Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Originally, this entry was necessary to explain the very complicated process involved in watching Dark Mirror (check out the instructions below for a good laugh. It's a lot easier now.
UPDATE: After a very long run (extended a few times) and breaking all kinds of records for IFC Films, Dark Mirror is no longer available OnDemand.
The good news is...
Dark Mirror will be available on DVD on November 3rd! (and you can pre-order it now).
If you live in LA and can't wait that long, there will be a screening at the Mann Chinese on October 14.
Dark Mirror is available on IFC On Demand from May - Aug, 2009!
Turn on your Cable TV and choose ON DEMAND, then IFC FESTIVAL DIRECT, then MOVIES, then IFC IN THEATERS.
Cable TV operators that carry IFC On Demand:
* Bright House
* CableVision (On Demand, also on Ch. 508)
* Comcast (Ch. 1)
* Cox (Ch. 1)
* Time Warner (Ch. 1)
IFC On Demand is not yet available on Direct TV, Verizon Fios, Dish Network, or other cable providers not listed above. Note that IFC On Demand is different than the IFC Channel.
Just to clear up some confusion...
"Dark Mirror" is NOT playing on the IFC Channel.
It's available through your Cable TV provider through "ON DEMAND" when you choose the following: "IFC FESTIVAL DIRECT" > "MOVIES" > "IFC IN THEATERS."
"Dark Mirror" is NOT playing just in LA.
You can watch it On Demand anywhere in the U.S.
"Dark Mirror" is NOT playing just on May 6.
You can watch it anytime between May - Aug, 2009.
Watching "Dark Mirror" On Demand is like watching it on TiVo or on DVD. You can select it one day & finish watching it another day.
And if you don't have IFC On Demand, we strongly encourage you to organize a viewing party with a friend who does!
We hope this clears up any confusion.
Please click on the link below if you still have questions!
"Dark Mirror" On Demand
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Ralf Weinfurtner, Erin Ploss-Campoamor, Daeg Faerch, Lisa Vidal, Pablo Proenza, David Chisum, Matt Reynolds
We had a great time at the Weekend of Horrors. We showed the trailer and a couple of scenes, then had an fun discussion about making the movie. Special thanks to Sam, our moderator, who rocked it.
Then we got to sign autographs and meet the fans.
Gotta say, Fangoria knows how to put on a good party and horror fans know how to have fun. Lots of costumes, blood and a few disturbing images that will never go away. (on a personal note, I was excited to see Clive Barker, Corey Haim, and meet Fred Williamson in the little free time available.)
The full album on Flickr and on Facebook.
Photos by Javier Proenza.
Monday, April 13, 2009
Fangoria's Weekend of Horror at the LA Convention Center THIS WEEKEND. Come on by and introduce yourselves!
Lisa Vidal, David Chisum, and Daeg Faerch (plus director Pablo Proenza and producer Erin Ploss-Campoamor) will all be talking about the movie and signing autographs! We'll show the trailer and a clip or two.
Sunday April 19th @ 1:15pm
Location: LA Convention Center (1201 South Figeroua), West Hall Building.
The Panel will be in Room 502 A (2nd floor, upstairs).
Other speakers at the Weekend of Horror include Sam Raimi,
Ron Pearlman, Clive Barker and Jordan Ladd (the full
Hope to see you there!