Dread Central broke the news this morning that The Orchard, a pioneering independent music and video distribution company operating in more than 26+ global markets, has entered into a long-term marketing and branding relationship with horror film web publisher Shock Till You Drop (a division of Crave Online and Evolve Media).
Says the site, the multi-year global pact will see the companies combine their resources to acquire and market contemporary horror films through all home video channels including digital and DVD.
The Orchard will use its expanding YouTube Multi-Channel Network Group to include Shock.
We’ll update you on any films that are acquired and released over the coming years.
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