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Phantom Sway presents Christmas #PhantomFlix: The Mistle-Tones

Join host @AmeliaHammy on Twitter as we roast “The Mistletones” starring Tori Spelling and Tia Mowry.

Amelia Hamilton loves movies, especially cheesy movies and she really, really loves cheesy Christmas movies. This coming Friday night, movie theaters are going to be filled to the brim with Jedis, the malls will be flooded with last minute shoppers, and traffic will undoubtedly suck. Why would you leave the comfort of your couch and venture out into this nightmarish landscape when you could be watching a cheesy Christmas movie with Amelia?

It’s simple, meet us on Twitter on Friday, December 18th at 7pm Eastern. Have the movie The Mistle-Tones queued on Netflix or Youtube, follow our account @PhantomSway and wait for us to tell you when to hit play. We’ll take a short break every 30 minutes to allow people to catch up. Don’t worry. We’ll timestamp everything so you know where to begin.

Simply use/follow the hashtag #PhantomFlix and tweet your thoughts as we journey through this timeless Christmas masterpiece that will have you singing along with Tori Spelling, or to be more precise, whoever provided the vocals that Tori is lipsynching to, and that one girl from the show about the twins.

Best Tweet wins an exclusive Phantom Sway decal.

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Kira Allen

When Kira isn't scaling the peaks of some of the toughest mountains in the world or exploring the Amazon rainforests she spends her time as a foster mom for her local animal shelter. Kira has volunteered for "Doctors without Borders" even though she isn't even a doctor or a nurse. Her mantra is "More speed, more height, more life..."
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