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Ads of the Week: Halloween kicks off the holiday season, Thor flogs wine, BoobSoap and other stories

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Gravity Road – Sainsbury's

Sainsbury’s obviously caters for those that love Halloween, but what about those that don’t? Every year there are people who actively avoid having to deal with trick-or-treaters. It’s a fact. 70% of Brits say they prefer that trick-or-treaters don’t come to their door. It’s a little pathetic, a little awkward but definitely a British phenomenon and worth poking some fun at. The genuinely hilarious film, born from this insight, showcases the ludicrous antics of an unprepared Halloween couple as they attempt to hide from an advancing

 

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