Last Friday, Graphic Sexual Horror was finally up on Amazon for digital download and VOD. Yesterday morning, I got this email from our digital distributor:"We just spoke with Amazon, who unfortunately need to pull the film from their storefront given some explicit issues. We will keep you posted on Netflix and everything else. Thanks very much."
Thanks to all of you who rented and watched the film, we were on Amazon's top 10 list of both documentary and independent films for the days it was available.
The DVD release also had to be put off until summer because Warner Distribution refused to carry it on "moral" grounds. The DVD release is planned for this summer.
If any of you want to let Amazon.com know that you would like to see the film, please let them know at this link:
Netflix has it listed, but it is not yet available. add it to your Netflix queue to improve chances that it will be available there soon.
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An Atlanta judge found three defendants in the Atlanta Eagle gay bar case not guilty Thursday, and the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the charges against the other five defendants.
Municipal Judge Crystal Gaines said city police failed to produce evidence proving that men danced naked without permits or that the bar operators were running an unlicensed adult establishment.
The decision comes as defendants and others involved with the Ponce de Leon Avenue bar are countering with a lawsuit in federal court against the city and Atlanta police officers.
"We always thought from the beginning that we were charged for no reason," bar co-owner Richard Ramey, who was not a defendant, said after the decision. "They had no right to be there," he said of the police.
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