[BD Selects] The Coolest Giveaway Ever: See ‘The Woman’ in Theaters, Get a Script Page SIGNED!

The Woman, directed by Lucky McKee, based on the book and film script by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee, will begin its theatrical run on October 14 (released by Bloody Disgusting Selects).

To commemorate The Woman‘s release and to thank you for supporting independent filmmaking, Mr. Ketchum is offering a special one-of-a-kind souvenir, so you can tell your friends you survived The Woman! How would you like a page from the rough draft of the script, signed by both Lucky McKee and Jack Ketchum!? This is Jack Ketchum’s original rough draft script, with handwritten notes and all!

What do you have to do?

Well, that’s pretty simple, actually… DETAILS INSIDE!


Ok, so here’s what you’re going to do — everyone who follows the instructions will receive a signed page no matter what!

1. Buy a ticket to see The Woman on opening weekend. The ticket must be dated between October 14th-16th, 2011 to qualify. (Visit BloodyDisgustingSelects.com to find an updated listing of nearby theaters.)

2. Mail your ticket stub, along with a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (S.A.S.E.) to:

Joshua Jabcuga
Attn: Lucky Jack
69 Sherwood Ave.
Hamburg, NY 14075

3. That’s it! Everyone who sends a ticket and a S.A.S.E. (don’t forget the S.A.S.E.) will receive a page from the script, autographed by both Lucky McKee and Jack Ketchum!

*Jack Ketchum’s rough draft script for The Woman is exactly 101 pages. In other words, if you’re one of the first 101 people to respond, you’ll receive one of the ORIGINAL pages signed by Lucky and Jack.

You can get more info on the special giveaway at Jack Ketchum’s official website.

The Woman is the last surviving member of a feral clan that has roamed the Northeast Coast for decades. When the last of her family is killed in a battle with the police, The Woman finds herself alone, severely wounded and vulnerable. Unfortunately, she is now a far too easy prey for local hunter, successful country lawyer and seriously disturbed family man Christopher Cleek. With his twisted set of ideals, Cleek decides to embark upon a deranged project – to capture her and “break” The Woman – a decision that will soon threaten the lives of Cleek, his family and The Woman.

The Woman

 
Source: Jack Ketchum