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Stop By The FEARnet Twisted Truck Today!

Free ice cream! Twister matches! Yogis!

Stop By The FEARnet Twisted Truck Today!

FEARnet’s custom-designed gourmet frozen treat truck will offer free ice cream and a comfortable place for genre fans to cool off while they enjoy it.  Also, for their visual entertainment, fans will be welcome to challenge each other and our yogis to competitive “Twisted Twister” matches to win tees and bragging rights.

WHEN:            Friday, September 23rd - Sunday, September 25th, 2011
                        2:00pm-10:00pm               

WHERE:          Alamo Drafthouse: Lamar 6
1120 South Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78704

MORE:            FEARnet’s Tuesday night “Twisted Comedy” block is a horror-comedy lineup that consists of a distinctive pair of scripted television series: “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil,” a supernatural high-school comedy featuring Jason Mewes (“Mallrats,” “Clerks,” “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back”), and “Psychoville,” the award-winning, British black-comedy thriller centered on a group of characters haunted by a mysterious blackmailer.

                        FEARnet recently announced the addition of the new series “Holliston” to its “Twisted Comedy” block set to debut in the Spring of 2012.  In keeping with the “twisted” theme, “Holliston” will feature “Twisted Sister” rocker Dee Snider in a key role.

FEARnet is the premier cable television channel for fans of horror, thriller and suspense entertainment.  Featuring original series and movies, its unrivaled modern horror library unites Sony Pictures Television (SPT: US), Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), the two top studios producing and distributing the genre, and Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) (NASDAQ: CMCSK), the nation’s leading provider of cable, entertainment and communications products and services.  FEARnet is also available online at FEARnet.com and On Demand.  

Follow FEARnet on Twitter and like it on Facebook for all the latest news and updates on horror, thriller and suspense entertainment.  Read more about FEARnet and Fantastic Fest here

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