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Monday February 24, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Monday February 24, 2014 MYT 10:00:33 AM
RED FM and 988 are giving out movie passes to the Chinese movie The Second Coming, the first 3D feature from Hong Kong director Herman Yau (Ip Man: The Final Fight), who co-directed with Ng Tin Chi.
Ming and his wife Jen lead quiet, ordinary lives with their 13-year-old daughter Lucy, while their 20 year-old son Sunny is studying medicine overseas. Things seem perfect until Ming accidentally knocks down Lucy with his car on the cusp of her 14th birthday. Lucy’s behaviour turns bizarre. Sunny returns from school to find his father becoming more distant from his sister.
While Jen and Sunny struggle to figure out the cause, Lucy’s increasingly disturbing behaviour escalates into violence. When Lucy’s dog is killed and Ming’s dark secrets are unveiled one by one, the family is forced to confront a past that they have never truly forgotten – and for which they have never forgiven themselves.
988 will be giving out free passes to the movie on the Good Show with KK Wong, May and Jason; on weekdays from 4pm to 8 pm. Listeners would need to be the first caller through and answer a simple question to win four premiere screening passes.
Red FM listeners could also win the passes on Red Rave and Red Fix. The fifth SMS through would immediately win the sender four premiere screening passes.
Listeners may also vie for the passes online by answering simple questions at www.red.fm and www.988.com.my.
For more info, please tune in to Red FM on 104.9 and 988 on 98.8 in the Klang Valley.
Red FM and SuriaFM listeners should not miss their chance to redeem their share of RM 72,000 worth of Petron’s Blaze RON 97 petrol. The Petrol Crazy campaign was launched on Feb 17 and is a partnership among Star Radio Group, Petron and Firefly.
To participate and qualify for the campaign, participants will have to listen to Red FM or SuriaFM for the password of the day, produce a valid identification card and submit the relevant, completed form at the designated Petron station to redeem RM50 worth of Blaze RON 97 petrol.
Participants who have bought any Firefly flight ticket during the campaign period will be eligible to redeem an additional RM50 worth of Blaze RON 97 by providing the booking number/PNR at the designated Petron station.
Only one name per booking number/PNR is eligible for the reward during the redemption period. The reward is based on a first come, first served basis. Each designated Petron station will have a maximum of RM2, 000 worth of redeemable Blaze 97 petrol.
In conjunction, Red FM WTF duo JJ and Lil’ Kev will be going to Penang to meet listeners at one of the Petron stations today. Then, SuriaFM announcer Halim Othman will drop by a station in Johor Baru on Wednesday. Don’t miss your chance to go Petrol Crazy this week by tuning in to Red FM and SuriaFM.
For more information, log on to www.red.fm or www.suriafm.com.my.
Ungu in Malaysia
This Friday, Indonesian band Ungu will join Halim Othman and Adibah Noor on SuriaFM’s Celebriti Room Ceria Pagi. Their appearance on the show is in conjunction with Ungu’s first performance in Malaysia after the release of its single Bila Tiba last year.
Ungu – comprising Pasha, Makki, Enda, Onci and Rowman – will be performing at Star Stage, Kenanga Wholesale City Fashion Mall, Level 15, at 8.30pm.
Ungu was formed in 1996, but its first album, Laguku, was only released in 2002. The single Demi Waktu from its 2006 album Melayang made the group famous. The band won Best Rock Group/Duo and Best Song for Andai Ku Tahu in 2007 at Indonesia’s SCTV Music Awards 2007.
Catch Ungu on the air as the boys liven up the morning on Celebriti Room.
For more information, visit www.suriafm.com.my or www.facebook.com/SuriaFMRadio.
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