Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Dark Horse on DVD & Blu Now!

Today's the day! Dark Horse is now available on both DVD and Blu-Ray from Virgil Films, and the same from Mongrel Media in Canada. All are quite bare-bones (what, did Criterion spoil you?), the menus only sporting Play and Chapter options... not even a trailer or optional subtitles. But it looks great, as any new release should, and it's a terrific film. I mean, granted, this is the guy who runs toddsolondz.com recommending a Todd Solondz film to you, so you should realize I might be a bit predisposed to appreciate it; but for me, it's one of his best films in a long time.

Dark Horse is also available on DVD (and has been for a few weeks) in the UK from Axiom Films and Australia from Reel DVD (pictured). So that's your Regions 1, 2 and 4 covered. The Australian disc even includes the trailer, edging it just ahead of its domestic counterparts. There are no Blu-Ray versions available from Axiom or Reel however.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Dark Horse DVD This November!

Not much by way of specs have been released yet, but we know Dark Horse will be coming to DVD (and Blu-Ray!) on November 13th from Arts Alliance America/ Virgil Films and Entertainment.  I've seen it announced on some sites that it will be unrated and in its original aspect ratio of 1.85:1; but even that may just be guessing the obvious. There's nothing up on there about Dark Horse yet, but here's the company website, and you can now pre-order the DVD or Blu from Amazon.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

The Dark Horse Trailer

The official theatrical trailer for Dark Horse is now online, and here it is!

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Dark Horse In Theaters This Summer

According to this article in The Hollywood Reporter, Dark Horse has acquired distribution and will be released in theaters here in the US this summer. It's been picked up by Brainstorm Media, marking their first theatrical outing.

Producer Ted Hope is quoted as saying, "Like that old 35mm we all once loved, Dark Horse will be playing only in theaters this summer. Meyer and his team have constructed a way for the filmmakers and our investors to be true partners in this venture."

Apparently, we can expect Dark Horse to open in New York on June 8th, followed by later openings in other cities. The article doesn't say so, but presumably Brainstorm will follow this up with a DVD/ digital release after the summer, for those of us who don't live in a major, metropolitan city.