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Featuring an impressive cast that includes Malcolm McDowell and Lance Henriksen, Kids vs Monsters debuts Monday, September 28th in Los Angeles, and we've been provided with a pair of tickets to the premiere party and screening to give away.
One lucky winner and a guest will win tickets to the Kids vs Monsters premiere party in Los Angeles. The event will begin at 6:00pm Pdt with a special dinner, followed by a screening of the film with several cast members in attendance, including Lance Henriksen, Francesca Eastwood, and Anna Akana. The event will take place at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA).
Prize Details: (1) Winner will receive (2) tickets to the 6:00pm Kids vs Monsters premiere party and screening at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles next Monday, September 28th.
How to Enter: For a chance to win, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Kids vs Monsters »
- Derek Anderson
In Old 37, horror icons Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley show us that calling for help is a fatal mistake. Release dates and details for Kids vs Monsters and I Spit on Your Grave 3 are also featured in this morning's round-up.
Old 37: "Two brothers (Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley) intercept 911 calls in a beat up, old ambulance to terrorize a small Northeastern town. Available For Preorder Now on Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and Bestbuy.com. VOD on September 29th and DVD on October 6th."
Kids vs Monsters: Press Release: "Los Angeles (August 25, 2015) – Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, “The Mentalist”) and Lance Henriksen (Aliens, “Millennium”) lead a stellar cast including Armand Assante (American Gangster, “NCIS”), Adrian Paul (“Highlander”), Christopher Atkins (Blue Lagoon) and Richard Moll (“Night Court,” “House”) in the fantasy horror-comedy, Kids vs Monsters, available on Digital HD and On Demand September 29 from MarVista Digital Entertainment. »
- Tamika Jones
Ray William Johnson is back and ready to entertain on YouTube. After handing over hosting responsibilities of his popular =3 show to newcomer Robby Motz nearly eight months ago, Johnson uploaded a scripted short titled How to Get a Date to his YouTube channel.
How to Get a Date is a well-paced short stuffed with some of the most cringe-worthy one-liners you’ve probably heard used on you or someone you know. Viewers are introduced to a group of three women interested in a new male co-worker, and a group of three men (one of them being Johnson) eyeing a new female colleague. Members of each group believe they can get a date with the respective male or female co-worker before the other members do, and comical awkwardness ensues.
Johnson is certainly no new face to the realm of scripted entertainment. The ex-Maker Studios creator released a five-part web series »
- Bree Brouwer
Snapchat just unveiled its Discover platform on January 27, 2015. It’s an outpost on the ephemeral messaging application that was once the butt of jokes about lewd digital pictures and is now worth billions of dollars and the butt of less jokes about lewd digital pictures where select publications and entertainment companies can showcase branded content in a way that’s intuitive and makes sense for the platform’s users who view more than 500 million Snapchat Stories (videos that show a collection of photo messages and disappear after a day) per day.
But Discover isn’t the only method by which a brand can gain traction on Snapchat. And Discover’s launch partners - including CNN, Comedy Central, Espn, Food Network, Vice, Yahoo, People, National Geographic, Daily Mail, and Warner Music Group - aren’t the only major brands creating content they hope will appeal to the site’s massive teen and millennial demographic. »
- Joshua Cohen
4 items from 2015
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