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‘The Craft’ headlines this month’s giveaway on Comet TV

This month on Comet TV it’s witches and more with January’s giveaway! The cult classic from 1996 THE CRAFT is the centerpiece for this month. Thought the highschool deviants aren’t alone as the month also brings other favorites like BUBBA HO-TEP the LABYRINTH and more will all be available for your viewing pleasure. The giveaway pack includes items such as shirts, a rewind box set and a tarot card set. Check out all the upcoming schedules for the rest of the month and your chance to win is also ahead.

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New Giveaway Available

COMET TV Jan GIVEAWAY: The Craft Exclusive Swag Pack! Edgar Allan Poe Double Features! And More

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We are the weirdos, mister.

Nancy, The Craft

 

January is here and with the start of any new year it’s the perfect time to come up with resolutions and things to accomplish in 2018. Or you can just cast a spell… That’s what the teen witches of The Craft did and look what happened to them! Oh… Wait a minute…

 

This month COMET TV has not just The Craft but amazing films like Labyrinth, Bubba Ho-Tep (Um… the awesomeness of Bruce Campbell?I say yes!) and more!

 

There are also Edgar Allan Poe double features all month with tantalizing and terrifying tales from one of the grand masters of horror. As The Raven says, “Nevermore!”

 

And we want to give you the opportunity to have an awesome January of your own! The COMET TV January Prize Pack is perfect for casting a spell on the new year or just kicking back and watching COMET TV!

FILMS ON COMET IN JANUARY

The Craft (1996)
Teen movies might want you to believe that high school was all about keggers and beautiful cheerleaders, but we prefer The Craft’s version of events. Featuring a quartet of angsty teens who turn to witchcraft in the face of personal high school horrors, The Craft casts a spell that leaves you wishing you had an occult stor on your local main street.

Friday, January 12 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 13 at 8P/7C
Sunday, January 21 at 6P/5C
Monday, January 22 at 8P/7C

Labyrinth (1986)
January will mark the second anniversary of the day we lost pop culture legend David Bowie, so this month’s COMET is honoring his memory in the best way we coul think of …. by screening one of the most iconic roles of his career. Back in 1986, Bowie stole the show as the Goblin King in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, from the music to the costumes, this was Bowie at his best.

Friday, January 19 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 20 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 5:30P/6:30C
Tuesday, January 30 at 6P/7C

Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
Could there be a better way to shake off the post-holiday blues than with the adventures of Elvis in all his hip shaking and breaking glory? Of course not, which is exactly why you should be tuning in to watch Bubba Ho-Tep on COMET this January.

Friday, January 26 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 8P/7C
Sunday, January 28 at 2P/1C

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Edgar Allan Poe DOUBLE FEATURES
Need to warm up on the cold Winter Wednesdays? Look no further than COMET’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming. Each Wednesday evening at 6P/5C, catch the Tomahawk Man’s most beloved creations, including The Raven and Tales of Terror.

Airing Wednesday Nights at 6P/5C throughout January, check schedule at CometTV.com

The Raven (1963)
Wednesday, January 17 at 6P/5C

The Haunted Place (1963)
Wednesday, January 17 at 8P/7C

Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Wednesday, January 24 at 6P/5C

The Tomb of Ligeia (1965)
Wednesday, January 24 at 8P/7C

The Oblong Box (1969)
Wednesday, January 31 at 6P/5C

Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Wednesday, January 31 at 8P/7C

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January Theme Weeks

Airing weekdays at 4P/3C throughout January, check schedule at CometTV.com

Killer Creature Movies (1/1 – 1/5)
Outer Space Movies (1/8 – 1/12)
Rubber-Suit Monster Movies (1/15 – 1/19)
Dystopian Movies (1/22 – 1/26)

 

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