Win an iPod in Blastr's pumpkin-carving contest—here's how!

Halloween is just a few weeks away, and if you're as geeky as we are, you know what that means—it's time to start carving up those pumpkins with sci-fi designs. And this year, we're hoping to see yours!

Pick up that knife and start slashing (only into those pumpkins, of course) so we can see pumpkins inspired by your favorite movies, TV shows, books, games—anything scifi.

Not only will you get to have some fun—not only will we share the best come Halloween—but you've also got a shot at winning a Syfy-branded iPod nano if your pumpkin is judged the most original and creative. And on top of that—the winning pumpkin will be chosen by none other than David Hewlett aka Dr. Rodney McKay from Stargate: Atlantis (who can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/dhewlett).

The contest begins NOW and runs through Oct. 26 at 11:59 p.m. So start carving, and send us your pics at editor@blastr.com.

For official contest rules, click below:

Official Rules- Blastr's Halloween Pumpkin Carving Contest.pdf

Good luck!

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