It wouldn't be a theme week here on the grog, without at least one contest for an insanely unique prize. In the past we have given out posters and action figures, most of the time they are one of a kind. Jeremy from APEP has supplied me with such an item. A complete DVD case in honor of this week. He picked the double feature that Doc Terror chose, which was Robin Hood and Cannibal Holocaust, but this is a tribute to the whole week. It will come with all kinds of other goodies including small prints, and even a blank DVD decorated and ready, in the off chance you want to put your own copies of the films on it for convenient watching. Relive the madness that the Doc endured. Check the pictures, then below will be all the info on winning this bad boy.
I am going to make it simple to win this beast, but also include some ways to get extra chances. To win all you need to do is make sure you have liked, and if not like the Facebook page for Guts and Grog, While you are at it, give the APEP one a like too. Then leave a comment, either here, on the Facebook post for the contest, or respond on Twitter or via E-mail. In this comment, let me know what the most twisted double feature you can think of would be. That is it. Two seconds, and you may own this amazing piece.
Now onto extra chances. Every time you share one of the posts from the week, you will get another entry. If you go to the event page and invite people, you get an extra entry. If you share the event, you get another entry. Basically every share of some kind, whether on FB, Twitter, Tumblr, or your site, gets you an entry. The more you share, the more likely you are to win. Shoot me a message, or email and let me know what you have shared, and I will include all in the final drawing, which will be held on Friday the 25th of April. To all of you who got the early entries, I have those already included. So don't you worry. Thanks to everyone for reading, and good luck. I am jealous that this will not be mine.
Jeremy is a published writer. His books include "What the Master Does Not Speak Of – Poems and Drawings by Jeremy Gaulke" and "The Ghost of Harrison Sheets." He runs Critters and Gods which is an art zine inspired by H. P. Lovecraft. It features black and white and color illustrations depicting life, symbolism, and ritual in a post-Cthulhu world. Make sure to check out all of his awesome at APEP.