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How to score free and advanced movie tickets.

Welcome to one eight nine media, where we just don’t give a shit... This is a video I have been wanting to make for a long time now. Just because so few movie fans take advantage of what I am about to tell you. This video will discuss how you can stick it to the man and watch free movies. In theaters and not on your phones or laptops or apple tv or whatever. I am talking about advanced screenings to your favorite movies. Get to see them 3 days or even a week before the general viewing audience. And I am not just talking out of my ass here. The following is a chronological list of films I have personally seen, in advance and for free. Godzilla 2014. Sin City 2. John Wick. Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Straight Outta Compton. And I almost saw an advanced screening for Mad Max Fury Road but I was literally 5 minutes late and the ticket guy was being a punk... Anyway. All you have to do is sign up at advance movie screenings dot com. No need to sign up with any other websites because advance movie screenings covers most of the give aways. They’ll email you a link and you just need to be one of the first 500 people to click on it and they will give you a movie pass. Simple, right? But hold on a second. Let us say you were not one of the lucky ones who got a free pass but you really, really want to watch whatever movie during an advanced screening. Then all you have to do is literally go to the theater, showing the advanced screening and ask people waiting in line if they have an extra pass. An more often then not, they will give you a free pass. During Godzilla 2014, a had a free pass but there was a lady near the front of the line, who had at least 30 extra passes on her and she was giving them away. All the other films I have seen during an advanced screening, it was more or less the same story. John Wick had so few people that they didn’t even care if you had a pass or not. Straight Outta compton is the only time I went to an advanced screening, without a pass, and scored a pass from someone in line who had extra passes. Also, they say you should go an hour before the movie starts but that is BS. If it is not a major film, you can walk in 20 or even 10 minutes before it starts. And another bonus about going to advanced screenings is all the free shit they give you. They give you mostly movie posters but whatever. The only real drawback about advanced screenings would be how they usually take place during the week, like on a tuesday or wednesday night... Anyway, this has been one eight nine media and we will be dropping new videos every Tuesday. And remember, As long as the arrogance of mankind exists, Godzilla will survive.
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