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Nov 5, 2010
CONTEST: Win OSS 117: Lost In Rio On DVD!
Time for the next of the many contests that will keep popping up this week to celebrate the Double O Section's fourth blogiversary–and it's another good one, if I do say so myself! (Well, I don't run bad ones...) Earlier this week I reviewed Music Box's recent DVD of OSS 117: Lost in Rio, and today I have four copies of that awesome, awesome parody of Sixties spy movies to give away! I said this movie belonged in every spy collection (which it definitely does), and here's your chance to add it to yours for free. Unlike Wednesday's "instant win" flash contest (of which there will be at least one more, so keep checking back throughout the weekend!), we'll run this one fairly traditionally. All you have to do to enter to win one of four copies of OSS 117: Lost in Rio is send an email with the subject heading "OSS 117 Contest" including your name and mailing address to the Double O Section by 11:59 PM, Pacific Time on Thursday, November 11 (James Bond's birthday!), 2010.* The winner will be announced in one week's time, next Friday, November 12. Good luck! And be sure to check back often for more great contests popping up randomly throughout the weekend and maybe even into next week.
Speaking of contests, the DK Books/James Bond Blu-ray contest is still running as well, so be sure to get your entries in by Monday for a chance to win those amazing prizes, too. Full details on how to do that can be found here.
Read my review of the OSS 117: Lost in Rio DVD here.
Read my original film review of OSS 117: Lost in Riohere.
*The Fine Print: One entry per person, please. Double entries will be disqualified. Four prize-winners will be drawn at random and announced on Friday, November 12, 2010. The winners' names will be posted here and they will be notified via email. All entries will be deleted immediately after the contest’s close, and no personal information will be retained or transmitted to any third parties. The contest is open to anyone, in any country, but foreign readers should note that these are Region 1 NTSC DVDs and be sure they have the proper equipment for playback. Unfortunately, the Double O Section cannot assume responsibility for items lost or damaged in transit.
Though I post here under the name Tanner, my real name is Matthew Bradford, and I'm a screenwriter living in Los Angeles. I'm coauthor of the graphic novel Night and Fog and I co-wrote and produced the 2014 horror feature What Remains.