Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Godzilla sweepstakes

Classic Media's release of "Gojira" is nearing and I, for one, can't wait. I hope to have a review of the DVD up by early September, thanks to a review copy I should be getting. The company is hyping the launch with a sweepstakes, details follow:


One Grand Prize Winner Will Receive an 8-Day, 7-Night Trip for 2 to Tokyo, Japan

New York, NY – August 16, 2006 – Godzilla wants to show you his hometown! To celebrate the US release of GOJIRA, the original 1954, uncut Japanese Godzilla movie, Classic Media kicks off the Return to the King of the Monsters™ Hometown Sweepstakes.

Starting today, Godzilla fans can log onto to enter to win one of more than 250 monstrous prizes.

One grand prize-winner will receive an 8-day/7-night vacation to Tokyo, Japan for two, including travel and first-class accommodations. Classic Media will also give away one SONY PSP ™ per day for the duration of the sweepstakes, running from August 16 – September 16, 2006. Additional prizes include 50 “Gojira/Godzilla: King of the Monsters” DVD sets and 200 limited-edition Gojira DVD movie posters.

For “Return to the King of the Monsters ™ Hometown” sweepstakes details, rules and regulations – please log onto This promotion is produced by T.E.A.M. Group, Florham Park, N.J.

About Gojira:

Gojira is the original, unedited Japanese version of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. On September 5th, Classic Media will release Gojira on DVD, for the first time ever in the U.S., as part of a 2-disc set that will also include the Americanized Godzilla starring Raymond Burr. Gojira will include 40 minutes of footage that was edited out to allow for the addition of Burr as an American reporter and will be available for $21.98 SRP.

About Classic Media:

Classic Media owns and manages some of the world’s most recognizable family properties across all media including feature film, television, home video and consumer products. The company’s extensive library features a diverse collection of popular animated and live-action characters such as: Casper the Friendly Ghost, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Lone Ranger, Lassie, Underdog and Rocky & Bullwinkle.

1 comment:

TOR Hershman said...

Moi digs the Monster/Horror flicks muchly, too.

I just finished watchin' a 13 VHS package called 100 Years Of Horror.

I got it from the Public Library.

It was rather decent.