To celebrate the end of summer, the The Cultural Post organizes its first give away of DVDs for fans of Canadian films and TV shows. Winners will be chosen from a random draw of all eligible entries in each of 2 categories. Leave a comment or mention @anhkhoido in your tweet (with a reference to the giveaway, naturally) in order to have a chance to win.
Durham County is a very dark crime drama that takes place in a fictitious suburb of Toronto. There's a killer in the suburb of Durham County and Det. Mike Sweeney (Hugh Dillon) tries to find him/her. Besides, Mike also deal with his inner demons. Note that Michelle Forbes (True Blood) delivers a legendary performance as a manipulator.
Pontypool takes place in a real small town from Ontario that is named Pontypool. This film directed by Canadian director has the reputation of creeping you out in a rather effective way even though the leading characters (Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly and Hrant Alianak) don't see for quite a while the "zombies".
Rules of the contest
Since both prizes are zone 1 DVDs, the contest is technically opened to Canadians and Americans. However, if you don't live in North America but can read zone 1 DVDs, then feel free to participate. Secondly, in order to participate just leave a comment and, above all, your e-mail address (which will not be seen by others). Of course, you can always tweet, but don't forget what I've previously said. Finally, winners will be revealed on August 31, 2010.