Co-Tee TV Episode 29: Zombie Liquorice, Gore + Giveaway!

Welcome to Episode #29 Co-Tee TVers! I’ve got a jam packed week of T-Shirt goodness ready for you. And all you need to do is sit back and watch! In order to make up for missed episodes I will be doing one episode a day, each and every day this entire week. This means five fresh episodes for your viewing pleasure all week long.

We kick things off in a big way by reviewing Night Knight from Zombie Liquorice and designed by Chad Lenjer aka discordantart. Plus, Zombie Liquorice is sponsoring a give-a-way and this means someone will be walking away with the Dan Mumford designed Bone Ranger Shirt from Zombie Liquorice. How exciting!

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Night Knight by Chad Lenjer aka discordantart and available at Zombie Liquorice. Pros: Zombie Liquorice sure has an eye for detail, from the custom packaging to the large and intricate designs, everything is well executed. They use American Apparel tees that fit like a charm and feel great. Night Knight is screen printed in three different areas (front, back and inner neck) and is tagless for itch free comfort. Overall, I am very impressed with what Zombie Liquorice has to offer. Cons: Zombie Liquorice will probably not appeal to everyone. Having said that, if you love horror movies, gore, metal, and/or skulls then I highly encourage you to checkout Zombie Liquorice – you’ll probably enjoy the rest of what they have to offer! Price: $20.00 but you can save 11% by using the coupon code “COTYGONZ” at checkout!

Night Knight

Win Bone Ranger from Zombie Liquirice!

Zombie Liquorice and Co-Tee TV is giving away one (1) Dan Mumford Designed Bone Ranger shirt ($20 value) to one lucky (and size Large wearing) Co-Tee TV viewer. Yes, I only have one size to giveaway, a Men’s Large, so enter if you wear a large, know someone who wears a large or perhaps want to have cool artwork to hang on your wall.

All you need to do is either:

1. Leave a comment in THIS blog post telling me your favorite HORROR FLICK of all time.

and/or,

2. Leave a comment on the Co-Tee TV Facebook Fan Page telling me your favorite HORROR FLICK of all time.

Easy, huh!

By the way, if you do both of the options above then you double your chances at winning!

The contest ends on Friday, September 18, 2009 at 11:59 pm Hawaii Time. I will randomly select one (1) winner to receive the Bone Ranger (men’s large) Shirt. Good luck!

The Bone Ranger

If you want to send me a product to review, please feel free to do so. You can find my information in the contact menu above. Thanks!


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Comments

  1. sweetXtay says

    The scariest movie of all time would have to be SHAZAM! That movie scared the crap out of me.

    But in all seriousness I would have to say The Exorcist by far.

  2. says

    Great movies guys (minus Spice Girls, LOL)! My favorite in this genre would most definitely have to The Exorcist. That movie had me keeping the light on for days! And to this day, if I ever think of the movie just before bed I have a hard time falling asleep.

  3. PavelFisher says

    Hasta el viento tiene miedo (Even the wind has fear) mexican movie, one of the best ones I’ve ever seen.

  4. says

    Cannibal Holocaust!! If some of you here haven’t seen it yet, heres a part of the review:) “This is not a film you enjoy watching. If you do– if you derive pleasure from the experience, as most of us understand pleasure– it probably wouldn’t be a bad idea to seek out a mental health professional of some sort. No, really”.:D
    http://www.1000misspenthours.com/reviews/reviewsa-d/cannibalholocaust.htm
    Wanna watch it? here’s the link:) http://www.flixdump.com/movie-62913-Cannibal_Holocaust.htm
    Enjoy it this Halloween:)

  5. says

    Man, it’s gotta be ‘The Thing’.
    That movie scared the hell outta me as a child, and it still freaks me out even now!
    I love those older films where the crew actually made the mechanics and hydraulics that powered the monsters. None of this CGI rubbish!

  6. says

    Hah, great movies dudes. I remember as a kid being scared of The Burbs and Tremors…. However I would have to say the freakiest movie to date that i’ve seen is Haunting in Connecticut.

    Enjoy the shirt, whoever wins!

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