It’s Christmas in September…almost October!!!
I received a package from Comcast…
Pretty sweet, huh?! If you’d like to see some video action – check out my Instagram/mikethemovieguy Stories or SnapChap/mikethamovieguy – – and you better hurry…you only got 24 hours.
If you don’t have IG or SC…well…here are some sweet pix!
…and the crazy thing is…seeing all the Halloween candy in stores lately…got me craving candy. Well…THANK YOU Comcast. You have fixed my cravings. (lol)
But wait! There’s more…
How sweet are these? Bluetooth headphones. These will come in handy when Maddox is watching cartoons on my phone – Love it!
Speaking of Comcast…did you hear about Xfinity Free Pass Latino?!
COMCAST LAUNCHES ON DEMAND MOVIE EVENT: XFINITY FREEPASS LATINO
Xfinity TV Customers Get Two-Week, All-Access Pass to More Than 7,000 Hours of Programming in Spanish and English from STARZ, Pantelion Films and More
Comcast today announced the launch of Xfinity FreePass Latino, a two week, all-access pass to a bicultural content collection of more than 7,000 hours of content, including films, TV series, and music videos in Spanish and English from networks like STARZ, Cine Sony Television, ViendoMovies, Music Choice, and Lionsgate’s joint venture Pantelion Films.
Xfinity FreePass Latino takes place now through October 9 and will be available at no additional cost to all Xfinity TV customers. The content can be accessed on Xfinity On Demand, Xfinity.com/Latino and on the Xfinity TV app and portal.
The bicultural collection features:
Hundreds of recent and classic films from Cinema Dinamita, Cine Latino, Cine Mexicano, and DePelicula.
High profile titles like the highest-grossing Spanish-language film of all time,Instructions Not Included, as well as Ladrones, starring telenovela superstars Fernando Colunga and Eduardo Yañez, and Casa de Mi Padre, featuring Gael Garcia Bernal and Will Ferrell.
Kids programming including La Isla del Faro and Los Happets from Vme Kids.
Early access to the premieres of new series before they air live, including NBC Universo’s The Riveras, a celeb-reality series, and Azteca America’s Rabia, a drama series produced in Spain.
Catch up on cult favorites like From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, from El Rey based on the movie by network founder, Robert Rodriguez, and Discovery en Español’s original series Texas Trocas, an original series from Discovery en Español that follows the Mendez family as they build their custom truck building empire.
Music videos and original music programming from Music Choice featuring the hottest Latino artists including Jencarlos Canela, Sofia Carson, Gente de Zona, Zion and Lennox, and Chino y Nacho.
Sounds pretty cool if you ask me!
Read more here.