Our latest feature PhotoGRAPHIC is doing well on both DVD and VOD and has just got a great review from "The Straw Man" who has tons of reviews on websites and Amazon. You can check out that review (and warning) from him HERE
In addition, the VOD section on Amazon has a couple of people who HATE PhotoGRAPHIC and say its the most horrible thing they have ever seen! LOL - really now? Anyway, while we realize we can't satisfy everyone, such one sentence 'one star' hate, and not an actual review doesn't do much but make us laugh, and certainly doesn't hurt our sales. But we also don't try to hide it from our fans by only posting the better reviews! While the VOD version is 5min shorter than the DVD, with some toned down graphic kills and nudity... we doubt they would like either version
Other great PHOTOGRAPHIC reviews:
Independent Flicks Review Search My Trash Review
We had a bunch of reviews on several of our projects lately. First up a cool news site call 'Search My Trash' which finds and highlights several obscure and bizzare indie films reviewed both Burlesque Massacre and PhotoGRAPHIC, as well as a very in depth interview with creator Tim Whitfield about all things Timberwolf. Check that out here:
BURLESQUE MASSACRE REVIEW / PHOTOGRAPHIC REVIEW / TIM WHITFIELD INTERVIEW
Next up is two VIDEO reviews of a couple of Timberwolf and Midnight Hill short films. I hope this new website from AngelFreak takes off, because I really think the web is fast enough now to handle having reviews and news in video form which film goers can just click on and check out whats happening in the indie film world. Timberwolf and Ynot/Sin Pelo have been playing with this idea for a couple years now with Rydell Danzie's '30sec on set' and even a video news blog he and Tim Whitfield tested out in 2010/2011. The Timberwolf news blog itself wants to do more news blogs and reports on video as well when our studio set up is more solid.
Anyway, check out AngelFreak's review of Joe Patnaud's Friday The 13th: The Storm below:
Now, AngelFreak's review of Tim Whitfield's Forced Survival, shot back in 2005. Tim was very happy to see this review as it is still his favorite project he has ever shot. A very deep, very intense story with an amazing performance by Jillian Swanson. "Oh yea, this is still my favorite project ever." Tim admits, "Sure it has a few technical glitches, and I have improved how I shoot and edit since then, but this was the pinnacle of my New England work and the only thing I have ever shot that is everything I wanted it to be at that time. Kevin had the right mix of threat and awkward innocence to somehow make it work. Jillian had so much trust with me, and gave me everything she had without question. You believe her on screen 100% and I still consider one one of the best actresses I have ever worked with."
Forced Survival Review: