So -- how lucky are you, valued readers?? SFist has two tickets to give away to one lucky winner, for a screening of , a spooky silent movie showing at the Castro for the SF Int'l Film Festival -- with none other than Mr. J. Richman performing the new film score he's written for it. Exciting!!! Aaaaaah!!

The movie's based on a Swedish folk talk about the last sinner who dies in the year who has to drive Death's Phantom Carriage to gather the souls of the dead. It's got cool-sounding special effects, a poignant-sounding plot, and -- c'mon! A whole evening watching Jonathan Richman on the stage of the Castro! Give us your name and email address now and we'll put your name in the metaphorical hat to win the passes. (one winner, two passes.)

Movie screens this Friday April 27 at the Castro at 7 p.m. You should check it out even if you don't win tickets!

The Phantom Carriage