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Win Tickets to see Planet Terror at Screamfest

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We have a few pairs of tickets to a rare theatrical screening of the extended director’s cut of Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror at Screamfest 07 this Monday at Mann's Chinese.

In many people's minds Planet Terror was the better of the two Grindhouse films that came through town as a double-feature. Not even Quentin could compete with the zombies vs the hot one-legged babe w/ machine gun attachment.

That babe, by the way, one Ms. Rose Macgowan, has decided to marry the Planet Terror director, if People are to be trusted.

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For details on how to win tickets to see this screening on Monday at the Chinese Theater, continue reading after the jump.

To enter, type in the title of your favorite scary movie into the comments below, and if you remember tell us what theater you saw it at - or if you rented it.

Registered users will be the only ones considered. It takes seconds to register and we will be emailing winners based on the email address you provide, so make sure it's real and one that you check often.

Contest ends Monday at noon. Winners will be contacted Monday afternoon and - like life itself - will only have a limited time to reply to the email, so beware humans.

Planet Terror
Mann's Chinese
Monday, 10/15/07