SAME DAY AS THEATERSSeptember 29, 2009


IFC Films

VOD not only offers PPV Movies that screened in theaters months ago, but they have partnered with cutting edge, independent film distributors to bring you films the SAME DAY AS THEATERS. Whether you want to see films made outside the Hollywood system or future stars in breakout performances, see the latest from the film festival circuit in the comfort of your own home.

Premiering Wednesday, September 30, 2009

IFC In Theaters


One of this year’s Independent Spirit Awards nominees for Best First Feature, AFTERSCHOOL is a startling look at youth in today’s media age. Robert is a new student at an East Coast prep school who captures the horrific death of two girls on camera. Their deaths and the access of seeing the incident online shake the school. A terrific debut film that marks the arrival of director Antonio Campos.

Read More

PAINTBALL - On DemandFebruary 09, 2010


IFC Films On Demand

On Demand Weekly provides new movie reviews of hot movies on demand from the perspective of watching them from the comfort of your home. Today’s review: Paintball.
Directed by Daniel Benmayor (a featured commercial director for Anonymous Content) Paintball was produced by Filmax, a Spanish production company (though it is in the English language), that landed on IFC On Demand.
A group of eight "weekend warriors" arrive anonymously, in restraints and with shrouds on their heads via truck to a forest where they anticipate a rollicking game of realistically warlike paintball with another team. They check their weapons and depart. Soon, they discover they are targets of a real killing game by an unknown opponent. Sinister forces reveal themselves as an organization controlling the scenario for the pleasure of rich voyeurs. The group gets picked off one by one leaving a lone woman to try her best against "the hunter." Does she have what it takes?
Read More

MUTANTS - On DemandMarch 23, 2010

MUTANTS - On Demand


On Demand Weekly provides new reviews of hot movies on demand from the POV of watching from the comfort of your home. Today’s review: Mutants.
Zombie films are a diverse and storied genre. Many credit a single, brilliant film: George Romero’s 1968 satire Night of the Living Dead for biting the neck of the horror genre and spreading the disease across entertainment into B-movies and effective societal commentaries alike. Hundreds of films in the diverse genre include: Romero’s gruesome sequels from 1985’s Day of the Dead to2009’s Survival of the Dead (he’s still crankin’ ‘em out!) 80’s camp (Night of the Creeps), video game remakes (Resident Evil (2002) and ongoing international efforts (Spain’s Tombs of the Blind Dead (1971), (Italy’s Zombi 2 (1979), Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive (1992), Japan’s Versus (2000), Greece’s Evil (2005), etc.)
Read More

Page 1 of 1 pages