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Lights Camera Booze: Drinking Games for Your Favorite Movies

Lights Camera Booze: Drinking Games for Your Favorite Movies
Your Price: $19.95 CDN
Author: Lauren Metz and Kourtney Jason
Illustrated by: Amanda Lanzone
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 208
Pub. Date: 2013
ISBN-10: 1612432387
ISBN-13: 9781612432380

About the Book:

Turn movie night into an electric party with 33 fun drinking games

What's the one thing that makes watching a great flick with friends more entertaining? Alcohol! And plenty of it! Lights Camera Booze gets movie night going with drinking games based on 33 favourite films. From Animal House to Magic Mike, these classics all have one thing in common: they're better with booze.

Invite friends over, mix some drinks, press play and drink, drink, drink every time Lights Camera Booze tells you to. For every movie there's an illustrated game with rules on when to drink. Take a slug every time Gretchen Wieners tries to make "fetch" happen in Mean Girls, The Dude refers to himself in the third person in The Big Lebowski, and Ferris Bueller breaks the fourth wall. This rousing book also includes a suggested drink for each flick (cocktail recipes included) as well as hot topics for post-film discussion and a movie-themed physical challenge to determine who holds their liquor the best.

Lights Camera Booze is 80-proof fun in front of the big screen. This book turns your favourite movies into drinking game parodies, including:
• Hand-drawn game boards
• Rules on when to drink
• Themed cocktails for each flick
• Post-movie sobriety challenges

About the Author:

Lauren Metz is a freelance entertainment writer and editor. She has written for everyone from Seventeen and, and more.

Kourtney Jason is an accomplished writer, editor, author, and publicist. She has written for various national publications, including,, and more, and her work has been featured on The Huffington Post, and

Amanda Lanzone is an editorial and freelance illustrator, living and working in New York City. She is recognized for her attractive drawings, line quality, and intriguing characters – creating narrative and concept-driven illustrations. As a freelance illustrator, she has created many works for clients such as the New York Times, the New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, the City Pages, and Procter & Gamble among others.