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CHICAGO – In our latest horror edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 75 admit-two passes up for grabs to the advance Chicago screening of “Creature”!

“Creature” stars D’Arcy Allen, Daniel Bernhardt, Mehcad Brooks, Dillon Casey, Amanda Fuller, Sid Haig, Aaron Hill, David Jensen, Rebekah Kennedy, Ilya Krueger, Wayne Pére, Lauren Schneider, Serinda Swan, Pruitt Taylor Vince and Jennifer Lynn Warren from writer and director Fred Andrews.

The film opens on Sept. 9, 2011. To win your free pass to the advance Chicago screening of “Creature” courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, just answer our question below. That’s it! This advance screening is on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in downtown Chicago. Directions to enter this Hookup and win can be found beneath the graphic below.

The movie poster for Creature with D'Arcy Allen, Daniel Bernhardt and Mehcad Brooks
The movie poster for “Creature” with D’Arcy Allen, Daniel Bernhardt and Mehcad Brooks.
Image credit: The Bubble Factory

Here is the plot description for “Creature”:

Promising a week of fun and relaxation, a group of six friends head out on a road trip to New Orleans. Deciding to stop at a roadside tourist trap along the Louisiana back roads, they are introduced to the legend of Lockjaw: the local version of Bigfoot.

A creature part man and part alligator, the legend tells of an inbred local man named Grimley. He lost his family to a monstrous white alligator and was driven to madness when he was too late to save his pregnant bride (also his sister!) from the beast.

In a fit of rage, he ate the ancient alligator and was cursed and transformed into the monster that became known as Lockjaw. Their curiosity peaked, the group decides to head deeper into the swamps to check out the birthplace of the creature legend. As they journey further into the backwoods, the group arrives at a dilapidated cabin and decide to camp there for the night.

Setting up camp and unwinding by the campfire, they are blissfully unaware that they are being watched. Soon, an innocent road trip to New Orleans becomes a nightmarish and brutal fight for survival deep in the swamplands of the Louisiana Bayou.

The movie trailer for “Creature” can be watched now below.

To secure your free tickets now, make sure you’re logged into your HollywoodChicago.com account. If you don’t yet have one, you can quickly register here. Having an account with a valid e-mail address is required. Then, simply add a new comment in the form below. In your comment, include an answer to this question:

What makes a horror film most scary to you?

Like all Hookups here, this Hookup is simple: Just submit your comment below and we will award 75 admit-two tickets randomly via e-mail for our “Creature” Hookup. Winners need to arrive early as seats are consumed on a first-come, first-served basis. Winners are typically e-mailed our advance-screening passes two days before the screening date. Good luck!

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rickyton's picture


Little Girls!!!!!! Mannnn as simple as it sounds but little kids could be scary

L-Bravo1's picture

What makes a scary movie scary?

A sudden sound or appearance of a monster/killer makes a scary movie scary

yoliflores's picture


Darkness, whispers and disappearances always keep me in suspense and makes it the scariest plot for me!

jeane056's picture


Watching people getting killed and ripped to pieces just for sheer enjoyment.

lashes235's picture

What makes a horror film most scary to you?

The scariest ones are the ones that could actually happen.

David Smith's picture


awesomealex5's picture

What makes a horror film scary?

When it can happen to you, or can relate to the film!

kdabbrac's picture

Scary Horror Movies

I would have to agree the most scary horror films are those that could be real or are based on true stories, because it means that it could some day happen to mean.

ronlipski's picture

Nothing is scarier

Nothing is scarier than reality.

HiBeems's picture

Haunted houses and realistic

I like the ones that are full of creeps and cheap scares, but I love movies that could possibly happen. I love horror movies just because.

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