Delivery festival run summary!

November 5th, 2013 ~ 11:57 am

As of right now, we don’t have any film festivals scheduled because it’s going to the American Film Market this week.  I think it’s in a great position going to market.

We’ve had more great feedback this month:

“Speaking of the wife, Laurel Vail has the heavy lifting here. Not to speak ill of the rest of the cast ( not a bad apple in the bunch. All around solid acting) but Vail’s performance is the backbone of the film. During the first twenty minutes I almost forgot that she was an actress and just another reality show participate. Then shit gets paranormal and we slowly watch her unravel. Watching Rachel be tormented by these dark forces is a bittersweet pill to swallow.”
“Trust me when I say that this one movie you don’t want to miss.”  -Bub from Slack Jaw Punks (Detroit)

 “Both actors here really shine, Laurel Vail has to be good because so much is happening to her and so much of the story rests on her performance that if her performance  isn’t great the film would sink with her. Thankfully she rocks” – Ryan from Reel Nerds  (Denver)
4 out of 5 stars

Delivery was the best horror film of TCFF. ” – Patrick from City Pages (Minneapolis)

“It’s superior to most of its contemporaries” – Eric from The Movie Waffler (Dublin) 6 out of 10 stars

“It really worked! … Best Audience reaction of the weekend. …The subtleties make it for me.” – Weekly Geek Speak (South Yorkshire) 1 hour into podcast  7.5 out of 10 stars

” It IS slow burning but the ending is shocking, old fashioned and well worth it.” – Richard from Fanboy Confidential (UK)

“This sole complexity lends a final depth to the film” – Christina from The Betamax Revolt (Nottingham)

“There are comparisons to Rosemary’s Baby but Delivery is no lazy re-rendering and is an almost perfectly executed film. Don’t be put off by the ‘found footage’ tag, this film is head and shoulders above its genre peers.” – Alison from Left Lion (Nottingham)

 Some more recent interviews with Adam and Brian:

Reel Nerds Podcast (Telluride Horror Show)

Film Pulse (Screamfest)

Fearnet (Twin Cities Film Fest)

(Red Carpet from Twin Cities Film Fest)

And here are some great tweets from people all over:

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