Free Stuff: You Can Win a Poster From ‘Red Hill’ Signed By True Blood Star Ryan Kwanten

The FSR crew got a chance to see Red Hill at Fantastic Fest, and the film is now seeing the darkness of theaters in Austin, New York, and Los Angeles on November 5th (that’s tomorrow (and, seriously, go buy a calander)).

With all that money you’re spending on calendars, you won’t be able to afford a poster for the film. That’s a shame. Fortunately, we’ve got three of them that happen to be signed by star Ryan Kwanten and director Patrick Hughes. Three posters means three lucky winners.

Find out what you can do to win inside.

First, here’s a look at the poster:

It’s nice to know it’s a good lookin’ poster to boot. Now imagine it with signatures on it, and you’re halfway there.

Now, to win, all you have to do is leave us a message in the comments section explaining what movie franchise you’d like to take revenge on. Did one of them take too much of your money? Break your heart with expectations? Inappropriately touch your childhood memories? Let us know, and we’ll be choosing three winners from the batch of replies.

Want to know more about the film? Here’s the official synopsis:

Young police officer Shane Cooper (Ryan Kwanten) relocates to the small country town of Red Hill with his pregnant wife Alice to start a family. But when news of a prison break sends the local law enforcement officers – led by the town’s ruling presence, Old Bill – into a panic, Shane’s first day on duty rapidly turns into a nightmare.

Enter Jimmy Conway, a convicted murderer serving life behind bars, who has returned to the isolated outpost seeking revenge. Now caught in the middle of what will become a terrifying and bloody confrontation, Shane will be forced to take the law into his own hands if he is to survive.

A taut thriller which unfolds over the course of a single day and night, and told with explosive action and chilling violence, Red Hill is a modern-day western played out against the extraordinary landscapes of high-country Australia.  RED HILL made it’s US premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin last month

Good luck to all who enter. We’ll be choosing a winner Monday, November 8th, so have your entries in by November 7th.

A veteran of writing about movies for nearly a decade, Scott Beggs has been the Managing Editor of Film School Rejects since 2009. Despite speculation, he is not actually Walter Mathau's grandson. See? He can't even spell his name right.

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