Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Riddle me this, movie fans ... get two free tickets to "The Last Lullaby"

“The Last Lullaby” is based on this short story by this author. Name the title and scribe and win two tickets to the 7 p.m. Friday (May 1) screening at the Regal Cinemas La. Boardwalk 14, Bossier City.

Fine print: Must pick up the tickets at The Times, 222 Lake St., Shreveport, on Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. "TLL" cast/crew not eligible. La. residents only.

Give-away is running on Blogger and Facebook. Hurry!

13 comments:

Pan's Pantry said...

Max Allen Collins

Alexandyr Kent said...

Got to give the title of the short story, too.

Pan's Pantry said...

The Last Quarry

Alexandyr Kent said...

Nope.

Pan's Pantry said...

A Matter of Principle

Anonymous said...

Ummm, i think it was Collins' The Last Quarry :-)

Scott

Anonymous said...

Check out Collins webpage where he says....

The success of THE LAST QUARRY (which has been made into the film THE LAST LULLABY, on the festival circuit now) has led to the new prequel, THE FIRST QUARRY (ISBN 0-8439-5965-7), which Hard Case will publish in paperback in the fall. This is also getting wonderful advance reviews. This one is definitely not cozy, and could be the nastiest noir novel I've ever written....

Alexandyr Kent said...

Correctly, it is Max Allan Collins' "A Matter of Principal," circa 1987.

"The Last Quarry" is a novelization drawn from the adapted screenplay, circa 2006.

This according to Jeffrey Goodman, so Noma wins.

Pan's Pantry said...

Great!

Alexandyr Kent said...

Forgot to mention there will be a processing fee of $100,000,000.

Noma, just send me an email and we'll arrange the pickup. I prefer well-worn $10,000 bills in a magenta briefcase.

Evan said...

MAX ALLAN COLLINS
"A MATTER OF PRINCIPAL"!!!

Oh...

Alexandyr Kent said...

Evan, you're always a winner in the hearts and minds of LaMovBloggers. ... But you lost.

Evan said...

I'll have my revenge.