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Drink Until You See Invisible Aliens with ‘The Darkest Hour’ Drinking Game

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As the Christmas week movies continue to roll out on DVD and Blu-ray this spring, you’re left with plenty of holiday-themed choices after Easter, like the weepy Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and the equally rapey The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and In the Land of Blood and Honey. Why not consider some invisible killer aliens to go in with the mix.

Telling the story of random survivors on the streets of Moscow after a violent interstellar invasion, The Darkest Hour gives the world hope… if your definition of hope is a dancing at a killer club scene with Speed Racer before blindly battling electric aliens. While vodka might be the obvious choice, you might want something a little more light, especially if you opt for the at-home 3D version of the film. Focus might become a problem.

And now, to cover our butts… This game is only for people over the age of 21. Please drink responsibly, and never listen to Emile Hirsh in a combat situation.

TAKE A DRINK WHEN…

  • An alien explodes
  • A light bulb flickers
  • Invisible aliens kill someone
  • Emile Hirsh makes a so-called brilliant declaration but still sounds like an idiot

TAKE A DRINK WHEN YOU SEE…

  • Alien vision
  • Cyrillic writing
  • An alien’s real form
  • Human dust remains blowing in the wind

TAKE A DRINK WHEN SOMEONE SAYS…

  • “Skyler”
  • “Moscow”
  • ”microwave” or “wave”
  • Something in Russian

CHUG YOUR DRINK WHEN…

  • A horse shows up to save the day

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Kevin Carr crawled from the primordial ooze in the early 1970s. He grew up watching movies to the point of irritation for his friends and was a font of useless movie knowledge until he decided to put that knowledge to good use. Now, Kevin is a nationally syndicated critic, heard on dozens of radio stations around the country, and his reviews appear in a variety of online outlets. Kevin is also a proud member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS), and the Central Ohio Film Critics Association (COFCA).

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