PHOBIA is now available! Please look for it OnDemand at most US and Canadian cable and TV providers such as AT&T U-Verse and Time Warner.
ALSO, here's the iTunes link and the Amazon link to watch instantly.
Hope you'll check out the film!
Sunday, September 1, 2013
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
The feature film PHOBIA is a new production from the company who produced PINK... It will premiere on cable VOD and iTunes September 1st!
VOD outlets: AT&T U-Verse, Cox Cable, Charter On Demand, Verizon FiOS, Mediacom, Insight, RCN Cable, Optimum Cable, Dish Network, Armstrong Cable, Rogers On Demand (Canada), Shaw Cable (Canada), Cogeco Cable (Canada) and EastLinkTV (Canada)
iVOD outlets: iTunes, GooglePlay, Playstation Network, Vudu, Amazon Video and XBox.
Here's the trailer...
And here are some images that can be posted on Facebook pages as Cover Artwork to help us promote the release...
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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
So yes, you read that right... Amber Benson of 'Buffy' fame will be playing a vampire in a new show instead of slaying vampires. :)
If you didn't know, Amber has officially attached herself to play Amelie (the founder of Morganville) in an adaptation of The Morganville Vampires book series into a web series called Morganville: The Series. This show is being produced by one of the creators of PINK.
But before they celebrate too much, the Kickstarter campaign has to fund first. Today they crossed the $25k mark towards the goal of $75k... so they're 1/3rd of the way.
Here is some nice coverage of Amber's involvement in the campaign.
And here is the link to the actual Kicstarter campaign page.
They've got some really interesting rewards too. For only $40 you can get a digital copy of the script, exclusive postcard artwork and an HD download of Season 1. Or for those with deeper pockets, the $500 level you get all of the above plus a complete set of all 15 Morganville books autographed by Rachel Caine the author, along with a DVD, a poster and... well, it's a lot.
So please help if you can! A tweet or FB post is almost as good as becoming a financial backer. Almost. :)
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
You've probably heard of Kickstarter because of the Veronica Mars or Zach Braff movies that raised millions of dollars recently to fund their projects. Well, I'm involved in one now too. But we're not Hollywood millionaires looking for handouts. We're indie filmmakers looking for handouts.
In all seriousness, Kickstarter is a great way to crowd-fund all kinds of projects.
I am fortunate to be working with the international best-selling author Rachel Caine in bringing her book series THE MORGANVILLE VAMPIRES to life as an online TV series.... and we could use your help.
Morganville: The Series | Kickstarter Campaign Video from Blake Calhoun on Vimeo.
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Season 2 of our sister series Continuum will premiere exclusively on JTS.tv NEXT TUESDAY 4/16/13. What is JTS.tv? It's an indie TV networks that's available online via their main site and on Roku boxes via your television.
If you followed our Season 1 release, we rolled it out on JTS first, then offered the entire season on VOD and finally ad-supported on YouTube. That will be our same path with Season 2. More details to follow soon!
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Monday, December 17, 2012
The Streamy Awards announced their nominations today and our sister show Continuum received one nom for Best Editing!
Very excited about this and thier 7 IAWTV Award nominations too. What a great way to start off 2013... The IAWTV Awards are on January 8th in Las Vegas and the Streamy Awards are in Hollywood on February 17th.
One really cool trend at the Streamy Award was there are LOTS of sci-fi shows being recognized.... Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, Drone, H+, Cybergeddon and of course Continuum. :) Great company to be in, especially because Continuum is an ultra low budget show. These other series are multi-million dollar productions. The rumor is Halo was $10 million to produce!!
Be sure to check out the complete list of nominees here.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Our sister series Continuum received 7 nominations at the IAWTV Awards!
Best Lead Actress, Mel Merkosky
Best Lead Actor, Brad Hawkins
Best Writing in a Drama, Blake Calhoun
Best Set Design, Eric Whitney
Best VFX, Chad Briggs and Element X Creative
Best Editing, Blake Calhoun
Best Score, Damon Criswell
The award's ceremony is at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas on January 8, 2013 during CES.
If you haven't seen the show please check it out and help spread the word! :)
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Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The creator of Pink (Blake Calhoun) did an in-depth interview this week for a blog radio show called Genre-tainment. There he talks a lot about Pink - its early days, the main run of the show... and it's future (yes, there might be a future!). :)
The interview also focusing on his latest web series Continuum, a sci-fi thriller that stars one of the leads from Pink - Brad Hawkins (he played adult Nate's beau "Dante" in Seasons 2 and 3). As Blake put it, "we talk about web series, assassins and sci-fi".... and we think you'll like it.
You can check it out here.
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Friday, June 8, 2012
Saturday, June 2, 2012
If you're not friend's with us on Facebook you should be!
Please LIKE our page to hear the latest info on our show. Yes, we've been in hiatus for, well, a few years now. BUT, we have some cool stuff brewing and will be sharing it with the world soon.
So stay in touch! We will be talking soon... :)
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The director of "Pink" has been brought on board to direct a new pilot for a scifi series called "Drifter"... check out their FB page for more details, and...
Gigaom has some great coverage of the show and the campaign to make it happen.... check out the article here.
Support indie TV!! :)
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Friday, March 16, 2012
A new sci-fi series from the creators of PINK - called Continuum - is now playing at JTS.TV. This is a new online indie TV network... think Netflix meets HBO for independent web series. It's a subscription-based site that is only $3.99/mo. or $39.99/year. And the content creators get 50% of the revenues, so it's very filmmaker friendly.
Currently there are 4 episodes of Continuum on the site, with new episodes rolling out each Tuesday. And, there are also a dozen or so other series on there that you'll have full access to - on your computer, phone, tablet and coming soon Roku box for your TV.
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Thursday, February 23, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
A new Netflix-style site has launched for indie TV called JTS... Just The Story.
It's a low cost subscription model geared towards high quality short form web series - and it's very filmmaker friendly. It's only $3.99/month or $39.99/year for unlimited ad free viewing online, on mobile apps and soon on set top boxes like Roku.
Definitely check out their FREE previews including our sister series Continuum. :)
Btw, some cool PINK news coming soon too!
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Wednesday, January 4, 2012
A new indie comedy from the director of Pink called SPILT MILK was released on iTunes today! The film stars several folks from Pink including Kim Matula (College Nate) and Matthew Tompkins (Daddy).
Here's a direct iTunes link:
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