Thursday, June 24, 2010

MY BIRTHDAY ,YOUR PRESENTS!! HORROR /STARBUCKS CARD PKG


Morning Everyone! This is my Post Birthday and Final My Birthday, Your Presents Post! I had a great day yesterday and since I work today my evening post dinner was a fun time hanging with friends ,eating pizza and cupcakes, and watching horror movies!


My wonderful friend sent me a five pack of movies for myself and a second pack to give away!!!
Here they are:


















Now some of these movies are good , some not so much but even a bad horror movie isn't THAT BAD!
You can always design fun Drinking Games around them or make fun of the acting :)




I'm also including this:






A cute $10.00 Starbucks card for Your post movie marathon recovery!

RULES:

MUST BE 18 TO ENTER

U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY

CONTEST ENDS 6/27/10

LEAVE A COMMENT WITH CONTACT INFO
TWITTER OR BLOG FOLLOWERS TYPE : Hungover for 5 extra entries


Thanks for visiting my Blog and sharing in my B-day celebrations! still some more zombie week surprises coming!








7 comments:

Mary Ann DeBorde said...

Mary D
zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Haaaaaaaaaaaaappy Birthhhhhhhhhday!!!! Honestly, you are so sweet to be thinking of others during your birthday - I hope you had a WONDERFUL day yesterday and (hehehe) did you really get *hungover* ?! ;)

I/ve gotta enter for this one, my family are horror-movie addicts :O (me, I love anything having to do with zombies lol)

Mary Ann DeBorde said...

Mary D
zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

+Hungover :D

Heidi V said...

Totally agree! I love good and bad horror flicks...

Tweeted - http://twitter.com/HeidiVargas/status/16969548761

Included Hungover in the tweet.

throuthehaze said...

Happy Bday!

+5 Hungover

throuthehaze at gmail dot com

vvb32 reads said...

happy belated birthday!
coffeeeeee is the next to best thing to brainnnnns!

Melissa said...

Can't enter this contest cause I'm Canadian, but I just wanted to ask whether you'd seen Fido. It's a really great, but different, zombie movie. :)

Melissa said...

You're welcome - I was happy to stop by for zombie week, and I'm definitely going to check out the Isolde trilogy as I definitely haven't read it. Most of the Gothic lit I've read was written between 1764 and the late 1800s with a bit of 20th century Gothic novels here and there.

If you like this kind of lit, then you might want to check out Zofloya by Charlotte Dacre. It is one of the few Gothic novels from the classic period in which the main character isn't a victim, but is rather the one orchestrating some of the events.