If you've been following All Things Fangirl for a while, then you know we are big fans of the film Alien Trespass. I've seen the film three times now and we've had the pleasure of interviewing and interacting with various cast members as well as R.W. Goodwin during Trespass' publicity tour. I think I just made up a phrase. Publicity tour? That's not a thing. Is it? Anyway.
We all really want this film to succeed both because of how original and lovely the film is and because the people behind the camera, especially Goodwin, are so creative & sweet, they deserve only the best.
You can find our review of Alien Trespass here, and our other AT coverage here.
Below is a video We Are Movie Geeks posted from NY Comic Con that I definitely recommend checking out and if you head over to Io9, you can watch a exclusive clip from the film, featuring Dan Lauria. Here, you can find an interview with R.W. Goodwin from AMC.
Here's a piece the NY Times did on the film this past weekend, (click to enlarge), which you can read in non-scanned form here.
Finally, after the jump, the list of theaters showing Alien Trespass! Hope you guys all get to see it this weekend!
Shattuck Cinemas 10 (Berkeley)
Mann Chinese 6 (Hollywood)
Osio Plaza 6 (Monterey)
Camelot Theatre 3 (Palm Springs)
Cinemas Palme D’Or (Palm Desert)
Aquarius 2 (South Peninsula Art)
Playhouse 7 Cinemas (Old Town 1)
Hillcrest Cinemas (Art)
Bridge Theatre (Art)
Stonestown Twin (Stonestown)
Nickelodeon Theatres (Santa Cruz Art)
Monica 4 Plex (Santa Monica Art)
Mayan Theatre (Boulevard)
Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema (Near North)
CineArts 6 (Evanston)
Kendall Square Cinema (Cambridge)
Uptown Theatre (Hennepin Ave)
Tivoli Theatre (Central Art)
Village Square 18 (West)
High Ridge Theatre 8 (Four Hills Hiridge)
De Vargas Mall 6 (Santa Fe)
Angelika Film Center 6 (Village)
Chelsea Cinema 9 (Chelsea)
Empire 25 Theaters (42nd Street)
Fox Tower 10 (Downtown)
Ritz at the Bourse (Philadelphia)
Warrington Crossing 22 (Warrington)
Arbor Cinemas at Great Hills (North)
Dobie Theatre (Dobie)
Magnolia Theatre (Art Core)
Angelika Film Center (Angelika)
Angelika Film Center and Cafe (Plano Art)
Shirlington 7 (Falls Church)
Cinema Art Theatre (Fairfax)
Sehome 3 Cinemas (Bellingham)
Meridian 16 (Downtown)
Metro Cinemas (U District)
E Street Cinema (Union Station)
Sundance Cinemas 608 (Madison/Central)
Oriental Theatre (Downtown)
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