Look, let’s cut to the chase: we want to give you a bull penis. Where you store it in your house (and how) is solely up to you, but this might be one of the most excellent (and odd) giveaways in FreakSugar’s short history.

Directors Jonah Bekhor and Zach Math’s documentary The Final Member is out on DVD and Blu-ray this week from Drafthouse Films, and the distributor has offered up a very interesting… package to commemorate the release.

We’ve partnered up with Drafthouse Films to offer a copy of The Final Member Total Package Blu-ray Limited Edition, which includes:

– A Blu-ray of film, with above extras

– A limited edition genuine bull penis, preserved in a glass jar with wax seal and signed Certificate of Authenticity

– A Penis donation form for the Icelandic Phallological Museum

To win, follow FreakSugar on Twitter, and retweet the link to this giveaway using the hashtag #FreakyPkg by Friday, June 20th. Winners will be contacted by DM. Contest is open to readers in the U.S.

The official synopsis:

Paris has the Louvre, London has the Tate Modern, and New York the Metropolitan Museum. But Husavik, Iceland – a remote village on the fringe of the Arctic Circle – boasts the world’s only museum devoted exclusively to painstakingly preserved male genitalia. Founded and curated by Sigurður “Siggi” Hjartarson, the Icelandic Phallological Museum houses mammalian members collected over 40 years, from a petite field mouse to the colossal sperm whale, and every “thing” in between.

Lamentably, Siggi’s collection lacks the holy grail of phallic phantasmagoria: a human specimen. But Siggi’s world changes dramatically when he receives generous offers from an elderly Icelandic Casanova looking to bequeath his organ upon his death and an eccentric American who’s willing to be a living donor. However, as the competition for eternal penile preservation heats up between the two men, Siggi discovers that this process is more complicated than it initially appeared.

Jonah Bekhor and Zach Math’s debut feature has been praised by critics and acknowledged by audiences for its sincere and sublimely comic portrait of obsession. “The Final Member ultimately reflects on how we choose to live our life, and even more, how we want it to be remembered,” Kevin Jagerman says in his review for The Playlist. The doc follows Siggi on his dogged, often emotional quest to complete his exhibition in a peculiar yet startlingly relatable story of self-fulfillment and the value of personal legacies (both big and small).