"...Normally it's some unheard of director, or a microbudget genre piece with no buzz. You don't expect it to be the latest installment of the Universal Soldier franchise, available now on VOD...."
"...The result was a hugely successful festival run, 2010's second highest grossing documentary in the UK, and a slot on the top 50 docs list on Rotten Tomatoes. Now he's back for SXSW 2012 and the How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love VOD panel...."
"...Who's ready to go back to the future (no, not that future)? Austin animation revolutionary Don Hertzfeldt has just released the sequel to his strange and sweet 2015 Oscar-nominated smash "World of Tomorrow" on VOD...."
"...Also on VOD:..."
"...Last year's Fantastic Fest was no different, with author Owen Egerton unveiling his directorial debut, Follow. Almost a year later, it finally makes its bow on VOD...."
"...Make no mistake: the one thing keeping Peppermint from being dumped on VOD is Garner’s presence in the lead role. Our familiarity with the actress’ career is arguably the biggest point in Peppermint’s favor; the film never bothers to explain how and where North picked up her newfound skills, allowing our intertextual knowledge of Garner's early Hollywood work (as an action lead in movies like Daredevil and J.J..."
"...When it comes to the tribulations of saplings in horror movies, the end result is often a terrifying growth of twisted roots. Such is the case in The Boy, a SXSW nail-biter now on VOD from Elijah Wood's Spectrevision shingle...."
"...About a year later, they start to make their way to home release. With the Fantastic Fest 2016 lineup arriving this week, some 2015 gems hit DVD and VOD...."
"...From amateur assassins to a teenage zygote, alphabetical horror anthology The ABCs of Death 2 was an education in morbidity at Fantastic Fest 2014. As the anthology is unleashed upon VOD today, three of the segment directors tell us about their miniaturized tales that witness madness...."
"..."I have nothing on my life but white noise," Lance Henriksen bleakly intones as Russell, the drunken, fallen sherrif and father at the bleak core of It's In The Blood. The Texas slow-burn shocker hits VOD today after a jaw-dropping screening at the Austin Film Festival...."
"...Out on VOD and DVD today is the feature debut of writer/director Berndt Mader, a University of Texas alum. 5 Time Champion is a Texas-set coming-of-age story about a sexually confused science prodigy negotiating puberty and complicated relationships with his mom and grandparents...."
"...Drafthouse Films has announced their acquisition of the long-unseen Australian outback thriller Wake in Fright, with plans for limited release in New York, Los Angeles, and presumably here in Austin this October, with DVD and VOD to follow in early 2013...."
"...He turned them all down. Instead, Knappenberger took We Are Legion to the digital release company FilmBuff and opted to distribute the film online and via video-on-demand (VOD) services..."
"...The secondary content, the ones that would do $10 million at the box office – or no box office [at all] – there would be 100, 150 releases every month. It became so saturated that it became difficult to make money at a certain point, and the same thing is happening on VOD," he said..."
"...Odds you'll get to see it: Excellent. The Standoff at Sparrow Creek arrives on VOD from RJL Entertainment on Jan..."
"...Buster's Mal Heart (Well Go USA) is out now on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD. Also out now:..."
"...Four particular indie films, in fact: Austin filmmaker Michael Tully's Ping Pong Summer, an Eighties-set coming-of-age comedy combining hip-hop, table tennis, and Susan Sarandon in high-waisted pants (debuts June 6 on VOD, Austin theatrical date TBD); Hellion, a much darker coming-of-age story from another Austin-proud filmmaker, Kat Candler, and starring Aaron Paul, Juliette Lewis, and breakthrough young actor Josh Wiggins (debuts June 13 on VOD; opens in Austin June 27); Megan Griffiths' Lucky Them (on VOD now), which stars Toni Collette as a jaded rock journalist investigating the disappearance of a musician, who also happens to be her ex; and Obvious Child, Gillian Robespierre's super-buzzy abortion romantic comedy starring Jenny Slate (opens in Austin June 20)...."