Win A Signed Blu-Ray Of NEVER SLEEP AGAIN: THE ELM STREET LEGACY

For all you Nightmare on Elm Street fans: do we have a treat for you! We have one signed Blu-ray to give away to one lucky winner provided by Image Entertainment. The Blu-ray is signed by Heather Langenkamp, who played Nancy Thompson in first Elm Street film, and directors Daniel Farrand and Andrew Kasch. 

Murderer. Dream Demon. The bastard son of a hundred maniacs. Any way you slice it, there can only be one man - one monster - who epitomizes those words: Freddy Krueger. For decades, he has slashed his way through the dreams of countless youngsters and shows no signs of ever resting in peace. A Nightmare on Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp is your dream guide in this thrilling "shockumentary" that takes you deeper into Freddy's realm than ever before, featuring exciting clips, never-before-seen photos, behind-the-scenes footage, conceptual art, publicity materials and exclusive interviews with over 100 key cast and crew from every Nightmare, including Wes Craven, Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp, Jack Sholder, Mark Patton, Kim Myers, Chuck Russell, Jennifer Rubin, Renny Harlin, Lisa Wilcox, Tuesday Knight, Stephen Hopkins, Kelly Jo Minter, Rachel Talalay, Lisa Zane, Alice Cooper, Patrick Lussier, Miko Hughes, Monica Keena, Brendan Fletcher, Ronny Yu and many more. So get ready for Freddy in the definitive account of modern cinema's eternal bogeyman and what has been called the most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history!

I want to give as many of you a chance to win this signed Blu-ray as possible, so I am going to make it easy for you. Giveaways should be fun; not frickin' hard. All you have to do is answer this incredibly hard skill testing question and e-mail me the answer here. Ready?

Who had his feature film debut as Nancy's boyfriend, Glen Lantz? See? That is not so bad, is it? 

Remember, e-mail me your answer here. One entry per household, please. And, yes, U.S. residents only, I'm afraid. You have until midnight EST on Wednesday, January 22 to enter. Put "Freddy's Coming For You" in the subject so I know you're entering the contest. 

We will have our own review of this documentary soon so keep an eye out for that! 
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  • Michael

    Sometimes it's US only for contests, other times not. Why the difference? I'd be willing to pay the shipping as the winner if that was the issue.

  • Ard Vijn

    Shipping is not the issue. The difference has to do with rights issues. Distributors are often not allowed to ship films outside of their own contracted area of distribution.

    If a distributor gives us a stack of Blu-rays to give away, and he only has the US rights, we are ordered not to ship them out of the US.

    Were these disks to be shipped to, say, Germany for example, it would be an infringement on the rights of the company which distributes this film in Germany. That German company will have paid money to ensure that they are the only ones allowed to sell the film to end-users over there, and they could choose to sue for damages if some US company starts giving the film away for free in Germany.

  • Andrew Mack

    What Ard said. We have to respect those companies that paid for the rights to sell this movie in their territory, make money, feed and clothe their children and keep a roof over their heads.

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