'Never Say Macbeth' Chosen As Film.com Movie Of The Week, Watch Entire Film Online For Free Until 8/3!

By: Jul. 29, 2009
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The comedy feature film, Never Say Macbeth - the first film about the curse of Macbeth - has been chosen as movie of the week on Film.com! Viewers can watch the entire film for free until August 3rd.

To view the film on Film.com, click here!

The Shakespeare play is considered jinxed, and has brought tragedy and bad luck to countless productions. In this hilarious supernatural comedy, a high school science teacher unwittingly invokes the curse, unleashing mayhem upon a troupe of actors. It's Waiting for Guffman meets Beetlejuice.

For audiences who prefer to watch movies on DVD - producers Joe Tyler Gold and Tammy Caplan have come up with an innovative way of reaching their audience in this tough economy. "We have come up with a Pay-What-You-Can offer where our audiences get to choose how much they want to pay for the movie. Viewers can simply buy the DVD on www.neoflix.com/store/GOL06/ and enter the coupon code PWYC followed by the number in dollars they would like to pay." For example, PWYC15 will cost $15, PWYC10 will cost $10, and PWYC5 will cost just $5.

For those who prefer to rent, the film is available on Netflix, Blockbuster.com, and iTunes.

Never Say Macbeth has received rave reviews:

"a brilliantly funny, entertaining, raucous, laugh-out loud, comedy"  - Debbie Lynn Elias, Movie Shark Deblore

"Awesome, entertaining, funny and brilliant ... one of the top two or three indie films I've reviewed in the last three years." - Duane L. Martin, Rogue Cinema

"A hilarious romp! A must see for any fan of theatre" - Independent Film Quarterly

This film features a strong cast of theatre actors including three that have appeared on Broadway - Linnea Liu Dakin (State Fair), Sam Zeller (Peter Pan), and Mark Deklin (The Lion King). Mark was also the fight director for Never Say Macbeth and the recent Broadway production of Cyrano de Bergerac starring Kevin Kline.

To view BroadwayWorld.com's exclusive peek at the one-minute trailer click HERE.

For more information on the film, visit www.neversaymacbeth.com.