‘House of Good and Evil’ showing on Comcast cable’s pay per view service

houseofgoodandevil-620x953House of Good and Evil, the horror/thriller movie filmed in Floyd County last year, premiered today on the Comcast Cable TV Service.

Comcast’s service is available in Blacksburg, Salem, Rocky Mount and Roanoke but not in Floyd County.   The movie is available only to cable TV subscribers and not via the Comcast Internet service until after the end of the year.

Cable providers must pay $4.99 to watch the film.

Producers of the show sold distribution rights to the movie to Acort International, a service that specializes in video on demand in North America.  The film will not be available to online video on demand services until January of next year, so seeing it on Netflix, Hulu or a similar service is out until then.

The producers still hope for a theatrical showing next year but the contract with Acort rules out any showing of the film in theaters until then.

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3 thoughts on “‘House of Good and Evil’ showing on Comcast cable’s pay per view service”

  1. Dang, and I’m so much more handsome on the big screen…maybe I can get Michele and the boys to pay me $4.99 to cook dinner? Mow the lawn? Do the laundry?

  2. Funny Rob. Yes, from Oct. 1st until Jan 1st we are on Comcast, Cox and Insight. After that we will be on most other providers, like dish and so on. March 18th we release our DVD and Blu Ray. After that run we will be on Netflix, Redbox etc. On a side note we just won Best Thriller at the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. We over at Shooting Creek Films and HorrorShow are excited to see more films coming to Floyd. Thanks for keeping folks updated Doug.

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