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Four lucky winners were chosen for The Divide swag. The first-place winner, Jennine L., receives a full-sized film poster signed by star Michael Biehn and a four pack of horror videos by Anchor Bay Studios (the unrated director's cut of Hatchet; the unrated 2010 version of I Spit on Your Grave; the original 1978 dIrector's cut of I Spit on Your Grave, a.k.a. Day of the Woman; and Cyrus, Mind of a Serial Killer).

Second-place winner David H. receives a signed and numbered graphic poster of The Divide, a graphic novelette and survival rations. Third- and fourth-place winners Alexander B and Madeline T. receive a graphic novelette and survival rations.

Three readers, Ron O., Justin D. and Lisa J., win copies of the new The Woman DVD.

Keep reading Art Attack for more prizes and giveaways.

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