A surreal, darkly comic vision that blends horror and fantasy, Dreamland is the latest film from iconic Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It was inspired by filmmakers like Luis Buñuel and David Lynch—and surprisingly a bit by Chet Baker—and reunites him with frequent collaborator Stephen McHattie and their Pontypool scribe Tony Burgess.
Dreamland sees McHattie take on the dual roles of reluctant hit man Johnny Dead Eyes and jazz legend The Maestro, with Henry Rollins as the underworld kingpin who sets them against each other. So far, so mostly normal. But throw in a neo-noir cityscape populated with street urchins, vampires, and a crime queen called The Countess (Juliette Lewis), and things get strange pretty quickly.
According to That Shelf’s own Pat Mullen, Dreamland is an all-you-can-eat buffet from weirdsville. This week, That Shelf is acting as caterer to the bizarre and giving away two digital copies of the film to celebrate its release! Watch the trailer below now and find out how you can win:
Follow the instructions below for a chance to win one (1) of two (2) digital copy of Dreamland.
That’s it! Easy enough, right?
Deadline is June 5, 2020 at 11:59pm for all entries. Contest available in CANADA ONLY.
Winner will be chosen at random and notified via Instagram or Twitter. Multiple entries will be disqualified.
Dreamland is available on digital and on demand now.
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