Tuesday, October 16, 2012

FRANKENSTEIN! ELSA LANCASTER BEING COOL! GIVEAWAY! (let me repeat that for emphasis:) GIVEAWAY!






What's that you say? Free tickets to see a Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein double feature...IN THEATRES?! This can't be happening?!

No, you are not going mad. It is happening. It really is happening.

I have three pairs of tickets to giveaway for the double feature screening on October 24th at 7pm.

I quote the official website:

Just in time for Halloween, NCM Fathom Events, Turner Classic Movies and Universal will present a Halloween Double Feature in movie theaters nationwide on Wednesday, October 24th in celebration of Universal’s 100th Anniversary. Don’t miss seeing Boris Karloff on the big screen as the original “Frankenstein” (1931) followed by Karloff and Elsa Lanchester in “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935).
 
The event will begin with TCM Host Robert Osborne as he treats audiences to exclusive interviews conducted at this year’s TCM Classic Film Festival.  Joining him will be Karloff’s daughter, Sara Karloff along with Bela Lugosi, Jr. the son of the classic Dracula star and  Academy Award® winning make-up artist, Rick Baker. All three will talk about classic horror movies, how legendary icons like Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi helped define the genre and how today’s horror films measure up to the classics.  

To enter to win, just drop me a comment or send me an email at classicforeverblogger(AT)yahoo(DOT)com before Thursday the 18th!

 It's gonna be AWESOME!

-Millie

7 comments:

Bunny Moreno said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I am in!!!!! Awesome giveaway!!!!! I have tragically never seen this film :( Good luck to all those to enter! xox

Simoa said...

YES I AM IN! Since I've never seen them, but have been treated to the awesome Frankenweenie which pays homage to these films, and seeing Martin Landau's Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood, I'm all in.

Kalli said...

I want to win!!!!

R. Oliver said...

YES!! YES!! YES!! Please accept my entry into the drawing. I am a HUGE FAN of the Universal Monsters, and of course, have never seen ANY of these classics on the big screen. I would love to take my son, to see this epic cinematic experience. Thanks for the chance.


Ronald


oliverspendulum@yahoo.com

Laura Mathias said...

Yes me me me please yes me yes please. I can't believe I changed my Bruce Timm rendition of the Bride profile pic before this! Rotten timing!

Thanks for this opportunity!

worldoffsmile@gmail.com

Karly + Chris said...

Oct 24th is my birthday!! I'd love to do dinner & then this great double feature!!

Kelly Robinson said...

I'd like this so much! I had a dream once about Elsa Lancaster. I saved her from the Nazis. It's my favorite dream ever.

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