Bride of Trailer Trash: The Contest

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Do you live in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area? Are you looking for something incredibly fun to do next week that you can never do again in the history of ever?

Next Thursday, September 12th, at 7:30 and 10:00 pm, the Theaters at Mall of America will be screening Bride of Trailer Trash.

What is Bride of Trailer Trash you say?

Well, it’s only the greatest collection of vintage 35mm movie trailers dedicated to Hollywood sequels that you will ever lay your eyes on!

After the success of the original, the gang behind Trailer Trash: The Greatest Night Ever decided to do it all over again, and this time it will be twice as nice. Expect non-stop laughter and plenty of audience participation at both showings.

Chris Grap and Tim Kelly of Cinematallica will be hosting, and they will be kicking off festivities at 5:00 pm with some retro video games on one of the big screens at the theater. Not only that, but the first 100 ticket holders to check in to Theater Guest Services will receive a limited edition Bride of Trailer Trash print signed by the artist, Tim Alan Holly.

Did Not Finish has their hands on two pairs of tickets if you want to go for free. All you have to do is email me at with the subject line Bride of Trailer Trash and tell me what Hollywood sequel you would most like to marry.

Your submissions will be scored by an esteemed panel of judges and the two winners will be notified by replay email and they will each have a pair of tickets waiting at Guest Services for the showing of their choice.

Everyone else can go ahead and purchase tickets right here at $7 a head.

Hope to see you there!

Oh, and don’t forget to tune into Did Not Finish next week for a Gaming Hollywood post where I compare a classic movie with it’s video game counterpart. It’s a surprise, but let’s just say Bride of Trailer Trash provided the inspiration.


About Tony Lorenzen

Tony Lorenzen, a.k.a. the Midnite Rambler, may just be a bad enough dude to rescue the president... but he's still no Snake Plissken.