Nov 6, 2010

FLASH CONTEST: Win Taken: Extended Cut On DVD

Here's another flash contest as we wrap up this week of celebrating the Double O Section's fourth blogiversary. Up for grabs is one copy of Fox's single-disc Extended Cut DVD of the 2009 Liam Neeson neo-Eurospy movie Taken (review here).  And I'm changing up the rules again.  Since it's a weekend and there are likely fewer people surfing the net, I'm going to let this one run a bit longer. The winner will be announced at noon tomorrow, Pacific Time.  (That's after the time change happens if you're wondering.)  The prize will go to the seventh person to email me using the subject line "Taken Contest" and including your full name and mailing address in your email.  Entries that don't follow those guidelines will be discarded. Don't automatically assume someone else has already won until I post a winner.  Maybe everyone else is assuming that, too. The order of responses will be based on the time stamps in my Yahoo! email account.  The contest starts NOW, so go for it! Good luck!

And don't forget, there's still time to enter the huge DK giveaway for a chance to win DK James Bond books and the first two volumes of James Bond Blu-rays (click here for all the details on how to enter that contest) and to enter the contest to win OSS 117: Lost in Rio on DVD (click here for the details on that one). The DK James Bond contest runs until Monday night, and the OSS 117 contest runs until Thursday night. There will also be other long- and short-term contests popping up in the days ahead, so be sure to check back frequently!

Read my review of Taken here.

*The Fine Print: One entry per person, please. Double entries will be disqualified. One winner will be chosen based on the order of responses. The winner's name will be posted here and he or she 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. This contest is open to anyone, in any country, but foreign readers should note that this is a Region 1 NTSC DVD and make sure that they have the proper equipment for playback. Unfortunately, the Double O Section cannot assume responsibility for items lost or damaged in transit.

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