08 September, 2008

One Day Removals - Now on Sale

Fun news for all the millions of film fans after a copy of our new movie. 'One Day Removals,' is now on sale for a limited period, via our online store - here.

The dvd is the same one being sent out to every film agent/distributor and their cat at the moment, so it's a good time to see it in it's original state. The movie features a director's commentary, outtakes and a novelty Easter egg - don't you just love those.

The DVD is PAL only at the moment, but it is region free. So, if you do have a machine that plays PAL, you have no excuse not to buy it - and I'll be sitting outside your window checking to see if you have (or was that Manhunter?)

17 comments:

mark stirton said...

I saw this film the other day and it's clearly the best Scottish comedy ever made. And I hear the director is very attractive and witty. I'd buy this today if I were you!

Sincerely,

John Smith

mark stirton said...

D'oh!

allen said...

Hey with an endorsement like that, I gotta see it! Thanks John.:)

Kerwin said...

I agree with John, this is the best film I have ever seen.

John Doe.

Michael G Clark said...

I like know this dude that makes films and stuff and he's like made a like movie and junk. err dude.

Oh I've failed too. Buy our movie it's ace.

allen said...

John, John and, er...um...Michael...glad you guys like the movie so much. Me and a few guys flew to Scotland and shot the movie. It was a lot of fun. We blew things up and cussed a lot. The Director, Mark, was a sweet man and a great host. Rare steak and dark beer every night. Kerwin would then read us bed time stories and tuck us all in with blankies and shots of Bailies or Scotch or pure grain alcohol. Sometimes, ALL THREE in a big cold glass with crushed ice. Then in the morning, Mark would serve us the biggest breakfast spread we'd ever seen complete with Boo Berry cereal, eggs, hash browns, hagus, more rare steak and panckes with his very secret blueberry syrup concoction and, of course, coffee with a shot of brandy that he aged in oak barrels in his basement or back yard or some such place and we'd contemplate making a movie in the states in a forest where everything would go wrong and the sky would never deliver rain, except when we weren't shooting, but that would be okay because we would go through thousands of gallons of water and make our own rain. Sigh...tis but a pipe dream. Later, we would drag Michael behind a blue van and he would scream, scream, scream like a baby and we'd just laugh. Ahhh...good times...wait...ah crap. That's the movie you guys made. Ah FART!

Michael G Clark said...

Wow, cheers Allen, you guy's have made a really great picture in Scotchland. Is it true you had to make a computer graphic beard for Scott Ironside?

allen said...

Yes...it's true. After the storm blew through Tunisia, Qui Gons' er, Scotts beard was lost so we...

All right! I confess! I had nothing to do with REMOVALS! I'm a sham! (hangs head low and contemplates leaving work early for the local bar).

On a serious note, tho. I have access to a DVD player that should work with your format. Looking forward to it. What drink would you recommend I have whist watching REMOVALS?

mark stirton said...

Something stiff.

Michael G Clark said...

I'll get a copy out to you soon as possible Allen. That stiff drink is a must.

allen said...

Yeah, it's stiff...but is it Scotch, brandy, whiskey, cheap wine or Steel Beer? Help a guy here...


:)

what is the flavor?

mark stirton said...

Stick to whiskey. It's both stiff and Scottish - like me.

allen said...

whiskey it is!

allen said...

wait...Mark is Scottish? I knew he was stiff, but...

mark stirton said...

Fuck aye min.

Anonymous said...

classic film....great to laugh at the local lingo please make more roon here its an afa laugh to here oorsels better than an oor willie,

Anonymous said...

Simply hilarious Watched around 6 times and still laugh. Mrs Brown eat your pinnie and Patrick you look good without yours.