Friday, November 6, 2009

Buy your DVDs from Wolfe







Do you know that ImageOut gets a small commission when you buy your DVDs from the Wolfe website? Through Wolfe's festival affiliation program, ImageOut gets a percentage of sale when the buyer connects to Wolfe via the link provided on our website. Click here for more information.

A few of the titles from our 2009 Festival lineup are already available for DVD pre-order. Both Eating Out 3 and Make the Yuletide Gay are being released on DVD on 11/10.

Expand your DVD collection and help ImageOut at the same time! Make your DVD purchases from Wolfe through ImageOut.

6 comments:

Stefan said...

I did that and ordered Make the Yuletide Gay and I already got it! maybe they sent it too early, I don't know! But I'm not complaining! ;)

Michael G said...

Oh wow! They're very good at making that "mistake." I think they underestimate the efficiency of the shipping courier.

Thanks Stefan for helping out.

Woody said...

I had the same happen with Where The World Mine last year. I wasn't displeased by that, though I'm sure the rights holder may have been. I doubt my copy here in NY had any impact on people seeing it during it's last showing in Florida anyway. (In fact, I know they sold at least 2 more tickets, since my ex and his current bf live there and went to see it on my recommendation.)

Bob said...

You're lucky Stefan.... I ordered my copy of Make The Yuletide Gay the day after we saw it, but haven't received it yet. I figure any day now.

Rob Williams said...

Today is the official release day for "Make The Yuletide Gay," so if you've ordered it, it should be arriving soon. If you haven't ordered it, what are you waiting for? :-) It's also available for purchase/rental on iTunes and for Instant Viewing on Netflix (though you don't get the DVD's numerous extra features that way). Thanks for supporting the movie, hope you all enjoy it!

Don Fischer said...

Wolfe actually starts shipping anything on their own label 2 weeks before street date to its mail order and web customers. They also do it on a few other titles where they have the studio permission. Were the World Mine is a Wolfe title, so you would have received it probably at least a week before you could buy it in a store. We have always done that with our own titles!