Archive for September, 2013

Sitges schedule posted. Midnight-ish movie time!

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Sitges posted more films on the site with a schedule.  Delivery is playing at 1 am on Sunday,  October 20, which is more like late Saturday night. Good luck sleeping after that!

Bloody Disgusting announces @Screamfest lineup! LA folks can see it again.

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Looks like I get to be a part of Screamfest again this year!

Bloody Disgusting (and the Screamfest home page) announced the next set of features playing this year.

[Screamfest ’13] Second Round of Films Include ‘Deliver,’ ‘Demon’s Rook’ and ‘The Dead 2’

We sold out both of the screenings at LA Film Fest, so you might want to get tickets soon if you can.


I went in 2011 for The Night Caller.  It was super fun.  Peter and I also went to the CAA party and it was rad.

Twitch announces lineup for Celluloid Screams 2013

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Twitch posted about the Sheffield Horror Festival’s schedule next month.  Delivery will be on the last day, Oct. 27th.

Slack Jaw Punks interview Adam and Brian about Delivery, their Movie of the Week

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Detroit pop culture reviewers/podcasters Slack Jaw Punks did a fantastic interview with Adam and Brian and give a review after the interview.  Spoiler Alert:  They loved it.  Thanks Bub and Jake!

They talk about a few specific moments, so if you don’t want any spoilers at all, then come back and listen later!


Tickets for Feartastic in Palm Springs on sale

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

The screening of Delivery will be at 5:30 pm on Saturday, Nov. 2nd.  Only $10 and a great excuse to go to Palm Springs for the weekend!  I will definitely be there.  🙂

Delivery will play at Feartastic, the first ever Palm Springs Horror Festival.

Friday, September 13th, 2013

There is a new festival in town, or in Palm Springs anyway.  Feartastic is a three day festival at the end of October.  Since it’s so close, I’ll be there November 2nd for our screening!  Times aren’t announced yet.

Palm Springs is super fun, and they were one of the best audiences we had for Leading Ladies.

Twitch announces full line up for Mayhem

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Twitch Film wrote up the schedule for the Mayhem Festival in Nottingham.  Delivery will actually be play on Friday, which is November 1st, but it still counts as a Halloween outing.  (Is Halloween a big deal in the UK? I’m going to assume yes.)


I’ll spare you my translated Spanish/Catalan this time – Delivery is an official selection of the 46th annual Sitges Film Festival!

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Sitges Film festival (aka Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya) is basically the foremost fantasy/horror film festival in the world.  Sitges is a beach town on the south coast of Spain, near Barcelona.  It looks beautiful.

Surprise!  It’s also in October.  I think it bodes well for our film that there is a burning baby carriage on the poster.

Delivery also playing in NEW Mexico

Monday, September 9th, 2013

The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival is also showing Delivery in October, though it’s not a horror festival this time.  It’s just a coincidence.

So now we are up to like 7, all in October.  At this point I don’t know if it’s even physically possible for Adam and Brian to go to all of them!  They might need a teleportation device or time machine.  I am hoping for some closer to LA so I can go too!

The festival will be Oct. 16-20.

Ver Delivery al sur de la frontera

Monday, September 9th, 2013

¡Delivery es Selección Oficial Feratum 2013!

Ok, enough fun with Google Translate.  Delivery is an official selection of the Feratum Film Festival in Tlalpujahua, Michoacán, Mexico.

Here’s a little tidbit on Tlalpujahua’s Wikipedia page:

Since 2008, at the end of the October, it hosts the annual Festival Internacional de Cine Fantástico y de Terror Mórbido (International Festival of Fantasy and Morbid Terror Cinema). While movies and film are featured, there are also events related to local culture, workshops, seminars, music and dance. The films are from both Mexico and abroad, from classics of the 1950s to new films. The event is sponsored by a number of organizations including Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía, the Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, the state of Michoacán and local authorities.

Tlalpujahua is host to the most important horror film festival in Mexico. The films are shown in a number of venues, including the town’s old theatre and even inside an old mine.The festival gives young filmmakers a chance to show their work and have it voted on by attendees. The 2010 festival paid homage to the Cardona family, which has made over one hundred films, many of which were of the horror and suspense variety.(morbido)

I won’t be there, but I sort of hope our film plays in the Old Mine.  That is amazing.  I hope it also plays in a normal theater.

If you happen to be in Mexico, the festival is Oct. 3-6.