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Win a Signed “MOEBIUS” Poster!

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MOEBIUS was by far one of the most bizarre films I saw last year.  This controversial flick blends captivating storytelling with ample amounts of cringe-worthy imagery. In celebration of this notorious gem hitting VOD, RAM Releasing is giving a lucky FANGORIA reader a MOEBIUS poster signed by the film’s fearless star, Lee Eun-woo!

When she catches her husband having an affair, a woman attempts to castrate the cheater for his wrongdoing. Unsuccessful, she instead inflicts the unspeakable act on her own son, setting off a series of grotesque yet provocative events ranging from a hurried genital transplant to pain-inflicted orgasms that all merge in a continuous thread of delirious storytelling. With both husband and son damaged and living in grief, the wife returns as the family heads towards destruction even more horrific than before.

Kim Ki-Duk, whose signature style pushes the limits of challenging filmmaking and often blows right through them, won the Golden Lion with Pieta at the Venice Film Festival last year. The prolific director is set to shock audiences again with MOEBIUS, his latest perverse statement on family tensions, sexual boundaries and society’s issues with each.

Want to win? Send an email to rebekah@fangoria.com with “MOEBIUS” in the subject, and include the following information:

• Name

• Mailing Address

• Email Address

• Phone Number

• Age

The contest will stay open for five days, and a winner will be selected at random. Contest is only open to residents of the United States. Thanks, and good luck!

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Rebekah McKendry
Rebekah McKendry is the Director of Marketing for Fangoria Entertainment, and additionally she is a college professor teaching classes focused on film history and horror films. She is also an award-winning filmmaker. She has Bachelor's Degrees in Film and English, a MA in Media Education, a MFA in Film, and she is currently completing her PhD in Media Theory focused on horror and exploitation cinema. She is especially passionate about grindhouse films, video nasties, and rare or lost titles.
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