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Michael Myers Will Kill the Lucky Winner of This ‘Halloween Kills’ Contest

Enter the #FacetheShapeContest for a chance to be immortalized as one of The Shape's on-screen victims.

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If your anticipation of Halloween Kills has conjured fantasies of being slashed on-screen by Michael Myers, Universal Pictures has a contest you should enter without delay.

The rules of the #FaceTheShapeContest are simple: Record a video explaining why you’re the biggest fan of the Halloween franchise and show the judges your best horror scream. The winner will head out on a trip for two to “the set of your own Hollywood production” in Los Angeles, and will star as a fresh entry in The Shape’s ever-growing body count.

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Post the video on either TikTok (tagging @UniversalPics), or on Instagram (tagging @HalloweenMovie). Also be sure to include the hashtags #HalloweenKills and #FaceTheShapeContest in the copy of your post. 

The contest ends September 26 at 11:59 pm, and the winner will be notified on September 27. The L.A.-based shoot will take place October 5. A social graphic promoting the contest is attached for you to share with your fans and the full set of rules can be found here.

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More on the Halloween Kills-inspired #FacetheShapeContest in the video below:

OK, so the details are a bit nebulous. What exactly will this “production” look like, and how will it be released? Your guess is as good as ours at this point…

Are you a fan of Halloween? Are you excited to see Halloween Kills next month? Will you be entering Universal’s #FaceTheShapeContest to be Michael Myers’ next victim? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican. Dread Central is now on Google News.