If you're a Tyler Perry fan and your home could use a few conversation-starting posters on the wall, then you've come to the right place. Movieline is giving away one fun — and funny — prize pack to commemorate the March 29 opening of Tyler Perry's Temptation, written and directed by Tyler Perry and featuring Kim Kardashian in the Madea role. (I kid!) more »
It's the first day of spring and a perfect time to celebrate young love of the parasitic alien variety. And how do we do that? By giving away a prize pack for Open Road's adaptation of Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer's novel, The Host, to one budding poet out there who can capture the spirit of the movie in an original haiku. more »
'The Last Exorcism Part II' Contest: Show Some Sympathy For The Devil & Win A Limited Edition Poster
Please allow me to introduce myself, I'm a man with swag to give away: Specifically, three limited-edition The Last Exorcism Part II posters — two red and one olive green — designed by artist Rich Knepprath. No need to sell your soul. All you need to do is submit an original haiku (using the 5-7-5 format) inspired by The Last Exorcism franchise, the subject of possession or...Satan.
Before you attempt this, you must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years of age. If you fulfill those stringent qualifications, leave your efforts in the comments section below and include your poster color preference so that, if you win, your prize doesn't clash with your decor. Deadline is Noon Pacific Time on Friday, March 1, the date that The Last Exorcism Part II hits theaters.
Now, fix yourself a can of pea soup, invite all the flies in the neighborhood into your home and break out your creepiest yoga move for inspiration. (You can also watch the official trailer and check out the posters below.) I want to be thrilled and chilled by your Lovecraftian genius.
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John Cusack dives into the twisted psyche of 19th century author Edgar Allan Poe in this week's The Raven, a fictional adventure-mystery that blends the writer's real life with the kind of dark, macabre tales he wove -- and Movieline has your chance to catch it before it opens on April 27! Enter Movieline's 10-word review contest (critiquing any film from Cusack's nearly three-decade career) and you could win a pair of tickets to the Los Angeles premiere and after party for the film. So turn on the hot tub time machine and crank up the high fidelity, tapeheads and grifters and America's sweethearts, because, um, the cradle will rock over Broadway. Or something. It's a sure thing! Oh, just say anything... [UPDATE: Contest is now closed. Thanks for playing! Winner will be announced shortly.]
Here at Movieline readers have to work for their hard-earned prizes, but today we have a haiku contest that should also engage your inner child and tap into the most whimsical, fantastical depths of your imagination: Write an original haiku inspired by this weekend's colorful and witty Snow White retelling Mirror Mirror -- a movie featuring heroines in swan dresses and people wearing boats as hats! -- and you could win dinner and a movie for four! UPDATED: See the winning entry below!
Attention all spy genre enthusiasts, Cold War buffs and Gary Oldman fans: Movieline is giving away three (3) pairs of VIP tickets to the Los Angeles premiere of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy to the trio of readers who come up with the most clever haiku poems dedicated to one of the film's stars.
Another week, another chance to play guest critic at Movieline and earn a cool prize. This time, our giveaway is Blue Velvet-themed in honor of the 25th anniversary Blu-ray release of David Lynch's twisted, symbolism-laden, profanity-heavy masterpiece. So crack a Pabst Blue Ribbon and click ahead to begin the fun! [UPDATE: The contest is now closed! Thank you to everyone who participated. We will now sort through your submissions and notify you of a winner shortly.]
Tarsem fans and Greek mythology nerds, get your thinking caps out; Movieline's got four (4) pairs of VIP tickets to give away to send you and a guest to the Los Angeles premiere of Immortals, and the tix will go to the commenters who submit the best captions to accompany any of the below fantastical stills (or the one above) from the Henry Cavill-starring action pic. Ready, set, caption away! Details after the jump. [UPDATE: Contest is now closed to new submissions.]
Let's hear it for all the readers, fans and aspiring MMA fighters who participated in our 10-word review contest for Gavin O'Connor's Warrior, starring Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton and Nick Nolte. We've received a plethora of thoughtful submissions but alas, we could only choose one as the winner. Click ahead to see whose knockout review earned him/her a prize pack of the ultimate Warrior memorabilia.
Gavin O'Connor's Warrior earned rave reviews last weekend (including mine, which you can read here) on the strength of its fine performances and heart-wrenching story of two mixed martial artist brothers (Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton) pitted against each other in and outside of the ring. Now's your chance to play guest critic and enter to win a prize pack Movieline's giving away that includes the ultimate Warrior memorabilia: An MMA glove signed by star Joel Edgerton.
UPDATE: The contest is now closed! Thank you to everyone who participated in this very special Warrior giveaway. We will now sort through your thoughtful submissions and notify you of a winner shortly.