Continuum Motion Pictures Delivers Titles on DVD

LM_TaughtInColdBlood_CvrAContinuum Motion Pictures has begun releasing titles on DVD. Between the months of May 2017 beginning with the Leomark co-release of Taught and Cold Blood, Continuum will begin releasing over 30 titles on DVD. These titles will be distributed into the online stores of Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Other online DVD retailers such as DVD Planet will also carry the films. The deal securing the DVD platforms was negotiated by Continuum’s CEO Danny Torres.

In June 2017 Continuum will release six titles. These will include Through the Looking Glass, The Worst Movie Ever!!!, Turtle Hill Brooklyn, Ares 11, Harvest Moon and the Continuum release of Taught in Cold Blood.

June 13 Continuum Motion Picture Releases
Additional releases will also occur online with the Continuum Presents series of short film collections of Drama, Horror and Zombies. Other online releases include the release of P.O.V. a horror film from the UK and the release of the award winning scifi/thriller A Man Called Nereus. 

Check back here for more release DVD release information.

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Continuum Motion Pictures Options Star Rehab

Bret Kofford writer

Bret Kofford writer

Star Rehab written by Bret Kofford has been optioned by Continuum Motion Pictures producers Danny Torres and Jason Durdon. Bret Kofford was previously a writer on the late 80s comedy television series Sledge Hammer! Star Rehab is set to go into production early 2015.

Continuum Motion Pictures has over 100 films and television shows in distribution with over 40 of the films currently scheduled for distribution through eOne’s platforms. These platforms include Amazon Prime, DVD, Xbox, Playstation, Google play, iTunes and more. Continuum has recently moved into international sales.

Producers Danny Torres and Jason Durdon have been working with Bret over the last year over many concepts. Star Rehab will represents Continuum Motion Pictures first official foray into comedy. Continuum’s previous productions have been thrillers such as Mano a Mano directed by Danny Torres, Taught in Cold Blood directed by P. David Miller and horror directed by Jason Durdon. Additionally the Continuum Motion Pictures team has been involved with many productions in the US and around the world.

Star Rehab is currently scheduled to be directed by Kirk D. Anderson who has worked with the Continuum team for many years as a producer and VP of Acquisitions.

Continuum Motion Pictures Distributes Films From Around the World

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Posters, a set on Flickr.

Continuum Motion Pictures distributes films from around the world. Here is a small sampling of some of their posters.

Executive producers for Continuum Motion Pictures are Danny Torres, and Jason Durdon.

Continuum distributes on Dish, DirecTV, on the Matriarch TV App for iphones and iPads, and more.

Since the original posting of this blog, Continuum Motion Pictures now has the rights to distribute over 100 films and televsion shows. These shows include UK Haunted, The Jazz Network, and our first animated series MasterFreak Theatre from the creator Jim Lujan.  This growth is field by the efforts of Continuum Motion Pictures CEO Danny Torres who is also the CoCEO of MCTV (Matriarch Continuum Television).

2014 will be brining many changes to the MCTV/Continuum Motion Pictures distribution platforms. Our reach is growing as is the library films we represent.

 

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Continuum Motion Pictures Nico Wolf Music Video directed by Danny Torres & Jason Durdon

 

Continuum Motion Pictures producers Danny Torres and Jason Durdon have been working together for years. This music video directed by both Danny Torres and Jason Durdon became a passion. Nico Wolf an amazing artist fighter herself finds words in music to express the battle that most people fight in an effort to reach their dreams.

 

Nico Wolf: Music Video “Screw You”

Continuum Motion Pictures Discusses The Difficulties of The Industry

 

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It is not new years, but in so many ways it feels like it is. I am sitting here tired of the old and feeling the exhaustion of the year before, and at the same time excited about what is coming. We have spent a year putting content together for the various distribution platforms that we now release on. We have spoken to hundreds of people, We have nearly wrapped post on two of our own features, and produced countless pieces of content for ourselves other, changed the websites to keep up with the changes, reached out on social networks, stayed on some and let others fall by the wayside. It is safe to say I am exhausted. I think any filmmaker knows how this feels. Yet while you are releasing a film, you begin the journey into the next.

And that is where we have now stepped. With distribution in place, films completed, films in distribution, we begin the journey into the new.

This includes new members of the team, new projects and more importantly a new way of seeing things, based in the experience of the old.

We work with many wonderful people and there are still one or two haters out there, who we told no too, and well do what haters do. I guess they don’t go away, but they have proven that they also don’t matter.

As we move into this journey at another level now, we see others struggle in manners identical to our own struggle. Maybe the being a filmmaker, comes with a standard set of struggles, problems, haters and disbelievers. Sometime its family, I have been fortunate in this area, I enjoy the support of my wife and two sons, as well as every member of my family. I guess I am lucky that way.

I know that many people are suffering to make it in the film industry. I see it every day. I know that some of you are even sleeping in your cars, and/or missing meals. I even know some of you who have lost homes and been evicted. All I can say is don’t quit. Once you have made the decision to be a filmmaker, then there is not much more out there in life that will make you happy.

I have seen people who have quit and I watch them constantly try and show what they have given up or spend their time talking about being on the set. I know some of you will not make it, because in your minds it is always someone standing in the way of your success.

To those that blame others I cannot give advice. To other, I can say this. Do not quit. Its better than anything else out there. I love movies and I love those who want to truly make them.

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Continuum Motion Pictures

 

Response To A Stalker: By Danny Torres Continuum Motion Pictures

When I was in the fourth grade, I did something stupid. My teacher, in an effort to instruct my class on how to properly write correspondence, had everyone write a letter to a sixth grader. I was randomly assigned a particular student who was a bit unusual, but overall a nice kid who had never done a thing to me in my life. I, in an attempt to be funny or playful or perhaps not even knowing what else to write, proceeded to compose a letter to this student where I called him weird, odd and an assortment of other things that were honestly, mean and undeserved. Two days later, my teacher started the day by lecturing to my class about what had happened, though she refused to name the student who had written the letter. She stated she wanted everyone to know about this act of cruelty and that she would deal with the offending student later in private. As she continued on explaining how what I had done was wrong, I raised my hand, and then simply said aloud, “I did it.” I ended up apologizing to my teacher, the student, and the student’s teacher. I don’t know or remember why I wrote the letter and I don’t know or remember why I admitted to my class that I was the one who did it, and to this day, I regret any harm I may have done to that student. But the two things I learned that day were—one, learn to treat others well; and two, my teacher respected me for having the willingness to admit to my mistake.

 

As you may or may not know, there is currently an individual anonymously posting things about me online under the guise of different people. I know who the individual is, but I will not name them here or at any point publicly because frankly, what purpose would that serve? Would it not just maintain a perpetual circle of malice? In the film industry, you will come across a lot of people, some of whom you will love and some of whom you wish to part ways with as you simply don’t mesh. But unfortunately, there are times that you meet people who have become embittered and hardened by the difficulty of this industry, and in truth, it is hard. To quote Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own, “It’s supposed to be hard. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would do it.” But unfortunately, rather than just continue pushing forward, people feel the need to place their anger, frustration, and dissatisfaction on whatever or whomever they feel has wronged them, whether legitimate or not.

 

Gossip and innuendo can be fun for people. There are magazines, websites, and TV shows that all profit off the gossip of many a famous people. Now, I am certainly not famous, far from it, but I do understand that part of human nature that derives some type of satisfaction from seeing a person being torn down, giving way to a dark sentiment inside of us that secretly says, “my life’s not great but at least I’m doing better than that person.” And yet, the same people willing to tear you down are the same people that perhaps once sung your praises. I can’t speak for everyone, but I rather learn about people by speaking with them and meeting with them than by judging them based on what I read in a magazine, or saw on some news show, or, God forbid, read about them on the Internet.

 

Now, with my particular situation, am I to assume that this person thinks that my success is growing to the point where he or she needs to spend as much time and effort to try and debase me? Or do they simply not trust that when people meet me, or speak with me on the phone, or interact with me in any manner, they can’t make a judgment for themselves as to whether or not they wish to work with me? If anyone ever wishes to ask me about my dealings in the industry or the business relationships I have taken part of, I’d be more than willing to have an open, honest conversation. I’m not hard to reach.

 

 

Now, I don’t wish to address anything written about me because honestly, it’s not worth dignifying. However, there is one matter I do wish to say something about and it is this—I was once accused of taking a sum of money from an investor with a time, place and amount stated. I’d just like to be on the record of saying that I love telling that story because at the accused time, I was in the sixth grade living on the other side of the country. That’s the fun of the Internet—anyone can write anything about anyone. In the words of Mark Twain, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.” Then again, he also said, “Most of what’s on the Internet is true.”

 

And finally, to the person who keeps writing things about me, I just have this last thing to say to you: Thank you. Thank you for spending so much time thinking about me and my company and my business partners. It’s nice to know that I have not been forgotten. I’m sorry for the fact that I can’t pay you the same compliment, outside of writing this, as I spend my time, energy, and day working on moving my company forward by producing more movies and helping other filmmakers have the opportunity to distribute their films to the public. I honest to God wish you the best of luck on your own projects when you finally decide to spend your time working on those, instead of trying to defame my reputation. By posting on the Internet. Anonymously. Like a fourth grader would.

 

Message to our Internet Stalker from Continuum Motion Pictures

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Open message to our internet stalker: Just want to acknowledge the years of internet creative writing that you have done. We also want you to know that everyone we work with is aware of it. That is a lot of people. It is funny you use fake emails and fake names, even pretending to be female in your writing. People know the truth and they know who you are, including your name and project. People know we make movies and get them out,  which is why they still work with us. More importantly, they know we treat people well and would never post anything anonymously about them on the internet. We would never pretend we were someone else.  We are proud of the Continuum Pictures name, which is why we use it everywhere.