Dare to be scared with movies from the Windows Store and enter for a chance at $1000 in gift cards!

This week's Windows Store deals focus on the scary side of Halloween. Shop Shocktober in the Windows Store (opens in new tab), then come back here and enter to win your share of $1000 in Windows Store gift cards to spend on apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and more! Keep reading for details and to get entered!

This weekend why not settle in for a cozy night on the couch with terrifying movies from the Windows Store? Here's a look at a couple of titles that are on sale right now!

  • Rent Insidious (opens in new tab) for just thirty-one cents. A young family makes the terrifying discovery that the body of their comatose son has become a conduit for the supernatural, while his consciousness is held hostage in the dark and insidious realm known as The Further.
  • Buy The Conjuring 2 (opens in new tab), on sale now for $10.99. Renowned demonologists Lorraine and Ed Warren travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.
  • Buy Saw: The Complete Collection (opens in new tab) which includes seven movies, on sale now for $30.99. Experience the terror, the game and the villain that made history from beginning to end with Saw: The Complete Collection!

Don't forget to come back here and enter to win your share of $1000 in Windows Store gift cards! Entering is easy! Earn entries by using the widget below and you could win $25-$100 in Windows Store Gift cards. Maximize your chances of winning by coming back every day for more entries, and share with your friends so they can enter too! Due to sponsor restrictions and limitations on the gift cards, this giveaway is only open to residents of the US. The giveaway ends on October 31st. We'll announce the winners right here in the widget shortly after the closing date.

Snag Shocktober deals and enter to win your share of $1000 in Windows Store gift cards!

1 Comment
  • I'm not familiar with buying movies on the store.What's the resolution and audio channel of these movies? Do I get to download a video file and play it in whatever player I want or do I have to stream it using the official Films and TV app?