MTV AND FILMBUFF BRING “SAVAGE COUNTY” TO DIGITAL AUDIENCES TONIGHT

Horror film “Savage County” will debut on MTV2 tonight, and then immediately be available after the world television premiere on “Sony Playstation, Microsoft Xbox, iTunes, Amazon VOD and many more” digital outlets. The film will not hit DVD until early 2011. Additionally, director David Harris will be online, offering a live director’s commentary on Twitter under the #SavageCounty tag. Harris will remain online for a Q&A during the West Coast airing. From the official press release:

Digital distribution company, FilmBuff, is happy to announce a partnership with the team behind MTV’s new horror film production, Savage County, for a full-scale digital release through the month of October. The film will world premiere October 7th on MTV2, at 11 p.m. EST/10 p.m. CST.

Directed by David Harris, Savage County is the story of a reclusive family of murderers seeking vengeance on a group of young mischief makers after an innocent prank turns deadly. Immediately following the world television premiere, the film will be released on digital platforms such as Sony Playstation, Microsoft Xbox, iTunes, Amazon VOD, and many more. The film will be available in both the broadcast version as well as a “director’s cut.” In addition, FilmBuff will release Savage County on DVD, in early 2011.

“We are very excited to partner with MTV and the Savage County team on this digital roll-out,” said Matt Dentler, head of programming for FilmBuff. “They’ve made an energetic and terrifying film through some innovative means. We feel an innovative release strategy is precisely what it needs.”

“We’ve utilized a broad range of traditional and non traditional media and marketing efforts to help this help find its audience,” said David Gale, Executive VP of New Media for MTV. “Partnering with FilmBuff will only extend the film’s reach and make it a true multi-screen experience.”




Posted on October 7, 2010 in News by
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