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Mutant Chronicles on the Big (and Little) Screen

Word is that the Mutant Chronicles movie (for which I wrote the novelization) will finally get a theatrical release this year. Magnet Releasing—a division of Magnolia Pictures—picked up the distribution rights, and it plans to have a limited release of the film on April 24.

In advance of that, though, the film will be released on HDNet‘s Ultra VOD service on March 27. That makes it available to anyone who has access to HDNet rather than the “select cities” which will host the film in theaters.

I saw a mostly finished cut of the film at a private screening last year, but I’m looking forward to seeing it in a theater with a crowd of people too. I’m thrilled that it’s finally going to happen.

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  1. I hope that LA will be getting a couple of screens showing the film. I’d love to see it on the big screen. Though, I think I’d also love to see a “canon” Mutant Chronicles film too.

    I’m still having trouble with the new look Venusian Rangers that FFG are selling. The Rangers were the reason I bought MC stuff in the first place. The art on them was sweet.

  2. I hope that LA will be getting a couple of screens showing the film. I’d love to see it on the big screen. Though, I think I’d also love to see a “canon” Mutant Chronicles film too.

    I’m still having trouble with the new look Venusian Rangers that FFG are selling. The Rangers were the reason I bought MC stuff in the first place. The art on them was sweet.

  3. I’m told that a Hollywood premiere is in the works, and I might even make my way out there for the fun.

    As you point out, one interesting thing this year is how much the Mutant Chronicles material has fractured into different pieces. They all have the same core, but each facet bears a different look.

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    I’m told that a Hollywood premiere is in the works, and I might even make my way out there for the fun.

    As you point out, one interesting thing this year is how much the Mutant Chronicles material has fractured into different pieces. They all have the same core, but each facet bears a different look.

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