For those of you who wanted to see Richard Raaphorst's Nazi zombie cyborg feature Frankenstein's Army
, but were not able to catch one of the screenings at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), here is some good news: Variety just confirmed that distribution deals have been made for several regions all over the world.
To be a bit more specific, here's the breakdown: "Entertainment One has taken Army
for France, Scandinavia, Benelux, South Africa, the U.K. and Canada. Australian rights were sold to Madman; rights in Japan were sold to Transformer; and in Germany to Ascot Elite."
As I wrote in my review from IFFR, where the film enjoyed its world premiere: "With its found-footage look and scary monsters showing up aplenty, Frankenstein's Army
resembles a ride though a carnival's haunted house. Thankfully it's a good one, though, and while the film has a literally shaky start, the finale had the audience intentionally in stitches."
It sure is a fun film and I'm glad to hear that more people will be able to see it.
[Full disclosure: Todd Brown, ScreenAnarchy's founder and editor-in-chief, served as a producer on the film. He was not involved in the editing of this article.]
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