11/11/11 Festival Premiere

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 @ 12:57 pm | Headline, News, Other, Releases

We are pleased to announce that 11/11/11 will debut at the 2011 Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival on September 30, 2011.

You can read about the premiere on Fangoria.com or the Festival’s Official Website.

If you live in Southern California, come out and show your support.

If you don’t, 11/11/11 will be available on DVD/Blu-Ray/VOD on 11/1/11.

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    One Response to “11/11/11 Festival Premiere”

    1. aratuk Says:

      You guys should mention that at least a few of your movies (Why not all?) are available to rent or buy on iTunes and Amazon Instant, and provide links. Obviously this one, 11/11.11, isn’t out yet, but it’s the same case for what I’ve seen of your other movies mentioned on the site. I realize you operate your own web store, and that’s more profitable, but I, for one, only very rarely order DVDs through the mail anymore. I sometimes rent DVDs at a Red Box. I don’t think I’m alone.

      Your “What’s on” box on the front page is a good feature, but it should include which of your movies are currently streaming on Netflix and whatever other streaming providers. There’s getting to be a pretty sizable demographic of people with high speed broadband but no cable TV (especially college students).

      Hope no one is offended by my suggestions.

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