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Posted on January 28th, 2009 by admin | Leave a Comment
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Crest Whitestrips Free Sample

Coffee or cigarettes staining your teeth? Than this sample is right up your alley.  Keep reading for details…

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Posted on January 28th, 2009 by admin | Leave a Comment
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The Breeder - movie posterInterested in watching some European horror? The independent horror film, The Breeder, is having a free screening on Wednesday, the 28th of January, at 7pm in Hollywood.  Click here to find out where and how to get added to the guest list.

The Breeder stars Theresa Joy, George Kipshidze, Julie Le Gal, and Peter James Haworth with direction by Till Hastreiter (Status Yo!).

The film’s official synopsis: “Amy and Sophie, two young American foreign aid workers, are hiking through the mysterious Caucasian mountains. Lost, they stumble upon a place that doesn’t exist on any map, and is completely cut off from the rest of the world. No telephones, no roads, just the dark, looming, ominous mountains. In this archaic world one man strikes fear into the hearts of all: The Breeder …kidnaps young women stained by sin, fallen angels such as Sophie. Provoked by her naked swim in a lake, he violently abducts Sophie and takes her to his breeding station, a secret former Soviet laboratory. Sophie needs to be cleansed of her sins, her guilt, and made innocent again. The Breeder has to completely possess her body before he can purify her. He wants Sophie to be happy to be with him. He wants the best for her. But first he has to break Sophie’s will in the most barbaric of ways. Time to… Breed the perfect girl. Amy would give her life to get her friend back. And maybe this is exactly what she will have to do. Will Amy be able to overcome her incredible fear and find Sophie before The Breeder can complete his experiment? Who will win this death race? A horrifying thriller unfolds as Sophie and Amy have to face the madness of The Breeder.”

To learn more about the film, you can head over to its official website.

Posted on January 23rd, 2009 by admin | Leave a Comment
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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

Today (January 20th, 2009), Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is celebrating Inauguration Day by giving all customers a free doughnut! Continue reading to find out how to get yours.

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Posted on January 20th, 2009 by admin | Leave a Comment (2)
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Looking to try a new laundry detergent? Or do you just want a free load? I remember back in college I used to get so many samples of different detergents that I never had to buy a full bottle. Well, read on to get your sample of Gain (w/ baking soda).

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Posted on December 27th, 2008 by admin | Leave a Comment
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I don’t know about you, but I go through tons of Glad and Ziplock bags daily. So getting a few extra ones for free is right up my alley, especially now that they are new and improved! Continue reading (after the picture) to get yours…

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Posted on November 17th, 2008 by admin | Leave a Comment
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Fangoria is hosting the West Coast premiere of Resident Evil: Degeneration, and you are welcome to attend for free!

The animated film will be screening at American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles (6712 Hollywood Boulevard) on Tuesday, November 18 at 7:30pm. Follow the directions here to attend.

The film takes place after the best selling video game Resident Evil 2 and fits into the game series’ timeline (rather than the sub par live action film series with Milla Jovovich).

Directed by Makoto Kamiya, the new film takes place seven years after the “Umbrella Incident” in Raccon City (as seen in Resident Evil 2).  For the movie’s full official description and to watch a trailer, continue reading…

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