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95BFM and Active89 FM present the V Movie Marathon


95BFM and Active 89 FM present the V Movie Marathon

How To Get A Free DVD

The Ultimate Cinematic Experience is happening very soon. Do you have your ticket yet?. Ladies and gents this is the event to end all events - the V Movie Marathon. Nine out of ten doctors do not recommend watching this many movies in a row. But what would they know? They're nerds who spent too many hours in dark classrooms learning stuff. Here's a chance to fight back against the academia! Join us in our quest to lose mucho gray matter by watching 24 hours of funny, scary, weird and deranged movies.

This event comes with a 100% guarantee to deliver the following to ticket holders:

* 24 Hours of movies
* Blazing hot US premieres, so new the prints are still wet
* A world exclusive sneak preview
* A secret film, here's a scambled clue to decipher TEMA AMERIAC(#)
* A side-splitting comedy that rocked Sundance Film Festival patrons
* A terrifying horror that shocked Toronto Film Festival audiences
* Some of the most mondo gonzo drive-in movies ever! Including backwood hillbillies, kung fu, sleazy chicks, funky 70s grooves and probably a bigfoot.
* Free V to keep you charging
* Spot prizes like tee shirts, goodies an Xbox and even more

Hey buddy, what about that free dvd you mentioned in that headline to get our attention?

Okay, those wishing to get more bang for their buck are hereby notified that if they purchase a ticket to the ultimate cinematic experience known as the V Movie Marathon, they will receive a brand-spanking new dvd totally free. That's right, No downpayments, no tele-marketing, no sign here crapola. 100% Free. And folks, this is no ordinary dvd, this is a deluxe special edition 48HOURS dvd - it has been jammed to the gills with spicy original short films made by this years 48HOURS participants.

All you have to do is buy a ticket and turn up to this years ultimate film event.

FAQ YOU!

What is this movie marathon thing I keep hearing about?
Listen up s-l-o-w-l-y... its a twenty four hour movie marathon held in Auckland (Oct 30-31) and Wellington. (Nov 6-7)

What do I get for my money?
Only the greatest night of your life since becoming legal. C'mon this is the ultimate movie night. Probably never to be repeated, you'll fry your brain taking in a dozen films, including one where puppets have sex.

Are there movies screening that are NZ premieres?
Umm can you read? Check above, we got NZ premieres up the wazoo!

Do I have to stay for the whole 24 hours?
The theatre is not a prison. You can come and go as you please but we might call you a big baby. Plus you won't have a chance to win one of the 20 limited edition tee shirts for those who make it through

Can I bring my own seating?
You can to the Auckland screening. It's totally optional, there are seats upstairs for those who need them. Otherwise bring your own couch, chair or beanbag along.

How do I get a ticket?
We highly recommended buying them in advance. Tickets for Auckland are available from all NZ Post Shops and http://www.redtickets.co.nz and for Wellington from the Paramount. Otherwise you can rock up on the night but you may miss out.


Find more information at the official website http://www.moviemarathon.co.nz


(#) yes it's TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE the scorching new film from the guys responsible for South Park. Be the first in NZ to see this and more!

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