On March 1st Warner Bros./Gravitas released Matt Sconce’s Stricken on 15 million televisions via On Demand. In addition, if you live in or near Fresno, California, you have three chances to see the film during that town’s Rogue Performance Festival.
Stricken was written and directed by Matt Sconce and stars David Fine and Stephanie French. Its synopsis follows:
After her mother’s death and her father’s brutal suicide, 25-year-old Sarah Black fears she is losing her grip on reality. She is haunted by nightmares and terrifying visions, and she can’t shake the feeling that something evil is about to find her. When people she cares about start to die, Sarah believes she may be next. Detective Scott Aro has been investigating a string of murders for 10 years, but nothing he has seen can prepare him for what lies ahead. As hope seems lost, the two must face the evil that has been unleashed and battle to stay alive as they discover some things don’t stay dead. It waits in the dark…
During its first 90 days of release, look for Stricken on Charter, Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-Verse, Rogers (Canada), Dish VOD, Mediacom, Suddenlink, RCN, Eastlink Communications, Bresnan, Frontier, Wave, Blue Ridge, Atlantic Broadband, Bend, Access Communication (CCSA), HTC, Click, Hargray, Cincinnati Bell, Source Cable (CCSA), NorthwsTel Cable (CCSA), Bluewater (CCSA), Seaside (CCSA), NTELOS, James Valley, Enhanced Telecom, and Cable Cable (CCSA).
Assuming it does well enough to move forward to iNDEMAND, in its second 90 days Stricken will appear on Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, and Brighthouse; and after that it hopes to move to other online media like Netflix and Hulu Plus.
Here are the details on Stricken‘s screenings during Rogue Performance Festival 2011:
Saturday, 3/5/11 7:00pm
Friday, 3/11/11 8:30pm
Saturday, 3/12/11 5:00pm
Venue: Mike Briggs – 1212 N. Van Ness Ave.
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