Bil Browning

Contest: The Square

Filed By Bil Browning | August 23, 2010 8:30 AM | comments

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Today's contest is brought to you by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Up for grabs is one DVD of The Square. The-Square.jpg

A stylish, twist-filled film noir, THE SQUARE centers on an adulterous couple, Ray (DAVID ROBERTS) and Carla (CLAIRE VAN DER BOOM), whose scheming unwittingly leads to a violent sequence of events that quickly spirals out of control into arson, murder and blackmail when they attempt to run away together. It is being released on DVD and Blu-Ray August 24th, 2010.

You can enter for free by commenting on this post and telling us your favorite movie genre. Contributors are not eligible to win this prize. Contest will close at midnight Pacific time on August 24, 2010. Winner will be drawn randomly from the comments section.

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My favorite movie genre is 1950s Technicolor anything. Bright bright bright with insane costume color selections that are spell-binding to me (particularly the MGM Musicals made in that decade).

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Joseph Kowalski | August 23, 2010 4:18 PM

My favorites are all 1950s films shot entirely in VistaVision. Alfred Hitchcock used it a lot in films which are big favorites of mine like "To Catch a Thief", "The Trouble With Harry", "The Man Who Knew Too Much", "Vertigo", and "North by Northwest".

Sarah Bellum | August 23, 2010 4:41 PM

I'm a big movie fan and watch all sorts of genres constantly. I like horror, comedy, martial arts, some westerns, etc. I enjoy suspenseful movies, but using Netlfix (and getting feedback on my real habits) allows me to say that I watch gritty documentaries (possibly politically oriented) more than anything else.

Not an entry because I'm not allowed (darn it), but my fav genre is small-studio animation. Films like Twice Upon a Time, Triplets of Belleville, others of that ilk where we see a whole-cloth world that's astoundingly unique... I love love love me that.

My favorite genre is horror. It's the only genre I can enjoy whether alone at home or at a crowded movie theater. I can only enjoy comedies at the theater (when I can hear the laughter of others) and dramas at home, but horror never fails to disappoint no matter where I am. Most recent faves were The Last Exorcism (which I recently caught at a screening) and Paranormal Activity.

Me too...I love a good horror movie. It's my favorite genre and unfortunately, my partner's least favorite. So, I usually watch horror alone when he's out of town...we have a sort of don't ask, don't tell arrangement as far as horror goes. My most disturbing horror movie? THE AUDITION. My favorite? THE ORPHANAGE. Oddly enough, neither of them are American films (maybe I should say my favorite genre is foreign horror?).

That's a toughie, as I like a lot of film genres: horror, comedy, film noir, stupid action films ...

But Miyazawa and Pixar have been pushing me towards animation.