That’s right, we’ve got a delectable dose of Depp for you to hang on your wall! Not only have we scored a few posters to give away in honor of the impending release of Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, we have scored a few posters that are AUTOGRAPHED by members of the cast and crew. Now, while we don’t have a whole hell of a lot of details for you (like how many posters, who autographed them, etc), we just couldn’t wait to get this little giveaway started.

All we need from you is a name and an email address. We will accept entries until 11:59pm on December 23 — so get to it. Just fill out the form at the bottom of the page to enter.

This giveaway is open to legal residents of the U.S. and Canada. No purchase necessary — all though we think you should go see Sweeney Todd, but we can’t require you to go.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street opens in theaters nationwide on December 21. Directed by Tim Burton and adapted from the play of Stephen Sondheim, it stars Johnny Depp, Helena Bohnam Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and Alan Rickman.

See what our reviewers had to say about the film below:

Sweeney Todd mixed black with white, irony with sincerity, and humor with solemnity in such a way that made the film a wonder to watch. What makes the film so special is Burton’s faithfulness to the spirit, or lack there of, of the story.” — Brian C. Gibson, Film School Rejects

“Let Sweeney Todd be the paragon of early 21st Century musical moviemaking, a reflection of the real-life violence that characterizes our present wartimes. The sweet and lachrymose pathos of Edward Scissorhands, the other Burton-Depp collaboration about a troubled barber, has been supplanted by a dark and bitter animus that nevertheless manages to move in the grand tragic tradition of Verdi, thanks in large part to Depp’s complex and emotional performance.” — H. Stewart, Film School Rejects

“Tim Burton has delivered a true masterpiece wrapped in death and covered in blood. He has a way of making you fall in love with the dark and weird side of things. That is why Burton was perfect for this adaptation. He creates worlds that are very fantastical and ends up turning them into a reality.” — Ken Evans, FirstShowing.net


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