Alien Trespass Contest – Winners!

Published 5 years ago by , Updated April 15th, 2014 at 11:22 am,

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Sorry for the delay in announcing the winners, but here they are!:

  • Steve Rogers – Austin,  TX (GRAND PRIZE – SIGNED VERSION)
  • Chris Frye – Heath, OH
  • Eric Tomlinson – Morgantown, WV

Thanks everyone for entering!

Hey folks, we have kind of a quirky giveaway for you this week. Alien Trespass opens on April 3rd and while I haven’t seen the film yet it looks like it could actually be a lot of fun. It’s a riff on the cheesy classic sci-fi films of the 1950s with a couple of twists which I’ll describe later (they’re not plot spoiler twists, don’t worry).

We’re giving away three Lobby Cards sets from the film, with one of the sets signed by film leads Eric McCormack, Jenni Baird, Dan Lauria and R.W. Goodwin.

Here’s the official synopsis of the film:

Set in 1957, ALIEN TRESPASS chronicles a fiery object from space that crashes into a mountaintop in the California desert, bringing the threat of disaster to Earth. Out of the flying saucer escapes a murderous creature – the Ghota, which is bent on destroying all life forms on the planet. A benevolent alien from the spaceship, Urp, inhabits the body of Ted Lewis (Eric McCormack) – a local astronomer – and with the help of Tammy, (Jenni Baird) a waitress from the local diner, sets out to save mankind.

We covered the Alien Trespass panel at WonderCon and some interesting things came out of that. The film was created as an honest homage to those (now) campy films from the 1950s – in order to not make the film seem like a farce, the idea is that this film actually WAS filmed back then, but was lost in a studio vault for many years, only resurfacing now. Great pains were taken to make the film as authentic to the period as possible in every facet of the production, from costume design to materials used to create the sets all the down to the type of film stock used to shoot the movie.

The other “twist” is that the hero of the film is a woman, very unusual for sci-fi films at the time.

Based on the press materials, Alien Trespass is family-friendly, so it might make for a great, nostalgic outing for parents and kids. I’ll be on the lookout for this in my area as my 12 year old daughter is well versed in the 1950s sci-fi classics. icon smile Alien Trespass Contest   Winners!

Oh yeah, what about the contest? We’re giving away three (3) sets of classic 1950s style Lobby Cards from the film. Two winners each will get a set of two and one lucky winner will get the signed version. They’re 11×14 inches and if you’re a fan of classic sci-fi memorabilia I’d say they’re worthy of framing.

Here they are:

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Head over to Apple.com to see the trailer.

The contest ends some time on the day Alien Trespass opens, April 3rd, and is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada. This time we’ll make entering easy:

Just leave a comment below telling us why you’d like to win.

Once we select three winners we will email you for you mailing address and that’s all there is to it!

Good Luck!

For more information visit the official website: www.AlienTrespass.com.

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  1. Thanks for the contest!

    Well, being an avid sci-fi junkie it would make a great addition to my collection of posters and memorabilia.

    PLUS … Hey I’m first! :)

  2. I’m still waiting for some courageous company to step forward and distribute Larry Blamire’s “Trail of the Screaming Forehead”! “Lost Skeleton of Cadavra” made me and my family howl with laughter. We all can’t wait for “Trail…” “Dark and Stormy Night” and “The Lost Skeleton Returns Again”. Come on Hollywood, show some love.

  3. ….because it would be neat to look upon the Lobby cards and reflect no only upon the movie Alien Trespass but also all those campy movies I grew up watching.

  4. I love cheesy sci-fi movies! I was crushed when they took MST3K off the air (Servo was my fav). Now THAT show rocked and talk about cheesy movies! Remember Day of the Triffids? hahahaha These cards would be great framed, hanging in the rec room. Thanks for this contest.

  5. There can’t be anything better than a campy scifi movie. The Thing is probably my favorite scifi movie of all time. Alien Trespass reads like a real keeper. Right when I thought they would never make another one, here it is. If I won them, I would put the lobby cards in a very special place. The velvet Elvis is going to have to come off the wall.

  6. An homage to the classic sci-fi movies of the 50′s? Check! Outstanding cast that embodies the look and “feel” of same? Check! Cute female lead? Check. Robert Patrick- surf bum turned sci-fi genre actor? Check!

    This movie’s got it all. I don’t “got it” though, so I need it!

  7. Because I’ve always admired the work of Dan Lauria, and I’d love to have such a cool collectible (or ANY collectible! LOL)…….WOW! I just saw Robert Patrick’s involved too?! Even better!

  8. Because I’ve been a life-long fan of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and these were the exact films that it too paid homage to. Plus, I’ve always enjoyed Eric McCormack’s work. Not to mention that the photo layout of the lobby card is awsome!

  9. I would love to win this because it would be a great start to decorating my new theater room!! Thanks!

  10. I usually don’t say this but, “man this looks like my kinda retro sci fi film!”

    Big fan of Eric McCormack, damn now another film comes to mind for the cult post, “Free Enterprise”. Forgot that one…

    Vic please leave me out of the contest, but I’m really looking forward to this, hope its good!

  11. Would love to win these for my Dad who collects items like this but doesn’t go near the internet…besides it can never hurt to just try and it is easier than winning the lottery.

    Cheers

  12. thanks for the contest, looks like a great prize to win for a sci fi junkie like myself

  13. My father and I have always been big fans of the old B movie horror flicks. Bella Lugosi, Long Cheney, Boris Karloff, and Ed Wood have always been some of our favorites along with John Zachery’s old show Horrible Horrors. We also have been collecting movie memorabilia for a few years now. I recently bought his the Robin Hood Stein from 12 O’clock High. I would like to win these posters to add to our collection. Thanks for the Opportunity.

  14. It also vaguely reminds me of The Crawling Eye.

  15. Thanks for holding this contest! I’m really looking forward to seeing Alien Trespass, it reminds of some of the classics my brother and I watched growing up, like War of the Worlds, Invaders from Mars, and The Crawling Eye. I’m glad the contest is for a set of 2 lobby cards – if I win, I can send one to my brother and keep the other.

  16. love to win cause im a big scifi fan

  17. I’d love to win this for the hubby who loves those cheesy Sci-Fi movies.

  18. would love to win for hubs

  19. love movie stuff, papering my attic with old movie posters

  20. be cool to have soemthing from this film

  21. My husband is areal big autograph collector He would really like this

  22. classic horror sci fi and monster movies have been such a great part of my life growingup this would be a amazing collectible to frame and keep

  23. Just saw the film with R.W. Goodwin in attendance in Austin. Would love to have the set to remember this special event by. Mr. Goodwin was very authentic and was pleased by the audience reaction.

  24. We are all sci fi junkies in this house. All my husbands favorite sci fi shows ended in the last year. He is so grumpy. I know this will cheer him up!

  25. would love to win this because I collect all kinds of movie items…thanks for the great giveaway

  26. I love these types of movies. Goo stuff. make me a winner.

  27. Vic, you can leave me out of the contest but I’d love to see the film. I’m not into hanging posters and stuff on my wall and my better half would probably yell at me for putting up aliens. Now if you are giving away tickets, that’s another matter. :-)

  28. I’d like to win because these Lobby Cards would look great framed and hanging on my office wall!

  29. Look funny but it’s hard to be funnier than a man with a ape suit with space helmet on, real 50′s scifi move.