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6th April 2012 13:33:00
Posted by Dave Foster

Win National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie DVD & T-Shirt! - Now closed

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Competition has now ended. Congratulations to twitters users hartley123 and diva1977.

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Charlie LaRue is a cheap rate producer with a dream and that dream is a film, a film that will bring together all the most low-down, filthy, nasty, offensive jokes in one disgusting place. Welcome to National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie, a flick that doesn’t let up in its efforts to offend your sensibilities and make you lose your lunch laughing, from the people who brought you Christmas Vacation, Animal House and Class Reunion.

On DVD from 16th April 2012 courtesy of Transition Digital Media, Dirty Movie is an hilarious filth rollercoaster that doesn’t let up with the smut for second. Didn’t like that off colour joke? Well don’t worry, because another one is coming to upset your elderly relatives in a second. The twisted humour never quits in this sledgehammer sketch comedy that assaults you with jokes until you can’t take no more.

National Lampoon's Dirty Movie is now available to pre-order from Amazon here

To enter simply post a comment below. That's it! Post whatever you want - you could tell us your favourite National Lampoon movie for example. You need to be registered in order to post comments, and make sure you use a valid email address on your account as that's what we'll be using to contact the winner.

Competition is now closed.

Terms and Conditions:

* Only one entry per person. Multiple entries will be disqualified.
* The prize is a copy of 'National Lampoon's Dirty Movie' on DVD plus a T-Shirt. No cash alternative is available.
* The competition is only open to UK residents.
* The closing date for this competition is 16-04-2012, entries will be accepted up until 6pm. Any entries after this time may not be included in the draw.
* The judges decision is final.
About Dave Foster
Dave has been loitering the virtual halls of TDF for a decade now and the majority of that time has been spent as Editor of the Home Cinema section (formerly DVDTimes). He doesn't contribute reviews anywhere near as much as he once did (or indeed would like to) but when he does it will invariably be something in the anime or Asian film area.


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