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The Hobbit, Mutants and Movies, Oh My, on Mutantville Mondays!

The Hobbit (2012)

We’ve been having a productive month here at MVP. We’ve been moving forward on bringing the DVDs of G.H.O.S.T. and Tales from Mutantville to the internet and hope to have them launched after the new year. We’ve been inundated with requests for screeners and the like and are temporarily unable to fill those requests until after DVD is released. Even as work on three projects wind down, work is going on behind the scenes on scripts for future productions, promotions and much more. We all made it out to see The Hobbit over the weekend so look for a full fledged Mutantville Players review to pop up on that soon. In short – we all loved it! Go see it with your family today!

Get the rest of your MVP update after the leap!

Speaking of promotions – we’ve begun fielding submissions for the upcoming Mad Monster Party Film Festival and they’re pretty kick

Happy Holidays from the Mutantville Players.

ass so far! Amidst all of this we’re doing our best to spend time with our families and enjoy the holidays here and there. Never fear for as we rest, the glitter coated elves of MVP are hard at work aboard the Mothership making MVP DVDs for all the good little mutant girls and boys of the multi-verse!

Stay tuned for more MVP news as it develops. Be sure to keep checking the Mad Monster Party fanpage and website to keep up to date with the latest guest developments!

The most recent episode of MVP Mutant Radio featured a double barreled review of Django Unchained and The Man with the Iron Fists. We released it early on Saturday, and it’s already been downloaded to homes across the globe. It always warms the cockles of my heart to think that our voices can go out to tickle brain-stems as far away as Taiwan, Australia, Sweden, Norway, Argentina and Chile!

Streebo recently did a guest spot on Exploited Cinema to talk Superfly. Check it out to hear three honkies talk jive about one of the greatest Blaxploitation flicks of all time – Superfly.


Exploited Cinema talks Superfly.

Be sure to check out Brento’s latest developments on Take That, Mosaic 33 and more over at Johnny Brento’s Ju Ju.

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