Fangoria's Unique Premiere for 'Porno' Will Allow Viewers to Support Theaters from Home


Fangoria's gory horror-comedy Porno was originally slated to premiere in theaters tomorrow, April 10th, but due to the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide closure of movie theaters, Fangoria was forced to change their plans and have come up with a very unique idea that'll allow viewers to support select movie theaters from the comfort of their living room with a special virtual premiere.


Deadline details the premiere, "From 12:00 AM [on April 10th], screenings will be hosted online where viewers can select a movie theater they want to support, and then purchase online tickets via Vimeo. Tickets are $12 a piece and will last for 48 hours after purchase. The window will run until May 1 before the movie heads onto VOD May 8."


The list of participating theaters includes Gateway Film Center (Columbus, OH), FilmBar (Phoenix, AZ), The Frida Cinema (Santa Ana, CA), PFS at The Roxy (Philadelphia, PA), Screenland Armour (Kansas City, MO), and select Alamo Drafthouse markets.


In Porno, "A group of seemingly wholesome young movie theatre employees are tempted and terrorized by a sex demon. And, when the five teen employees discover a mysterious old film hidden in its basement, they unleash an alluring succubus who gives them a sex education … written in blood."


Film School Rejects called the film "a dick-rippin' good time" in their review and I was sold.


The SXSW favorite stars Evan Daves, Larry Saperstein, Jillian Mueller, Glenn Stott, Robert Tann, Bill Phillips, Katelyn Pearce, and Peter Reznikoff.


Keola Racela directed from a screenplay by Matt Black and Laurence Vannicelli.


Porno is expected to begin streaming on Shudder later this year.



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