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The Top 9 Indies To Watch on VOD This April

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire April 3, 2012 at 1:11PM

Indiewire has weeded through the films hitting VOD this April to bring you the nine indies to look out for. You'll find everything from a found-footage horror film to the latest documentary from Morgan Spurlock that delves into the world of Comic-Con. Here are the nine indie films to watch on VOD this April, in alphabetical order.  

"Confessions of an Eco-Terroist" (April 15)

Think eco-themed documentaries are all talk and no action? Think again. "Confessions of an Eco-Terroist" offers an intimate look at eco-activist Peter Jay Brown and his motley crew, as they take to the high seas with their pirate flag to take on seal hunters and the like.

"God Bless America" (April 6)

While we don't condone the actions of Frank, the protagonist in the latest from comedian and filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait ("Sleeping Dogs Lie"), we fully support this subsersive, ultra-violent satire. In the controversial film, Joel Murray ("The Cable Guy") plays Frank, a divorced, recently fired and possibly terminally ill man, who takes it upon himself to rid America of dumb, bigoted people. So what does he do? Buy a gun and start hunting them down, of course. He's joined by high-school student Roxy (breakout Tara Lynne Barr), who shares his rage.

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