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Enter for a chance to win a digital copy of The Menu

I really dig films where food or cooking is at the forefront. The entire thing can serve up any genre with greats like PIG, Burnt, and Chef to name a few. The latest, The Menu looks to bring a sinister twist to it and stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, John Leguizamo, Judith Light, Hong Chau, Rob Yang, Arturo Castro, Janet McTeer, Paul Adelstein, Reed Birney, Aimee Carrero and Ralph Fiennes from director Mark Mylod.

 

The Menu follows a couple, Margot and Tyler, who travel to a coastal island in the Pacific Northwest to eat at an exclusive restaurant, Hawthorn, where the reclusive, globally celebrated Chef Julian Slowik has prepared a lavish tasting menu for select special guests. Joining the couple are three young, already inebriated tech bros, Bryce, Soren and Dave, an older wealthy couple and repeat clients, Anne and Richard, renowned restaurant critic Lillian Bloom and her slavish magazine editor Ted, and a famous middle-aged movie star with his assistant Felicity. Hosted by the immaculately dressed front of house staff led by general Elsa, the evening unfolds with increasing tension at each of the guest tables as secrets are revealed and unexpected courses are served. With wild and violent events occurring, Slowik’s motivation begins to rattle the diners as it becomes increasingly apparent that his elaborate menu is designed to catalyze to a shocking finale.

 

Now you can enter for a chance to win a digital copy of The Menu and all you have to do is subscribe to our site, Facebook page here, Twitter page here, Instagram page here and our YouTube Channel here and tell us your favorite food themed flick and why?

It’s that simple! All entries will be entered in the contest and the winner will be chosen at random so please include your complete mailing address with your entry. You can find the email address to submit your entry on the front page of the site. 

​If you don’t win have no fear, you can still grab your copy of The Menu when it hits digital on January 3rd and then on Blur-ray and DVD on January 17th from 20th Century Studios.

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