Last Saturday night at midnight, Johnny Cupcakes brought late-80s gamer geek classic The Wizard to the Coolidge. People who crave their fix of both Nintendo nostalgia and exclusively designed Powerglove posters flocked to the theatre early that night. I arrived at 11:15 to find the line stretched down the alley.
I was up pretty late last night. How could I have been so irresponsible on a Wednesday? Well, I have an awful lot of work to do before Friday morning, and the list taped to my apartment wall still has a few items that aren’t crossed off: “finish armor,” “paint gloves,” “make arm bracelets,” and a couple other bits and pieces that I’ll have to wrap up tonight.
Some dude from marketing just handed us five pairs of tickets to see CLOVERFIELD on Thursday night (technically Friday morning) at Midnight, at the Regal Fenway 13. Details below on how to get yours.
We know Lost supergeeks, New York haters, and disaster-film afficionados (and doesn't that cover everyone?) have been gurgling over this thing for a minute.
We've got three pairs of tickets to give away to the My Brightest Diamond Show at the Museum of Fine Arts on November 18 at 7:30 pm. Tickets go to the first three people who leave comments here on this post. You gotta be willing to swing by Phoenix HQ (near Fenway park), by Friday, November 16 at 4 pm to claim them.
We’ve got 4 pairs of tickets to give away to see the Sea & Cake on Sunday night at the Museum of Fine Arts. They’ll go to the first four people who post a comment on this post saying they’re interested. Hitch: you gotta be willing to swing by Phoenix headquarters (near Fenway) by 6 pm this evening to pick ‘em up.