Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Win Tickets To An Edgar Wright Double Bill In England's Exciting Capital City, Kind Of!

Do you like zombies?

Do you like cops?

Do you like the work of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright?

Do you like Brixton's very sexiful Ritzy Cinema?

Do you like Sunday August 8th, 2010?

Do you like 6.00pm?

If you answered "HELLZ YEAH!!!1" to all or most of the above questions, you should seriously consider opening Google Maps, entering the postcode SW2 1JG, ascertaining directions thereto from wherever you are and hauling your shapely beautocks to the double bill of Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz which takes place at the aforementioned picture house on the aforementioned date at the aforementioned time.

If you answered "No" to some or all of the above questions you should still go because you seriously need to sort yourself out.

You can buy tickets online here for a measly £9.00 each (plus booking fee). That's two slices of fried gold for the price of a Spaced box set, but if you're too tight to do that, guess what?

That's right! Thanks to the Ritzy, The Incredible Suit has not four, not three, but TWO tickets for this evening of rom-zom-cop-com to give away to the lucky winner of what is quite literally a competition with a prize.

To be in with a chance to win (© Stock Competition Phrases Ltd), simply email me here with the answer to this easy peasy lemon squeezy question:

Which is The Incredible Suit's favourite film
out of Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz?

Correct entrants will gain access to The Incredible Suit's patented Arena Of Destiny (see this previous battle), from which only one can emerge victorious.

You have until 10.48pm on Sunday 11th July to get your entries in, so get a wriggle on. The winner will be announced next week on a day when there's nothing worth blogging about.

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  1. I would enter this competition, but london is a long way away from me. Throw in a train ticket and you got yourself a deal.

  2. Simon, is that an official competition entry?

  3. Would you be so kind as to email it to me? Many thanks.

  4. It's clearly Shaun of the Dead for perfectly transferring the 'Spaced' relationships and sticking slavishly to genre convention.