Our winner for last week’s contest is Black Shadow with the caption “Lady, I think you’re wearing your son’s pants.” Our runner up is purplek with “Well, this is the pet cemetary… I’m going to go back and jazzercise until it’s time for my puddin’.” I can sort of picture Fred Gwynne saying that. Unfortunately, like in Top Gun, we can’t give prizes for second place right now.
Black Shadow, please DM me your mailing address. You are the winner of the DVD of the Eduardo Sanchez directed Amy Smart starring Seventh Moon! Everyone else – I really liked a lot of the submissions, keep at it! Now, on to this week’s contest!
1. We pick a still from a movie. It’s included after the jump. You head to the comments section and submit your best one-liners, zingers, pathos riddled couplets etc…
2. You can enter as many times as you like and submit as many captions as you want, but each caption must be in a separate comment. Otherwise it will be too hard to tell where one caption ends and the other begins. Your entries can be posted anytime during the first five days after the still is announced (you don’t want to submit your winning zinger after we’ve picked the winner). Also any racist, homophobic or generally hateful jokes will be disqualified. You don’t have to be insanely PC – just use your best judgement.
3. We pick the winner and announce them and their winning caption when the next photo in the contest is posted. We will address you by your BD Infected name. You can then DM me your address and I will send you your prize in a timely manner (i.e. you should have it in about a week). Sound good? This week’s prize is twofold. The Camel Spiders Blu-ray and the DVD of the Charlie Sheen classic The Wraith, which has an interview with Clint Howard among other things.
Hit the jump to check out the still!
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