DVD Giveaway

Ti West’s The Innkeepers was a hell of horror film – trenchant atmosphere, frightening moments and an antique feeling matched with the modern boredom of minimum wage. Now, we’re giving away a ton of great stuff from the movie. Two (2) winners will receive a special, limited edition (only 400 will ever exist) vinyl-style fold-out Blu-ray copy of the movie signed by writer/director Ti West. Check out the pictures below. One (1) winner will receive the truly gorgeous Dude Designs version of the poster signed by West and stars Sara Paxton and Pat Healy. Five (5) winners will receive the standard DVD copy of the film. So how do you enter to win? Excellent question:

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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:

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The Green Hornet is coming to homes near you on May 3rd, but you can win your DVD copy today, and it’ll be delivered alongside a couple of action figures. Sadly, the prize pack does not include Kato Vision. So what is in the prize pack and how do you win? I’m glad you asked:

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Back at Fantastic Fest, Rob Hunter came out of his screening of Red Hill – featuring Ryan Kwanten from True Blood – and immediately walked from Austin back to San Francisco on a mission to clean up the filth of his town. He, of course, succeeded, and now San Francisco has 2000% fewer snarly-mouthed gangsters who think they “run things.” Now, you can win Red Hill on DVD and find your own inspiration.* (*FSR does not endorse actual vigilante justice.) How to win: Head over to our Facebook Page and hit the “like” button (since there’s no “love” button). Then proceed to find the post asking how you’d bring justice to your town, and…explain how you’d bring justice to your small town. Clean up the (US-based) town by January 26th, and you could have a shot at snagging this DVD for yourself.

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Odds are if you’re reading our site we don’t need to introduce you to Lisbeth Salander. She’s the tattooed pyromaniac from Sweden who hates flying insects. She’s also the title character of the bestselling Millennium Trilogy of novels by Stieg Larsson, all of which have been made into blockbuster foreign language films. The first two installments introduced the troubled but brilliant Salander and a frumpy, crusading chick-magnet named Blomkvist and threw them both headlong into a brutal conspiracy filled with serial killers, government secrets, cups of coffee, and assorted men who hate women. The third and final film, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, finds Salander quite literally fighting for her life and her freedom. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest is hitting DVD on January 25th, and we’ve got a copy to give away to one lucky reader. The title of this post refers to Asperger’s syndrome – a diagnosis often discussed when it comes to Lisbeth Salander’s anti-social behavior. In that vein, here’s how you enter this contest… leave a comment below naming a character with issues from a film, any film, alongside a diagnosis that you think fits them best. The funnier and more creative the better. Think The Wolf Man‘s Larry Talbot, chronic masturbator…

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I imagine you’re torn right now. On the one hand, this is a giveaway for the chance to win a free DVD. Free. As in it won’t cost you a dime. But on the other hand, what the hell is OSS 117: Lost In Rio? Glad you asked. This French box-office hit is a wild throwback to the spy thriller genre of the sixties where the men were men and the women were morally flexible. Our hero, Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, is also an unaware, insensitive, and politically incorrect ass. That’s a good thing as it adds to what is easily one of the funniest French movies to cross the ocean in quite some time. It was preceded by OSS 117: Cairo, Nest Of Spies, but in the grand tradition of the James Bond films there’s no issue of continuity here as each film is its own standalone adventure. I actually recommended it as a Buy in this week’s DVD column, but two lucky winners will each get their own copy for free! Check after the jump to see how you can win one of two copies of OSS 117: Lost In Rio.

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We have an awesome contest for all you UFO watchers and conspiracy theorists.

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The follow-up to Batman Begins, The Dark Knight reprises the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne in his continuing war on crime. And in honor of Black Friday, we’ve got your chance to win a copy on DVD!

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Kung Fu Panda DVD Giveaway

Pandamonium is about to break loose tomorrow, Sunday, November 9th when the year’s biggest comedy debuts on DVD and Blu-ray. Check out our sweet contest to find out how you can get in on the action…

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Get Smart DVD Giveaway

If there’s one thing we like to do it is to give things away. So here’s to today… a few copies of Get Smart on DVD for the masses.

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Giveaway: Planet of the Apes 40th Anniversary Edition

You can score a copy of Planet of the Apes 40th Anniversary Collection, without having to fight off any dirty apes… or prove evolution. We promise.

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The Visitor DVD Giveaway

There is nothing we love more than spreading the love on films that don’t get enough media affection. And it would appear that Tom McCarthy’s The Visitor, which was released onto DVD this week, is one such film.

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Run Fatboy Run DVD Giveaway

In order to give you a full dose of Simon Pegg, we’ve got a sweet little giveaway for you.

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We’ve got your shot and bringing Beetlejuice home at no cost, and you don’t even have to say his name three times…

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How old is too old to rock out? For the subjects of the documentary Young@Heart, they are never too old. Three lucky winners will rock out with a free DVD of this rockin’ film.

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Sure, Speed Racer might not have done so well at the box office this summer, but that doesn’t mean you should pass up a chance to get it on DVD for free…

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Sensational indie director David Gordon Green’s latest film Snow Angels is headed to DVD this week, and we’ve got your chance to win it before you can buy it.

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Back before Tom Cruise was a big star, he took a role in a little movie called Risky Business. It will forever be a classic. And now you can get in on the 25th Anniversary DVD, absolutely free.

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Before YouTube… before MySpace… before Facebook there was I-SEE-YOU.com and Colby Allen, the teen who invented user-generated content by secretly installing nanny-cams in his parents’ home and turning his family into the internet’s first Live Feed!

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It’s musical, it’s magical. It’s Another Cinderella Story, the dancing-ever after fairy tale. In this update, Selena Gomez is Mary, a modern Cinderella complete with dancing shoes instead of a glass slipper.

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