What’s a Yuppie ghost couple to do when their quaint New England home is overrun by trendy New Yorkers? Hire a freelance “bio-exorcist” to spook the intruders, of course. As directed by Tim Burton, Michael “Keaton’s Beetlejuice is one of the biggest, baddest wolves a ghost movie has ever unleashed” (The Village Voice). We’ve got your shot and bringing Beetlejuice home at no cost, and you don’t even have to say his name three times…

Five (5) lucky winners will each score a copy of Beetlejuice Special Anniversary Edition on DVD, which hits store shelves on October 7th. All you have to do is follow the standard drill. Step one is to be a subscriber to our daily email updates, powered by Feedburner. It is the one daily email to rule them all — all the best of the Rejects right in your inbox. No spam, no selling of your information, just the best movie news from all of the best writers on the web, every single day. If you aren’t already a subscriber, you can do so via the form below:

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The second is that you must answer a question in the comment area at the bottom of the page. But before I get to that, I have a few more rules: You must be a legal resident of the United States or Canada in order to win, you must enter prior to October 17th. And now, the question:

If you were going to die and come back as something (or someone) else, what would that be?


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