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National Lampoon gets VOD deal

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Sep 2008 19:09 User comments (3)

National Lampoon gets VOD deal National Lampoon has announced that will offer up to 12 of its films via VOD (video-on-demand) through ReelTime Rentals over the next year.
The initial titles will be National Lampoon Presents Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo and National Lampoon Presents One, Two, Many but the contract calls for up to 12 per year.

"Having ReelTime Network as VOD partner gives Lampoon fans another convenient platform on which to watch our movies and ensures our titles will be seen throughout America,"
added Tom Daniels, president of worldwide distribution for National Lampoon.

ReelTime offers 750 movies currently including some big titles such as Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl , National Treasure, Glory and Groundhogs Day.

This is the largest deal the company has secured since it made a deal with Disney in June to provide VOD version of movies from Disney-Pixar, Touchstone Pictures and Miramax Films.

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3 user comments

124.9.2008 15:06

Yeah! Who cares!!!!!!

I just checked that site and FIRST, they're all older .99 rental-worthy

SECOND, they're at 2.99

I'm just tired of Hollywood raping people. Actors getting 50 Million GUARANTEED on a movie. How about giving them 10 Million and pass the savings down to viewer.

Otherwise, Hollywood should rot in HELL just as politicians should.

226.9.2008 12:23

National Lampoon and ReelTime Rentals should pay $10 to anyone who can actually sit through One, Two, Many.

An absolutely wretched movie.

326.9.2008 14:59

i think its good - atleast its a step in the right direction...

small step, lol - but its a step.

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