LA Times reviews Falcon Song.

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“old-fashioned intrigue…(the Director) achieves his desired retro aesthetic” – LOS ANGELES TIMES

“Falcon Song is modest, charming, and relatively subversive in the context of contemporary American film.” — LA WEEKLY

Read the LA Times Review: http://lat.ms/1k1Ccp7

Read the LA Weekly Review: http://bit.ly/1kk54Y

 

Falcon Song set for release across North America.

Falcon Song will be released across North America via all major Cable OnDemand and VOD platforms.

Starting in May 2014, US Audiences will be able to see Falcon Song via Time Warner CableIn DemandComcastCox CableCablevision,TVNAT&TVerizonDirect TVDish NetworkLodgeNetiTunesMicrosoft XboxAmazon Instant VideoCinemaNow, Netflix, and more.

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Corgan Pictures will represent Richard S. Robinson’s “The Graveyard Feeder” at the 2013 American Film Market.

Corgan Pictures will represent Richard S. Robinson’s “The Graveyard Feeder” at the 2013 American Film Market. The film stars Sean Bridgers (Deadwood) and has garnered incredible traction on the horror film festival circuit. Recent official selections include; Telluride Horror Show, Dead By Dawn, Celluloid Screams, and more.

‘With an open ended finale, this Sam Raimi-esque romp leaves viewers hungry for more madcap mayhem from this father-son monster-slaying duo.” – Patrick Dolan Rue Morgue Magazine

The Graveyard Feeder Poster

 

Falcon Song begins pre-production

Jason Corgan Brown’s feature film entitled “Falcon Song” is now in pre-production. Following the cult success of “Nightfur”, Corgan Pictures quickly secured funding for the feature length, 1980’s style contemporary western. The ensemble cast will feature Rainey Qualley (Miss Golden Globe 2012), Gabriel Sunday (Archie’s Final Project), Martin Kove (Karate Kid, Rambo: First Blood), James Storm (Dark Shadows), Hart Turner, Michael Yebba (RIPD), and Jeter Rhodes (Nightfur). Variety announcement forthcoming in print and online.