Xavier Gens proved he loved intensity with Frontier(s) and he set out to show it wasn’t a fluke with the bomb shelter mayhem of The Divide. The movie focuses on a group of blast survivors who are safely trapped in their apartment basement with supplies that threaten to get used up before true help can arrive. It stars Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, Courtney B. Vance, Iván González, Michael Eklund with Ashton Holmes and Rosanna Arquette.
Now, you can own the flick on DVD/Blu-ray. What do you have to do? Well, we’re going to randomly pick 7 winners and toss them into a basement for as long as it takes. The last person standing wins. It’s sort of our version of that contest where you have to keep touching a truck or something in order to win it. Only bloodier.
Just kidding. We can’t legally do that (yet), so here’s what to do instead:
Hop into the comments section and tell us what three things you’d need to survive after a nuclear blast and what movie you want to see before the world ends. Entries must be in by Monday (4/16), and sadly winners are limited to people living in the United States.
Three (3) lucky winners chosen at random will win the DVD/Blu-ray combo pack of The Divide. It’s simple and easy.
For something that doesn’t seem as easy, check out the trailer:
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