We love a horror short here at SCREAM Towers so how delighted were we to stumble upon this brand new addition to the genre right in time for the best season of the year – HALLOWEEN!
With the enticing premise of a paranormal investigation group disappearing in their search of something hidden, ‘DIG’ follows 4 unlucky souls who wander into the darkness of an abandoned country house. AS YOU DO.
Flick the lights off, crank up that speaker and settle in to watch below…
So who was behind this cool and creepy short you may ask? Well our amateur Sherlock skills of investigation led us to the rebellious wine brand, 19 Crimes! The folks behind the popular wine with talking convicts on the label, have released a series of special edition Halloween glow-in-the-dark labels this October to drink whilst you watch scary movies, dress up as your favourite bloodied bad guy and answer the door to unsuspecting kids wanting sweets on October 31st.
The bottles are now in-store across the UK and Ireland. Pop to the official 19 Crimes website to find out more: https://gbl.19crimes.com/pages/halloween
Would YOU try a glass of Haunted #CoffinAgedWine?
19 Crimes have also released the world’s FIRST Haunted Coffin Aged Wine! Buried amongst the dead in Tower Hamlets Cemetery, the wine brand have released a limited run exclusively available to try in a series of spooky pubs across the UK!
If you want to be one of the unlucky few to get your hands on it, visit the below pubs on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th October for a free sample:
- Slains Castle, Aberdeen
- Caroline of Brunswick, Brighton
- Tolbooth Tavern, Edinburgh
- Ye Hole in Ye Wall, Liverpool
- Ten Bells, London
Watch the wine being buried below! Love it.