The Last Voyage of the Demeter

CONTEST: Win advance screening passes for The Last Voyage of the Demeter!

Based on the singularly chilling chapter from Bram Stoker’s iconic novel Dracula, The Last Voyage of the Demeter tells the tale of the merchant ship Demeter—a vessel chartered to carry a private cargo of fifty mysterious wooden crates from Carpathia to London. Once out to sea, strange and horrific things begin to befall the crew as they are stalked nightly by an unknown and merciless presence. When the Demeter finally arrives off the shores of Northern England, it is a charred, derelict wreck with no trace of its former occupants.

The thriller stars Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton) as Clemens, a doctor new to the Demeter crew, Aisling Franciosi (Game of Thrones) a young stowaway, Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) as the ship’s captain, and David Dastmalchian (Oppenheimer) as the Demeter’s first mate.

The Last Voyage of the Demeter hits theatres on August 11, but That Shelf and Universal Pictures want to send some fans to see an advanced screening in Toronto or Montreal on August 9! Check out the trailer below and then scroll down to find out how to enter!

To enter for your chance to win our The Last Voyage of the Demeter contest:

  1. Follow That Shelf on Instagram;
  2. Like our Last Voyage of the Demeter post on Instagram;
  3. Tell us your favourite vampire movie;
  4. Tell us which city’s screening you want to attend; and,
  5. Tag a friend.

One entry per person. Multiple entire will be disqualified. Contestants must be residents of Canada. No purchase necessary. Winners will be notified via direct message on Saturday, August 5. The contest closes at 11:59pm ET on Friday, August 4. Winners are responsible for redeeming passes for the screening by 12pm on Monday, August 7 in order to attend.

The Last Voyage of the Demeter opens in theatres on August 11.

Editor’s Note: This contest is taking place during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the hard work of the writers and actors currently out on the picket lines, projects like [series/movie/etc] wouldn’t exist.