Megafault Blu-ray DVD giveaway *CLOSED*

megafault_largeA colossal crack in the earth has started and now there is only 24 hours to stop it from destroying mankind when MEGAFAULT comes to Blu-rayTM and DVD on November 24, 2009 from The Asylum. An action-packed thriller about a massive global earthquake that triggers a potentially catastrophic crack in the Earth’s crust, MEGAFAULT features an all-star cast including, Brittany Murphy (Sin City, Clueless, 8 Mile), Eriq LaSalle (“ER,” “Without a Trace”), Justin Hartley (“Smallville”), and Bruce Davison (X-Men, “Knight Rider”), directed by David Michael Latt. MEGAFAULT, the special director’s cut edition, contains never-before-seen footage in addition to exciting bonus features that go behind-the-scenes with a “making-of”
featurette and commentary from cast and crew.

MEGAFAULT premiered on October 10, 2009 boasting the highest ratings for an original movie production for the SyFy Channel in two years, drawing 2.5 million viewers.


In West Virginia, Charley “Boomer” Baxter (LaSalle) is supervising the placement of mountaintop-removal explosives. As he detonates the TNT, a
massive earthquake liquefies the terrain. Within hours, Dr. Amy Lane (Murphy), a government seismologist, arrives at the epicenter. Amy
determines that the initial quake has exposed a deep seismic fault that runs across the center of the North American continent and threatens to
tear the world in half. Now, Amy and Boomer must race ahead of the massive crack in the earth while devising a plan to stop the devastation
and warn everyone in its path.

If you are into Awesome, Epic Disaster films, then this is the movie for you.

Enter below for a chance to win a copy on Blu Ray DVD. Contest ends November 24th, 2009.

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