I’ve been wanting to see the anti-fed adventure movie Silver Circle since I first heard of it.
The trailers looked pretty cool.
The USA is rocked by utter economic and currency collapse. A group of rebels fight back against the Federal Reserve, provoking an investigation that winds through action, romance, and conspiracy to reveal the true root of corruption.
Wow yeah. That sounds awesome.
Alas, the producers declined to make a copy available for this potential reviewer (pooh!). Or anybody for a long, long time. First it seemed there were years of delays in completing the thing (hey, that’s Hollywood). Then they kept sending invitations to travel to places 1,500 or 2,500 miles away where folks on their e-list could view! the exciting! new! film! at a one-off screening.
Maybe some of you got a look at it at PorcFest or a con. Me, no. 🙁 And not being the reincarnation of Roger Ebert, I had no clout for getting a copy of the thing. So I defaulted to ignoring it and sulking in a corner.
I still think it sounds like a cool film.
Now they’ve announced that Silver Circle has gone online via iTunes and other e-venues. One of those is Amazon. Rent it using that link and you’ll send a few bits of silver my way. You can also get the graphic novel in paperback or Kindle versions on Amazon.
Because my ‘Net connection is too slow for good streaming, I still have to wait for some old-fashioned thing (I think they used to be called “DVDs”) before I can view the film. So I’m returning to my long sulk in the corner, this time with my lower lip pooched out and trembling pathetically. (Do I sound a little whiny? Yes? Well you see, that’s because I AM.)
But I still think it looks like a seriously cool movie.