The Mail Tribune is looking for spooky thrills in its latest video contest.
Entrants into the Spook-tacular Halloween Video Contest will use their video skills and creativity to shoot and edit their own short Halloween flick that's no more than three minutes. It can be funny, scary, suspenseful, or any other style, as long as Halloween is the theme.
Entrants are asked to use good judgment on what's appropriate. Any submissions with excessive violence, obscene language or adult content will not be accepted.
"Evil Dead" actor Bruce Campbell, Mail Tribune Two-Minute Movie Festival winner Alex Williams and Mail Tribune/Daily Tidings videographers Mandy Valencia and Ryan Pfeil will serve as judges. Online voting also will determine a people's choice winner. Prizes have yet to be announced.
Submissions will be accepted until 5 p.m. Oct. 24. Voting will be open from Oct. 24 until 5 p.m. Oct. 30. The Mail Tribune will announce the winners online Halloween and the paper Nov. 1.