Win! With Kevin Smith And His Burn In Hell Special

If you would like to win a SmodCo. phone cover and a copy of Silent Bob Speaks – the Collected Writings Of Kevin Smith, then read on, watch some clips and answer a very simple question. Oh – and live in the US. That bit is important.

Writer/Director/Raconteur/Podcaster/Sinner (to some) and proud Jersey boy Kevin Smith returns to EPIX, bringing his unusual multi-talents in a one-man show, Kevin Smith Burn in Hell. The original comedy event premieres February 11 on the EPIX premium network. Additionally, EPIX is reaching out to Kevin Smith fans everywhere with an on demand preview beginning February 3, offering subscribers and non-subscribers an early screening of the entire special.

The preview can be viewed via participating affiliated television providers’ EPIX On Demand service and EPIX apps on Xbox 360 and Roku. It will also be available for streaming at and the “TV Everywhere” portals of affiliated providers.

In the hour and a half special, recorded live at the Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas, Smith conducts a riotous and outrageous Q&A session about the aftermath of his latest film, Red State. Topics include his mishaps and misadventures such as drawing the ire of the entire movie blogger community at the Sundance Film Festival and being followed around the country by the highly devout, and highly angered, Phelps Family.

Sounds interesting, but let’s check him out in action. We’ll start with his promises on what he’d do if he were making a Batman movie:

Kevin Smith Clip 2 – Uncensored from EPIX on Vimeo.

Kevin Smith Clip 3 – Uncensored from EPIX on Vimeo.

Kevin Smith Clip 9 – Uncensored from EPIX on Vimeo.

Okay, so to be in with a chance of winning, just e-mail me an answer to this question, tied in to the clips:

If you were to see Kevin Smith sitting quietly on a plane during take-off, what is he likely to be doing?

Be sure you include your US postal address, so we know where to mail the prizes should you win.

Good luck.


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