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"I'm here to write an article on the hotel."
-Elaine Kalisher
Writer, Traveler's Review



This section contains all items created to promote Nightmare on the 13th Floor. This includes press releases, commercials, propaganda and more.




Press:
   Promotional Appearances:
Any and all times key cast members made an appearance in an effort to promote the film.
   Station ID Bumpers:
These pop up when the movie goes on, and comes off of, a commercial break. They display the name of the movie, the channel/station/network's logo, and last no longer than three (3) seconds apiece.
   Commercials:
Commercials were used to advertise the movie.
   Promotional Propaganda:
These include any and all items used in an effort to promote the film. These include fliers, pamplets, posters, t-shirts, etc.
   Book References:
Mention of the movie in a printed medium, not including magazines.
   Magazines:
Mention of the movie in supermarket tabloids and in other printed periodicals.
   Press Releases:
Alternate views of cast members, sent to various, magazines and newspapers in an effort to promote the film.
   Publicity Stunts:
Publicity Stunts include any and all times key cast members performed a stunt in an effort to promote the film.
   Trailers:
Official and unofficial trailers use scenes from the movie to give an overall sense of the film, making you yearn to see more.













- If you know of any items that should appear in this section, but are missing, please let me know by sending a message to press@nottfo.com.