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XLrator Media Offering MOD Titles Through Allied Vaughn

4 Apr, 2017 By: Stephanie Prange



Independent distributor XLrator Media has announced a partnership with manufactured-on-demand disc company Allied Vaughn to make its new-release and catalog titles available through online retailers, including Amazon.com, Walmart.com and BestBuy.com.

XLrator’s first five offerings will be released May 2, and consumers can pre-order them on DVD or Blu-ray Disc from online retailers. The slate of releases includes The Curse of Sleeping Beauty, a dark new vision of the classic Brothers Grimm adventure; The Last Heist, starring Henry Rollins in the story of a bank heist that descends into violent chaos when one of the hostages turns out to be a serial killer; Camino, about a war photographer on assignment in Colombia who ends up on the run fighting for her story and her life; Pandemic, about a virus that has overtaken the planet and a medical team that ventures out to find the remaining uninfected survivors in Los Angeles; and The Windmill, about a group of tourists who awaken a mysterious evil during a trip through the Dutch countryside.

Allied Vaughn manufactures DVDs and Blu-rays in response to consumer demand. Titles ship to customers, usually within one business day, according to the press release.

“Allied Vaughn proved to be the solution we needed to service the segment of our consumer base that continues to buy and collect physical media,” stated XLrator Media CEO Barry Gordon. “Their turn-key operation, and the reach they provide, will ensure fans of our labels will be able to own our programs on DVD or Blu-ray.”

“XLrator Media represents the best-quality genre films available on digital platforms today,” said Allied Vaughn President Doug Olzenak. “We’re excited to bring these collectible films to consumers on DVD and Blu-ray on demand and always available for fans that love XLrator films.”

XLrator’s genre labels include Macabre (horror), Turbo (action/adventure), LifeFrame (documentaries), Pace (multicultural programming) and Bumper Car (kids and family).


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