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Swerve Blu-ray Giveaway Contest!

Swerve_TNIn Swerve, Zero Dark Thirty Star Jason Clarke delivers a frightening performance in the gripping thriller where a good samaritan comes to regret his split second decision to save a woman involved in a car crash hits the Blu-ray and DVD formats on March 18th courtesy of the Cohen Media Group.  The flick also stars Emma Booth and David Lyons and is set against the Australian outback where a man stumbles across a car accident, and finds a suitcase stacked with cash.  Sounds like a good time, right?  Of course it does!  And best of all, we have been given not 1, but 5 Blu-rays to give away to 5 lucky readers here on whysoblu.com.  Read on below for a quick synopsis of the title and find out how you can win your very own copy.  And if you just don’t want to take the chance, I can understand that, hit up the pre-order link below from Amazon to bring Swerve home ASAP.  Good luck!


New York, NY (February 17, 2014) – Pulsing with menace, called “seductive and thrilling” and compared to Hitchcock and early Coen brothers by The Hollywood ReporterSWERVE is a modern take on classic film noir. It comes to high-definition Blu-ray and DVD from Cohen Media Group on March 18, 2014.

While driving cross-country to a job interview, Colin (David Lyons TV’s Revolution, Eat Pray Love) witnesses a two-car crash that leaves one driver decapitated. The good-hearted Colin pulls a beautiful and mysterious young woman, Jina (Emma Booth, Parker, The Boys Are Back), from the wreckage, along with a suitcase full of money. But soon, he becomes entangled with a crooked local cop (Jason Clarke, Zero Dark Thirty, The Great Gatsby) – who happens to be the very jealous husband of Jina – as well a murderous thug (Travis McMahon, Cactus) who is after the cash. The suspense and action build in this gripping thriller set in the breathtaking but unforgiving Australian outback.

Time Out New York’s Keith Uhlich raved, “Clarke and McMahon are splendid antagonists, with the former’s volcanic rage balancing nicely against the latter’s quiet menace, while Booth makes for an alluring femme fatale.” Screen Daily’s Frank Hatherley called SWERVE “a smart, stylish, straight-up thriller.” The Hollywood Reporter’s Megan Lehmann said, “[Director] Craig Lahiff’s feisty genre outing is a neat surprise,” while Chuck Brown of Slant magazine called it “a confident and exciting genre film.”

Cohen Media Group’s Blu-ray and DVD both contain bonus material, including interviews with the cast and crew.

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For your chance to win Swerve

Log into your favorite email client and send us an email to webmaster at whysoblu dot com (piece that together) with…your name, full U.S. mailing address (NO PO BOXES) and the name of the contest (Swerve) and hit Submit or Enter or Send and BAM… you’re automatically entered.  As a caveat…please also tell all your friends to follow us on Facebook and Twitter too.  Could it be any simpler?  Five lucky readers will be randomly picked by our java computer program on Tuesday, March 18th and will be notified via email.  Again…continental US entries only.  Only one entry per person.  Good luck!

*** Any entires that don’t follow the rules set forth within this paragraph will be instantly dismissed ***

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