What are the consequences when life begins to imitate art? In this case it gets real bloody.
Random Acts of Violence, directed by Jay Baruchel and starring Baruchel, Jesse Williams and Jordana Brewster, is out now in theatres and video on demand in Canada! To celebrate, Elevation Pictures has partnered with Geek Hard to give away 3 Random Acts of Violence Prize Packs. This prize includes a digital rental code for the movie and two Random Acts of Violence T-Shirts! We announced the winners on the July 31st Episode of Geek Hard on realityradio101.com. Here’s a quick synopsis of the film:
What are the real consequences when life begins to imitate art? Comic book creator Todd Walkley, his wife Kathy, assistant Aurora and best friend, Hard Calibre Comics owner Ezra, embark upon a road trip from Toronto to NYC comic con and bad things start to happen. People start getting killed.It soon becomes clear that a crazed fan is using Todd’s “SLASHERMAN” comic as inspiration for the killings and as the bodies pile up, and Todd’s friends and family become victims themselves, Todd will be forced to take artistic responsibility.
All you had to do to be eligible was email us at email@example.com with the subject line “Random Acts Contest” and give us your name, city and province! We had many entries, but only 3 people could be our lucky winners. So, with out further ado……
Valérie Théberge from Quebec, QC
Tania Malcew from Hamilton, ON
Arturo Operario from North York, ON
You will be receiving an email from TARO PR very soon with your rental code for the movie. They will also be asking you for your mailing address to send you the t-shirts. Thanks for Playing!
Thanks also to the many who entered but were not chosen. Keep checking back here for more contests in the future!
Finally, Thanks to Elevation Pictures for partnering with us for this contest.
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RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE is out in theatres and on-demand now! Check it out if you’re into bloody, gruesome horror!
If you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!