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Princess and the Pony Released on DVD! Mega Python vs. Gatoroid This Weekend!

At long last, The Asylum's very first family film is released on DVD today! Check out my link-chronology below to get all the info Committed's ever published on the film, which is more than enough to get you up-to-date and amped. 

October 7, 2010 - 1st Furry Valentine is Princess and the Pony

October 11, 2010 - 1st Furry Valentine Wraps Production

December 10, 2010 - Princess and the Pony Gets a Poster

December 21, 2010 - Princess and the Pony Trailer Released

January 6, 2011 - Inmate Profile: Rachel Lee Goldenberg

January 20, 2011 - Observation Notes: Princess and the Pony

In other news, perhaps even bigger, less needed-to-be-reported news, Princess and the Pony isn't the only Asylum production hitting our greedy little eyes this week; Saturday night brings the world television premiere of Mega Python vs Gatoroid on SyFy as part of a mini-marathon that also includes Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus and Mega Piranha. In addition to the clips already online, Entertainment Weekly's website scored an exclusive last-clip before the premiere. Nice of EW to run the clip, not so nice they call it "absurd." Seriously, this from the magazine that ran an article on The Room last week, a year and a half after anyone stopped caring, and also the magazine that considered Patricia Arquette's dead-eyed, marble-mouthed, robot-corpse character on "Medium" as the matriarch of "one of TV's finest families." So, you know, biiiiiiiig grain of salt with their opinions. Nevertheless, press is press and getting a shout-out in the biggest industry mag in the country is good no matter what they say. 

Only last night in NYC was the world premiere for MPvG held at the historic Ziegfield Theatre. Jump over here for some iPhone photos of the event taken by one David Michael Latt, as well as a link to some more professional shots.

So go out today and support the Asylum by renting Princess and the Pony at your local video store or Redbox thingamajig, or add it to your Netflix cue and check it out in six months or so when it gets to you. Then, if you don't already have plans for the MPvG premiere (and you live on the West Coast), you can watch it live along with me via the Mega-Marathon Blogfest! Mega Live! starting this Saturday, January 29th, at 5p.m. PST.

Bonne Observation!

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