Time for a little competition methinks. As we are spending a week in the nefarious, yet utterly alluring, company of Lucy Butler it is my pleasure to give you all the chance to win a copy of The Entrance that Sarah-Jane Redmond starred in, along with a healthy contingent of X-Files and Millennium cast members I might add, and it's a movie I confess to having watched over and over again. Sarah-Jane is simply brilliant in it but kudos must also be given to her co-stars for such an enjoyable outing.

THE ENTRANCE begins when a young drug dealer (Michael Eklund) seeks out Detective Porhowski (Sarah-Jane Redmond) to tell her about a deadly game that he has been forced to compete in. Further investigations uncover a portal into a deadly netherworld, which is inhabited by an unholy entity who is out for blood. Be on the look out for other Ten Thirteen Alumni in the shape of Ron Sauvé, C. Ernst Harth, Jerry Wasserman, Frank Cassini and more besides.

Please Note: This competition is now closed. The winner has been notified by email and a copy of the DVD has been mailed to them. Congratulations to the winner and my thanks to everyone who took the time to enter.

To listen to love is blue as you peruse our Blog this week use the 'Love Is Blue' cassette links that will feature on every 'Lucy Week' blog post. Just click the link and a new window will open which will play the tune. Oh, and keep looking over your shoulder in the process eh?


Jósef Karl said... August 31, 2009 at 7:13 PM

The devil keeps on giving... :)

Expect my entry in your e-mail.

And the next video is in the bag.

Just have to render it to a file.

And I managed to use one of my favorite tracks that I discovered very recently thanks to a Kevin Smith film. Well...I went with a cover of that said song. Lets just say Mr. Ed was probably not happy about this Millennium episode.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Robert Sharpe said... September 1, 2009 at 6:06 AM

Mr. Ed? LOL I think I've guess the next one. Bring it on Josef (how do you make the line above in the o in your name, I feel guilty for not being able to write it properly.)

Consider me entering this. Never seen this film. May the luck of the Gods be with me.

RSWehman said... September 1, 2009 at 7:08 AM

My email has been sent and I wait with all the rest to see if I have won.

Good luck to All.

Now, Josef, when you say Mr. Ed,
do you mean the talking horse? When will you be releasing your next great work for us to see?

Robert Sharpe has a good do you put the dash over your O?

Cheers to Iceland
(from the USA)

This Is Who We Are!!

Rhonda Wehman

Jósef Karl said... September 1, 2009 at 7:20 AM

We have special keyboards, we have this comma thing where we can write our Icelandic letters.

á, é, ó, ú

But you can copy paste it, if you feel that guilty :)

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Spooktalklaura said... September 1, 2009 at 9:48 AM

Sent in my email, Please, Please Pretty Please pick me with a cherry on top? :) Would it help my chances if I got down on my knees and begged? I am not beneath that you know! haha Lol

Honestly, good luck to everyone! :)


RSWehman said... September 1, 2009 at 10:16 AM


copy, paste it is...

Words with special symbols are very nice. Seriuosly...makes the font look better. No, I'm not crazy, altho sometimes I think it would help.

This Is Who We Are!!

FoxyWonder said... September 1, 2009 at 12:39 PM

Don't pick Spooktalklaura pick me, little me, I put two cherries on mine ♥♥only joking Laura♥♥ Over an hour of ★☆Sarah-Jane magic★☆ on the screen. Bring it on!

David said... September 2, 2009 at 12:23 PM

Absolutely gorgeous work. I will post all five. Keep up the good work, you really are inspiring with this campaign.

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