Today is the last chance to enter...

Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary isn't as serious as Super Size Me but he is still out to make America look stupid and Bush incapable, specifically if you couldn't guess by the title - in finding out why they haven't been able to catch one of the world's most wanted men.. Osama Bin Laden. You can read Michael Edwards thoughts on the movie HERE and of course we have an exclusive interview to come very soon which I'm sure you will all enjoy because Spurlock is a guy not afraid to mince his words. But for now, it's competition time and here is what you can win... FIRST PRIZE: Three lucky winners will get signed posters from WHERE IN THE WORLD IS OSAMA BIN LADEN... SECOND PRICE: Three lucky winners will receive signed copies of WHERE IN THE WORLD IS OSAMA BIN LADEN THE BOOK...


THIRD PRIZE: Three lucky winners will get their hands on a copy of the Sicko DVD - from Spurlock's documentary peer Michael Moore which again makes the American government look like idiots - this time in regards to their health care system. All you need to do to win is e-mail us at: editor @ (remove the spaces) With the answer to the following question. Remember to leave us your address OR YOU WILL NOT WIN.
QUESTION: Which popular chain of American fast food stores was the subject of Morgan Spurlock's last documentary Super Size Me? A) KFC B) McDonald's C) Burger King
Please note that you have to be 18 to enter, if you are under that age then please ask your parent/guardian to enter the competition for you. Only one entry per household (and e-mail address) and this competition is open to EVERYONE WORLDWIDE. Competition closes on Friday 16th May. The decision of the winners will be picked completely at random. The editor€™s decision will be final and all winners will be notified by E-Mail.Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden is on limited U.K. release from tomorrow!

Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.