Update 7.21am: The ten passes have been nabbed. But go and see the movie anyway, it looks like a cracker. Tors.

Time Out Magazine called Four Lions “The most explosively funny bomb-com ever made.” The first feature film from British comedian Chris Morris (Brass Eye, The Day Today) tells the story of a group of British would-be suicide bombers as they pursue their increasingly ridiculous dreams of jihad.

The Punch has ten double passes to give away to preview screenings this coming weekend (13th, 14th and 15th of August) in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Hobart.

I’ll pop them in the mail to the first ten readers to email me at tors(at)thepunch.com.au this morning with a friendly message of hello.

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    • Zeta says:

      08:02am | 09/08/10

      So bummed I missed this! I love Chris Morris. Blue Jam and Jaaaaam are the greatest works of surrealist comedy ever made, and Brass Eye’s ‘Pedophile’ Christmas special is sublime art.


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