CLOSED: Win A Prize Pack From "Chernobyl Diaries"!


By AMC Theatres June 12, 2012


Oren Peli first terrified audiences with Paranormal Activity. Now he's brought us Chernobyl Diaries, another thrilling horror that's sure to strike fear in even the most brave. To help set the scene, we're giving away this prize pack:

  • 1 E-Reader Messenger Bag
  • 2 1 Watt Tactical Flash Lights
  • 2 Girl’s Tanks
  • 2 Men’s Tees
  • 2 Screen Cleaner Wipes
  • 1 Admit-Two “Hollywood Movie Money” Pass

To enter for a chance to win, fill out the form below by 11:59 PM (CST) on June 3, 2012. A winner will be randomly selected on June 4. Good luck!

Synopsis: Chernobyl Diaries follows a group of six young vacationers who, looking to go off the beaten path, hire an “extreme” tour guide. Ignoring warnings, he takes them into the city of Pripyat, the former home to the workers of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, but a deserted town since the disaster more than 25 years ago. After a brief exploration of the abandoned city, however, the group soon finds themselves stranded, only to discover that they are not alone…

Chernobyl Diaries opens in AMC Theatres on May 25, 2012.

After you get tickets make sure you check out the official site for more information about the movie! And don't forget to "like" the movie on Facebook and follow @wbpictures on Twitter!

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Recent Comments
  • I just want to say that this was an amazingly awesome movie! I had a blast and I would of course love to win at least the soundtrack or the just the button. Honestly I enjoyed every little thing in this movie! I hope more find this movie as great as I have!

  • Now that was a fun way to spend a Friday night!!!

  • Just curious.....i was on the deadpool list already in 1984, and they finally nabbed me in 1991 (fortunately I was rescued at the last minute by Gurkhas, who did away with the bad guys). So now I am curious.....am I on your deadpool list? Signed, Dr J And by the way, I just read a comment someone wrote about something I had written 2 years ago. Usually I don't go back and check on things that I write to see what others comment about what I may have written, but this program, this "Disquis" or whatever it is called, kind of just pulled it up and suddenly it was there. So I couldn't miss it. I always sign what I write with my real, actual honest-to-goodness name, not a fake moniker so that no one knows who it was who said this or that. I say what I mean, and I mean what I say. That having been said, I think we could all lighten up a little bit, and recognize a joking manner, when it is in written form. It is not as easy to distinguish jocularity in writing style, much easier to misinterpret, so maybe I should just write up front (insert her, this is a joke, folks!) whenever i am doing it. But I did honestly think that when I made a statement about "cool police" coming to take away someone's "cool points" forever, that pretty much everyone could recognize that as a joke, after all, no "cool police" exist to my knowledge (and if I am wrong, someone please let me know so that I can get my coolness back together, it has gotten a little loose around the edges lately). But for that statement, it was written that I had made a "mediocre aggressive review". Now that in itself is funny. But there was nothing mediocre about challenging why a review of who the coolest people on earth are included not one single person of color. That was not a mediocre statement, that was truth. And if truth is seen as "mediocre" to some people, then there perhaps is the bottom line issue in America, that we as American people cannot distinguish fantasy from reality any longer. That the idiot box has now completely disrupted our ability to think and to analyze and to distinguish what is real, versus what is the garbage fed to us on a daily basis from our governments, and from the Hollywood Machine. Frank Zappa was right when he wrote (and sang, in his funky way) "I am the Slime from your Video". He also should have been featured in their Cool hall of Fame, but was obviously left out, because he criticized (and often) the kind of garbage that Hollywood puts out called "entertainment", even worse now that we have cable (in some ways that is a joke, and in some ways it isn't). If you have read this, I thank you for your attention. If you haven't, it's probably just as well. I really just wanted to clarify a few things, and now I think that I have. Thanks. Dr J