Just received this message from independent filmmaker Christian Ackerman regarding his terrific zombie film: WISCONSIN PROJECT X, which we featured here at the Drive-In late last year. Check it out:
As of now, my horror film "Wisconsin Project X" is available on demand!
As of May 1st 2011, Bound By Blood, Die Cheerleader Die, and WI Project X are now available on VOD with the following cable/Satellite/IPTV operators, but for Verizon FiOs, these programs will start on 5/11. This list is sorted in descending order with affiliates with the largest VOD subs at the top. Note that CCSA refers to a consortium of cable companies based in Canada. For Verizon FiOs, these programs will start on 5/11 and will be carried for 150 days.
For List of providers: http://www.angelfire.com/film/acksflicks/wpxondemand.html
The main message to push here is that these titles are now available On Demand starting May 1st and will run for 90 days with the following operators: Verizon FiOs (5/11 and for 150 days), Charter, AT&T U-Verse, Rogers (Canada), Dish VOD, Mediacom, Cogeco (Canada), Suddenlink, RCN, Eastlink Communications (Canada) and Bresnan. There isn't really a channel per se. It's going to be the OnDemand Channel for whatever operator. Most remotes now have a button that say "on demand" and it immediately takes you to the correct channel for the operator. In many cases it's going to be channel 0 or channel 1 or channel 1000. But it could be different throughout the country.
Thank you and let me know if you have any questions.