really scary, with a Twilight Zone feel to it.

    1. Hiya Stan, thanks for those submissions as a couple of those films sound interesting. I’ve already seen “TCM” a few times and it still frightens me despite the lack of gore like you mentioned. With that said congrats on winning one of the tickets to see Rob Zombie’s “31” this Thursday. Please watch your email for the ticket link and follow all the instructions on how to claim it.

  5. Nightmare on Elm Street – scary, used to give me nightmares when I was a teenager!

    Excorist – a classic!

    The Omen – another classic, love the music too

    Halloween – how can u forget this one and all the crazy sequels!

    I named 4, do I get an extra credit?

    1. I dunno about extra credit but perhaps a detention by “The Faculty” bwah hah hah hah (did you see what I did there?). This works for me Linda so congrats on winning a ticket for Rob Zombie’s “31” on Thursday. Please watch your email for the ticket link and follow the instructions on how to claim it. Its going to be creeptastic.

  6. Big time horror/Zombie fan. 1. Evil dead 2, 2. The Exorcist, 3. Halloween!!! All killer classics of the genre \m/

    1. Simply and to the point Jason so congrats I am sending you to the Rob Zombie movie “31”. Please watch your email for the ticket link and the instructions on how you claim it. It’s pretty straightforward.

  7. Alright my creatures of the night, that brings us to the end of this little movie contest so congratulations to all of our winners who were each notified below their entry AND had their email address processed to receive the ticket link. I hope all of you received them and have them ready to bring to the theater. I know there is a digital means as well to use with your mobile device so whatever works best for you. I suggest arriving early so they can process your ticket and you have time to get some popcorn and a soda before Rob Zombie creeps you out with his latest monsterpiece.

    Sadly I will NOT be in attendance so I am counting on some reviews from you.

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