By Peter Knegt | Indiewire November 23, 2009 at 6:33AM
Oscilloscope Laboratories has announced a new DVD subscription club for its slate of releases entitled "Circle of Trust." For $150, subscribers can get the next 10 DVDs that the distributor releases, each arriving a week before the street date.
"There’s a real void in the marketplace since Columbia Record club is no longer active, so we’re hoping to hire a staff of tens of thousands to call our valuable membership over and over again and harass them until they cry," Adam Yauch, the "Minister Of Information" at Oscilloscope Laboratories told indieWIRE today.
Additionally, subscribers can buy film's from the company's back catalog at half price while they have the subscription.
"It is with pride and honor that we (those who forged the circle) have devised a way that you (the Chosen One) can enter the sacred realm and fulfill your true destiny," the press release for the "Circle of Trust" stated. "Until now, Mars was in the house of Neptune's second moon, and as such, you were prevented from journeying into this sacred cipher. Now, as worlds align, the chalice is within your grasp. Heed the omen, reach for the grail, let no man put asunder what has been ordained as yours. We await inside to break bread with you."
Oscilloscope's current slate of films includes "Burma VJ," "The Messenger," "The Exploding Girl," "No Impact Man," "Treeless Mountain" and "Unmistaken Child."