Old news but worth repeating.
Echo Bridge Entertainment – the studio that brought you Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus – and Miramax have announced that they have entered into a domestic distribution deal, under which Echo Bridge will distribute 251 titles from the Miramax film library via DVD and Blu-ray to retailers around the country "utilizing Echo Bridge's unique merchandising and distribution techniques."
Miramax titles under the new partnership include the From Dusk Till Dawn trilogy, dramas such as Music of the Heart, Marvin's Room, Tsotsi and Becoming Jane, and select titles from the Hellraiser, Halloween, Pokemon and Children of the Corn franchises.
A week ago, Miramax had announced another distribution deal with Lionsgate and Studiocanal, involving "more than 550 titles" from the Miramax library, including Pulp Fiction and the Scream trilogy.
"These Miramax titles are fabulous additions to our home entertainment offerings," said Michael Rosenblatt, Chairman, President and CEO of Echo Bridge. "We're elated to partner with Mike Lang and the new Miramax team. We are all very excited about bringing these Miramax titles - many of which have tremendous star power and are cult classics - to audiences for their discovery and enjoyment."
"We are very pleased to partner with Michael Rosenblatt and the team at Echo Bridge on these titles, which in many cases have never been fully exploited," said Mike Lang, CEO of Miramax. "Our goal at Miramax is to work with the right partners to fully maximize every asset in our extraordinary film catalog across all platforms. We believe the Echo Bridge team will bring the right experience, execution and a strong entrepreneurial approach to our business, along with our other home entertainment partners."
Looking forward to these, especially Children of the Corn 2.