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FREE Movie Tickets: “Tucker & Dale vs. Evil”

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Hey guys, I’m still sick as hell, but not as sick as this ticket giveaway! If you love FREE tickets and hilarious films about hicks and annoying kids, you could get to view Tucker & Dale vs. Evil tomorrow!

This movie follows two bumbling, well-meaning vacationing dudes as some obnoxious coeds mistake them for the kind of killer rednecks you might find in the Texas Chainsaw movies. Naturally, hilarity ensues. It debuted at Sundance and won the Midnight Audience Award at SXSW as well as many other indie festival awards.

Send an email to with the name of your all-time favorite hillbilly murderer before midnight tonight, and you could be among the lucky broke asses to win FREE tickets!

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil at the Landmark Lumiere Theater
1572 California St. at Polk [Nob Hill]
Tuesday, Sept. 27,  7pm
Email for FREE tickets

Photo credit: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil

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