Enter now to win the complete series on DVD.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE), [adult swim], and Film Frenzy are teaming up to provide one (1) reader with a DVD copy of AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE: THE BAFFLER MEAL COMPLETE COLLECTION. The set includes all 138 episodes from the 11-season run, the theatrical film Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters, and over 30 hours of bonus content. Details on how to enter the giveaway follow the plot synopsis below.
Three unique detectives, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, share a rental house in New Jersey. This mystery-solving trio is comprised of human-sized food products: Master Shake, the big-mouthed, self-appointed team leader with a short attention span and no work ethic; Frylock, the only reasonable member of the group, who happens to be a box of French-fried potatoes — spuds with power; and Meatwad, a talented round mound of meat who can take the shape of a hot dog or an igloo. Together, this triple threat tackles unusual cases from the luxury of a neighbor’s swimming pool — unless they’re confronted by danger. Then, of course, the three run like hell.
DETAILS: The contest ends at 12 noon EST on Tuesday, September 27. To enter, take these two steps: 1) Head to the right side of the page (or bottom of the page if on mobile) and enter your e-mail under Follow Film Frenzy Via Email. 2) Then write “ATHF DVD” in the comments section below to confirm your entry. (Since all comments go through moderation first, your post will actually not be visible to anyone except me.) If you’re already following Film Frenzy, you still need to write “ATHF DVD” in the comments section so as to note your interest.
The winner will be selected at random and notified via e-mail. Once the physical address is verified, the prize will be mailed. Neither Film Frenzy nor Warner Bros. will be responsible for the prize once it’s in the possession of the mailing service, nor will we be able to send a replacement copy. Only one entry per person, please.
Please note that this contest is open only to people 18 and older who are living in the contiguous United States (sorry, no Hawaii or Alaska).