Trapped in the Closet

Contest: Win Trapped in the Closet Prize Pack


Trapped in the Closet, R. Kelly's 22 part YouTube hit the New York Times branded a multi-part R&B soap opera cum sex farce, stages its first screening in Toronto this Wednesday February 13th at The Royal.

While many might suggest sitting in a dark theatre watching an alleged child pornographer (the trial is slated for May, 2008) sing about guns and sex is not the ideal pre-Valentine's day date, we've nevertheless found ourselves with two prize packs to give away that each include a double pass to the screening, a copy of the Big Package Edition DVD and R. Kelly's latest release Double Up.

Keep reading for details how to win.

To win one of the prize packs, just be one of the first two people to place a comment below. Your comment must include the name of an R. Kelly song. Please also include a valid email address in the comment form so we can contact you to arrange getting you your prize. Good luck!

About the film:

First released online in 2005, Trapped in the Closet is a series of videos that tell the story about a one-night stand that sets off a chain of events which gradually reveals a web of lies and deceit.

Watch chapter 1 to 5 of Trapped in the Closet:

Weird Al Yankovic's spoof - Trapped in the Drive Through:

All chapters of Trapped in the Closet can be viewed on the IFC's web site.

Photo from Jive/IFC


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