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Win ‘Strange But True’ Blu-ray and Novel!

A family is caught in a web of lies, fears, and suspense after the ex-girlfriend of their deceased son appears five years after his death—and tells them she is carrying his child.

Produced by Academy Award nominee Fred Berger (2016, Best Motion Picture, La La Land) and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Upgrade, Sinister, Insidious), the film stars Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Amy Ryan, Nick Robinson, Margaret Qualley, Mena Massoud, Golden Globe nominee and Primetime Emmy winner Blythe Danner, Golden Globe nominee and Primetime Emmy winner Brian Cox, and daytime Emmy winner, Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Primetime Emmy nominee Greg Kinnear in a riveting tale of a family facing an unlikely truth that unravels a web of lies and deception.

And we’re giving away two sets of the Blu-ray and novel on which the film was based, or one of three copies of the book.

To enter, send an email with the subject header “STRANGE BUT TRUE” to geekcontest @ gmail dot com and answer the following question:

Co-star Brian Cox was the first actor to portray this iconic killer created by Thomas Harris?

Please include your name, and address (U.S. only. You must be 18 years old).

Only one entry per person and a winner will be chosen at random.

Contest ends at 11:59 PM EST on November 11, 2019.

 

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