Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing a Blu-ray combo pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital) of BLACKKLANSMAN on Tuesday, November 6th. Fresh Fiction has a Blu-ray copy to give away! Information on how to get yours is below, along with information on the release.
The rules are simple: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and full mailing address (Note: U.S. addresses only and no PO boxes). Title your email subject: BLACKKLANSMAN Giveaway. BLACKKLANSMAN has one of the best soundtracks of the year, in the body of the email tell us your favorite movie soundtrack and why. Make sure to be creative and descriptive as possible. NOTE: If you just send me your address you will NOT be considered. The giveaway is active now until next Friday, November 2nd at noon, central time.
BLACKKLANSMAN synopsis from James Cole Clay’s Review
“This true story of Colorado Springs detective Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in 1978 using an over-the-phone “white voice” to gain access to their “secret” criminal underbelly. Stallworth is a sharp guy with ambition and an attitude to truly enact change within his world, yet he’s focused on doing his job to the best of his abilities. He partners with Jewish officer Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver) to be the face that enters the den of the KKK, while Stallworth chats on the phone with Grand Wizard David Duke (Topher Grace).
While sneaking around the dumbling dunderheads of the KKK, Stallworth is assuming yet another identity as he is infiltrating a radical movement while attempting to woo Patrice Dumas (Laura Harrier), a woman who leads the local black student union. He’s a layered individual who goes against both systems, the radicals looking for a social change as well as the conservatism of his police force.”
BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO BLU-RAY!
- A Spike Lee Joint – Producer Jordan Peele, cast and film subject Ron Stallworth discuss the unique experience of working with iconic director Spike Lee.
- BlacKkKlansman Extended Trailer Featuring Prince’s “Mary Don’t You Weep”