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You can go to this Stranger Things themed popup bar and drink Upside Down inspired drinks!

Calling all Stranger Thing fanatics! The Pop Up Geeks have launched a pop up in the form of popular Netflix series, Stranger Things, in Edinburgh. The pop up bar is going to be filled with drinks of ‘dark and dangerous alternatives to the classic cocktails of the 80s’ inspired by the Upside Down.   But this isn’t just about drinking, people can also take selfies with a life-size Demogorgon and relax in...

Samsung turns Samuel Beckett bridge into a playable harp with new Note 8

So Samsung is currently running a ‘Do bigger things’ campaign in Ireland, and if you didn’t know Samuel Beckett bridge is a big bridge in Dublin, that has what look like ‘strings’. On the 14th September, to launch the new Note 8 in Ireland and to support the campaign, Samsung hired the help of agency Guns or Knives, so that the strings of the bridge represent a harp, that can be played...

Netflix drops Narcos season 3 ads in bathroom ‘blow-cations’

Netflix has dropped some brilliant guerilla marketing to hail the return of its popular original programme, Narcos. Ads for the show have turned up in ‘blow-cations’ (yes, I’m reusing the same joke from the headline!) where people typically take cocaine – namely bathrooms of bars and clubs in L.A., Miami, Chicago and New York. The sticker ads feature cocaine powder residue and a rolled up...

Thorpe Park releases undead billboard gang into the streets of London to promote new Walking Dead mazes

To promote its two new Walking Dead mazes, Thorpe Park unveiled a billboard in East London, where undead actors spring from the ad, scaring members of the public. The mazes will be unveiled as the show hits its 100th episode in October, which links in with Thorpe Park’s infamous Fright Night. The billboard was reportedly soaked in over 50 kilogrammes of animal organs to shock passers-by. Some of the zombies...

Creepy ‘It’ stunt sees red balloons appear in drains across Sydney

Another day, another ‘It’ stunt to make your skin crawl. Less than a week before the remake of the Stephen King novel hits cinemas, red balloons have been popping up across Sydney. The balloons, used by the shape-shifting demon Pennywise to lure his victims, have appeared in drains around the city next to the message, ‘It is closer than you think’. The creepy stunt is the latest in a string...

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