Wednesday, October 5, 2011

America's Horror Hot Spots, Scaredy-Cats & Redbox movie Giveaway

Do you ever use the REDBOX to rent movies? We do and love it. I have 5 movie codes to giveaway. Read the below press release and then enter to win a code!

REDBOX RECOGNIZES AMERICA’S HORROR HOT SPOTS, SCAREDY-CAT CITIES
Marquette, Mich. Tops the Most-Scared City List, as Horror Movie Fans Prepare for High-Def Screams

OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. – October 5, 2011 – Renting more horror movies from redbox than any other city in 2011*, Columbus, Mississippi is America’s hot spot for horror.  Conversely, Marquette, Michigan tops the list of the most scared American city in 2011 – renting fewer horror movies from redbox than any other city.  Bringing frightening fun to movie fans nationwide, redbox, America’s destination for movies and games, has rented more than 39 million horror movies in 2011, and according to a national survey of redbox® renters*, nearly 75 percent of Americans plan to celebrate Halloween with a horror movie.  

America’s Horror Hot Spots and Scaredy-Cat Cities
Following are the cities that earn the honor of Redbox Horror Hot Spots, renting the highest percentage of horror movies, and the top 10 Redbox Scaredy-Cat cities, renting the fewest amount of horror movies: 

Horror Hot Spots*
1.    Columbus, Miss.
2.    El Paso, Texas
3.    Lake Charles, La.
4.    Waco, Texas
5.    Jonesboro, Ark.
6.    Jackson, Tenn.
7.    Huntsville, Ala.
8.    Ardmore, Okla.
9.    Aniston, Ala.
10.  Fresno, Calif.             
                                               
Scaredy Cat Cities*
1.    Marquette, Mich.
2.    Traverse City, Mich.
3.    Springfield, Ill.
4.    Peoria, Ill.
5.    Champaign, Ill.
6.    Lima, Ohio
7.    Ottumwa, Iowa
8.    Ames, Iowa
9.    Norfolk, Va.
10.  Des Moines, Iowa

Redbox 2011 National Halloween Survey
  • Amp up the Fear Factor: Nine out of 10 horror movie fans believe scary movies are scarier when watched in the dark.  More than 20 percent are too scared to turn out the lights.
  • Top Villains: Approximately 1 in 3 (34 percent) Americans names demons or Satan as the scariest movie villains. “Creepy kids” from movies like Orphan and The Ring come in second (19.8 percent), and “unsuspected killers” like those in Scream, Saw and Hostel (18.4 percent) closely follow in third.
  • Scariest Movies of All Time: The Exorcist ranks as the top choice overall (31.2 percent) for a scream, followed by A Nightmare on Elm Street (12 percent). Paranormal Activity generates the most shrieks of newly released horror movies (34.3 percent) and ranked fourth in the overall scariest movie category (9.6 percent).
Redbox will deliver millions of screams, ghosts and goblins to homes across America this Halloween. Thrill seekers who want a scream can check out Insidious, Scream 4 and The Rite this Halloween. Families looking to get into the spirit can rent and enjoy Hocus Pocus, Spooky Buddies and Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur, among others. Gamers can check out Dead Island and Dark Souls on PS3 and Xbox 360 this Halloween. Finding the nearest redbox location is easy on www.redbox.com, via the redbox iPhone® and Android™ apps or by texting FIND to 727272.

About Redbox
Redbox Automated Retail, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coinstar, Inc., offers new-release DVD, Blu-ray Disc® and video game rentals through its network of conveniently located, self-service kiosks.  Redbox has rented more than 1.5 billion discs and is available at more than 33,000 kiosks across over 27,800 locations nationwide, including select McDonald’s restaurants, leading grocery, drug and convenience stores, select Walmart locations and Walgreens locations in select markets.  For more information, visit www.redbox.com.

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16 comments:

dstoutholcomb said...

I am a scaredy-cat

dstoutholcomb said...

I love Psycho, The Shining (original), and any thriller by Hitchcock

Anonymous said...

I love a good horror suspense movie.

M.M.

eclairre said...

I am a scaredy-cat

Jennifer Rote said...

I'm a Scary-Cat Movie Watcher lol

wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

Jennifer Rote said...

My favorite scary movie is none lol

But I have watched Nightmare on Elm Street all the way through :)

wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

Tabathia said...

horror movie watcher
tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

Tabathia said...

the exorcist (uncut and unrated version)
tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

MommaMia said...

I want to rent Nightmare on Elm Street. I haven't see that in forever. M.M.

MommaMia said...

All time scary movie is Silence of the Lambs.

Anonymous said...

I am a horror movie watcher! I love Jason and scary movies!!
Melissa Weiss
sporttrac(at)windstream(dot)net

HomemadeBaby said...

I'm more of a scaredy-cat.. my husband likes horror movies though! I'll stick with watching the kid's Halloween movies :)
Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

HomemadeBaby said...

I think the scariest movies I've seen were texas Chainsaw Massacre and Saw!
Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

Jennifer Rote said...

Wohoo! Thank you for the giveaway. Hope a kids Halloween movie is available lol

wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

dstoutholcomb said...

Wow! thank you for randomly picking me as a winner!

Tabathia said...

thanks for the giveaway and congrats to everyone who won.

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