Contest: Win a “Square Grouper” DVD and Poster

A colorful portrait of Miami’s pot smuggling scene of the 1970s

Cal Kempby Cal Kemp

Square Grouper, documentarian Billy Corben's (Cocaine Cowboys, ESPN's 30 for 30 film, The U) film out of SxSW, is now available on DVD and VOD. To celebrate the release, CraveOnline has your chance to win both a poster and a copy of the DVD. Keep reading for details on how to enter!


In 1979, the U.S. Customs Service reported that 87% of all marijuana seizures in the U.S. were made in the South Florida area. Due to the region's 5,000 miles of coast and coastal waterways and close proximity to the Caribbean and Latin America, South Florida was a pot smuggler's paradise. In sharp contrast to the brazenly violent cocaine cowboys of the 1980s, Miami's marijuana smugglers were cooler, calmer, and typically nonviolent. Square Grouper paints a vivid portrait of Miami's pot smuggling culture in the '70s and '80s and its major players: the smuggling Black Tuna Gang, the pot dealing Ethiopian Zion Coptic Church and the tiny fishing village Everglades City.

For your chance at winning a copy of each, send an e-mail to  with your name, full mailing address and SQUARE GROUPER CONTEST in the header. One DVD and poster will be given away to a winner chosen at random.

Check out the trailer for the film below and visit the official site by clicking here.