Attack the Block is almost upon us. The awesome sci-fi, action homage directed by Joe Cornish and produced by Edgar Wright will begin attacking U.S. theaters on July 29. Just before that, however, is the San Diego Comic-Con, and you better believe that the Blockheads will be out in full force.

Screen Gems is hosting one final fan screening of this amazingly entertaining movie and it’s the best one yet. It will take place at 10 p.m. Thursday, July 21 at Comic-Con and feature a post-film Q&A with director Joe Cornish, producer Edgar Wright and star John Boyega. /Film readers can get exclusive tickets to the screening using the info below.

Plus, if you are one of the first five people to comment – and can be at the event – you won’t have to wait in line. You and a guest will be put on the list. What are you waiting for? Hit that jump now.

First things first. If you are SURE you are going to be at Comic-Con in San Diego next week and want to see Attack the Block you have three options:

  1. Be one of the first five people to leave your name and email in the comments and you and a guest will be put on the list. No waiting, reserved seats, VIP treatment.
  2. If you aren’t one of the first five people to comment, just click THIS LINK and download a ticket. It’s first come, first served so you’ll have to wait in line but, trust. It’s worth it.
  3. If you’re at Comic Con and get shut out at the GoFobo link, there will be a limited number of passes at the Sony Booth on the floor.

Again – CLICK HERE FOR YOUR GOFOBO TICKETS TO ATTACK THE BLOCK AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON AT 10 PM JULY 21.

Or drop your name and email in the comments and the first five who are confirmed to be in San Diego will get their names put on the list. Watch your emails.

Sound good? Believe it. It is.

Finally if you aren’t going to be in San Diego, Attack the Block will be released in theaters on July 29th in the following markets: Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, and Toronto; it then will expand on August 19th to additional cities.

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