'Side Effects' Viral Site Will Cure What Ails You... Kind Of

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Do you have a case of the winter blahs? Depression got you down? Does the stress of the holiday make you just want to stay in bed, eat chocolates from little brown paper wrappers and read "Fifty Shades of Gray" over and over? Well, if you answered yes to any of these questions — or if you just like cool viral marketing campaigns — then we have the cure for you right here.

Are you ready for Steven Soderbergh's new wonder drug Ablixa?

That's the fictional anti-depressant at the heart of Soderbergh's new film, "Side Effects." Jude Law plays a doctor who treats his patient, Rooney Mara, by giving her some Ablixa. Unfortunately, the side effects include things like adultery, murder and a severe overdose of Channing Tatum. So one out of three ain't bad.

And now to get fans talking about "Side Effects," Soderbergh has launched a cool new viral website for the fake drug Ablixa. Not only does it allows you to get a free interactive diagnosis from Law himself, but you can also check out the absolutely dead on Ablixa TV commercial, which we swear we saw at least three times during Sunday Night Football.

Check it out. And help at least get rid of your movie blues: