Giveaways

Word on the street is that Oren Moverman‘s Rampart is pretty damned good. It stars Woody Harrelson as an LAPD cop in the wake of the Rampart scandal in the 1990s. It also features Ice Cube, who doesn’t at all still represent the LA of the early 1990s. The thing is, even if the movie were terrible, this poster would still be awesome. It looks absolutely stunning, and we’re giving one away. Plus, one (1) lucky winner will get a Harrelson-signed script to go with their new wall art. How do you enter? Excellent rhetorical question! Here’s how:

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This contest is now closed. All winners will be getting an email with prize details. Desperate for that film festival experience, but didn’t plan ahead to get tickets? Want to see the best of what the Tribeca Film Festival has to offer? Live in New York? Have we got a giveaway for you! Here at Film School Rejects, we’re pro-film festivals, and we want our own dear readers to share in the experience – that’s why we’re giving away a special pack of screening tickets for you and a guest to take in not one, not two, but three whole films this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival. Our special ticket pack include two tickets each for: Benji on Friday, April 20th at 6PM, Rat King on Friday, April 20th at 11:30PM, and Eddie the Sleepwalking Cannibal on Saturday, April 21st at 11:30PM. To win the ticket pack, which includes 2 passes to each film (got that? you win, you get six tickets?), all you have to do is jump down into the comments section and let us know which film you’re most looking forward to checking out in beautiful Gotham (you can crib from the Tribeca Film Festival film guide right HERE). Please also provide your email address in your comment. This contest is only open to U.S. residents, and we’re going to have to ask that you’ll actually be in New York City to use the tickets. The contest will close tomorrow, April 20th, at 1200PM EST. The […]

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South By Southwest means never having to say you’re sorry or having to wipe the frothy mixture of Drafthouse Guinness Milkshake and Barbecue sauce from your lips. By the way, we’re looking for a nickname for that mixture. I’m thinking, “South By Santorum.” Feel free to send in suggestions, but know that you don’t even have to put in that much effort to win a movie from the Criterion Collection (winner’s choice) or a sweet Derek Eads Bill Murray Print. We’ve teamed up with The Stash Box to give away some movie swag in honor of SXSW and the pop culture explosion it represents. So how does it work? Simple. You sign up, let your opinion be known, and then get your shot at free stuff. It’s as easy as lifting a finger 10-15 times. Depending on how long your name is. Head on over to our special Versus on the Stash Box site, and try your luck. Sign up with the code “tsblovesfsr” (which is true), and get to it!

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Do you live in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia or San Francisco? If not, do you mind driving to them for a Lasse Hallström movie? If so, pack up some beef jerky, energy drinks and the What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? soundtrack because you’re in for the wildest road trip of your life. And when you get to one of those cities, we’ll get you into a free advanced screening of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – Hallström’s new flick starring Ewan MacGregor and Emily Blunt which tells the story of a fishing expert charged with bringing the sport of fly fishing to the desert by a Sheik. What do you have to do? Email me with a subject heading “I Want to Go Salmon Fishing” and give me your name and the city you’ll be in on Tuesday (3/6) or Thursday (3/8) in or around the evening time. First come, first served. Plus, you can bring a +1. A spouse, a girlfriend or boyfriend, a family member, maybe a stranger you meet on the subway and fall deeply in love with because of us and this movie? Or, if you’re planning on attending the San Francisco screening, maybe a giant naked woman who just stomped on your car. That’s up to you! By that, we mean we’re not liable for any damage done to your car when the giant naked woman is overwhelmed with emotion by the movie.  

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UPDATED: Dear Commenter Jhester24, you have won with your entry “Mission: Impossible — Women.” Please email the editors to claim your prize!  Good day, Mr. FSR Readership. Just in time for the release of Brad Bird’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, we have a pair of stylish boots from Giorgio Brutini as featured in the film. These men’s boots are plain-toed, six inch calf leather and are generally damn sexy. Take a good look at this slick pair below. Your mission, should you wish to win the boots, is to complete the post-colon, secondary title to the next Mission: Impossible film. What we’re looking for is the funniest, cleverest, most laugh-inducingest title continuation. For example… MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – PICKLE JAR. Does that one suck? Absolutely! So come up with a better one and post it in the comment section on this piece. We’ll choose a winner on Monday who will be stylin’ like a bad IMF’er. This post will self-destruct…never. Feel free to peruse more incredible footwear designs from Giorgio Brutini

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Comic-Con is around the corner, and while our dance card is filling up, we’ve carved out some time to hang out with veteran film critic, author, and film historian Leonard Maltin. Unlike two years ago when we ended up hanging out by the San Diego docks with Tom Jane and the Raw crew at 3am, we’ll be keeping it a little tamer this year at the Movies On Demand lounge inside the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday, July 23rd from 3-5pm. So what does our drinking in the afternoon have to do with you winning $500? Great question. Speaking of questions, we need them for our conversation, and we want to give you the chance to win that half-thousand-dollar gift card just for sending us yours. Here’s how to enter:

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So you’re sitting around bored to tears because Stumble Upon has run out of interesting stuff to show you, and you’ve already sneaked into free early screenings of all the movies coming out this month. What do you do? How does 365 free DVDs sound? It sounds like you’ll have a busy year ahead of you. Or a busy 30.41 days if you watch them all back to back without sleeping or getting up for bathroom breaks. And who needs ‘em? You don’t. So how do you win 365 free DVDs? Great question:

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A&E and The History Channel produce some of the best documentary content, and, like Tom Cuny, WWII seems to be where they shine the brightest. Their newest offering is Third Reich: Rise & Fall tells the story of the Nazi regime from footage from the people that lived it. Sadly for Rob Hunter, this contest isn’t open to FSR staff. Fortunately for you, it’s open to you (if you live in the United States (sorry other countries)). So how do you win four hours of educational and entertaining Nazi goodness? I’m glad you asked:

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liptoninside

Thanks to our friends over at Bravo, we have an awesome offer to all of our film aficionados out there. It would seem that James Lipton has been able to take some time away from his show Inside The Actor Studio to write an autobiography titled, Inside Inside.

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Do you live in L.A.? Do you want to see The Godfather in its restored glory at the world-famous Cinerama Dome? We’ve got your hook-up…

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Alright, so maybe devious isn’t the best word for a few t-shirts and a poster, but what else can you really say about the hit FX comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”?

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Kung Fu Panda Giveaway

While Jack Black is kicking some serious (family friendly) butt as an animated Panda named Po, you could be bringing home some of the coolest prizes on the web. What prizes? Come on inside and find out!

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Otis DVD Giveaway

From the Raw Feed series of DTV movies comes Otis, a teenager-in-peril Grindhouse experience for the whole family. Alright, maybe not the whole family, but it looks like a bit of fun.

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The Andromeda Strain

Take a peak inside for your chance to win an awesome “Andromeda Strain” prize pack!

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Juno

Earlier today, we posted a deleted scene from Juno to help get you a little more excited for the film, and as soon as we get our hands on more cool stuff from the DVD release, we will share that as well. But this is not about showing you cool stuff from the DVD, it is about hooking you up with a FREE copy that you can enjoy all to yourself. With that said, we’ve got a great new giveaway!

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The Signal

Free stuff from the film that AICN calls “The future of horror”

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