Win Passes to ‘The Box’ at a St. Louis Advance Screening
ReviewSTL invites you to enter to win passes to the St. Louis advance screening of “The Box”
OPENS NATIONWIDE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6th
In order to enter the contest, simply leave a comment at the bottom of the page telling us what you would do with $1 million (without the consequences of the box). Winners will be chosen at random and notified via e-mail. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
Please note that winning passes to “The Box” does not guarantee admission to the film. You must arrive early as seating is first-come, first-served. It is usually safe to arrive at least 1 hour or more before show time!
Good luck! We hope to see you at the movie.
Watch the Trailer:
Screen siren Cameron Diaz and former X-Man James Marsden star in the supernatural horror picture The Box (2008), directed by Donnie Darko cult fave Richard Kelly. The film’s premise involves a strange and ominous box granted to a young couple by a mysterious stranger (Frank Langella). They are informed that pressing various buttons on the box will grant them riches while killing a person unknown to them in the process. Executive produced by Ted Hamm, the film was adapted by Kelly from Richard Matheson’s 1970 short story Button, Button. ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide