If you are in the US, catch The Clinic this month!
Showtimes for June 2012 are (in EST):
Sunday, June 3, 4:20 PM
Tuesday, June 5, 4:00 AM
Friday, June 15, 12:10 PM
Thursday, June 28, 5:25 PM
For more detailed information, go to Showtime’s page.
Congratulations to The Clinic for being shown on television!
Tabrett Bethell has been nominated in the 2012 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards for her role in The Clinic. The following is from Fangoria’s website:
While the majors struggled to give us enough fright features worthy of best-of-the-year nominations, 2011 offered a bloody good crop of indie releases—so many that for the first time, we’ve established a Best Foreign-Language Film category to honor them all. (As usual, we’re holding off on citing a few films, like A LONELY PLACE TO DIE, until they receive wider U.S. disc exposure.) And we’ve expanded to six nominees per category to include all the fine work on screen last year. Now it’s time for you to name your favorites.
E-mail your choices—one list only per person, please—to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please be sure to vote in all categories; personal e-mails only, no mass ballots.
Deadline for ballots is April 25; winners will be announced in Fango #315, on sale in June, and at this site the same month.
Tabrett Bethell, THE CLINIC
Rose Byrne, INSIDIOUS
Amanda Fuller, RED WHITE & BLUE
Josie Ho, DREAM HOME
Bailee Madison, DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK
Pollyanna McIntosh, THE WOMAN
We want to express our heartfelt remorse to the family of Andy Whitfield who are grieving his passing. Tabrett starred opposite Andy in “The Clinic”.
In March 2010, Whitfield was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and began undergoing treatment immediately in New Zealand. This delayed production of season two of Spartacus: Blood and Sand. While waiting for Whitfield’s treatment and expected recovery, the network produced a six-part prequel, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, with only a brief uncredited voiceover from the actor. Although declared cancer-free only two months later, he suffered a recurrence of the disease later in the year and was ultimately forced to leave the role.
Whitfield died of non-Hodgkin lymphoma on 11 September 2011, 18 months after his cancer diagnosis.The actor’s manager, Sam Maydew, and Whitfield’s wife, Vashti, issued a statement confirming his death in Sydney, Australia. He is survived by his wife and two children.
Starz will be airing two “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” season 1 marathons. Beginning at 9:00 P.M. on Sunday, October 2,2011 the tribute includes fan favorite episodes to showcase his most memorable performances. And then the network is set to re-air the entire season of the series on December 16, 2011.
The best way to support Andy’s legacy and support his family would be to buy your own DVD copies of “The Clinic” and “Spartacus: Blood and Sand season 1”.
Clinic’s release is now moved up to August 9, according to Fangoria’s website. They have a brief article about the movie. All North American fans of Tabrett (and Andy Whitfield for that matter) need to be sure to buy their copy. You can pre-order at Amazon as well.
For full list of all countries where The Clinic is available, visit this blog.
The Clinic (staring Tabrett Bethell and Andy Whitfield) can now be pre-ordered at Amazon.com for US and Canada, for release August 16, 2011.
This is good news everybody! Order yours today and support our favorite actress.
Update: Release has been moved up to August 9 in North America. For full list of all available countries, visit this blog.
Follow the link here to Blockbuster’s Australian site page on The Clinic. It doesn’t appear to be available on Bluray.
According to the movie’s Facebook page, The Clinic is scheduled for Australian DVD release on February 17, 2011.
You can also pre-order a copy online, however that site says its release date is February 23, 2011. Universal Pictures is listed as the studio (nice!).
Either way — if you live Down Under — pick up a copy and support our favorite leading lady.
Hope it sells out!
Relates post: Clinic DVD release date
The New York Film Festival is showing The Clinic at the Film Society of Lincoln Center‘s Walter Reade Theater, located in Manhattan. It will be shown on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. Tickets are on sale for $12.00 (here). This is not the first time The Clinic has been shown in New York, but go out and support Tabrett even if you’ve seen it already. And if you haven’t, this is a great opportunity. I don’t think tickets are sold out yet (as they were for both of Screamfest’s showings), so buy them quick.
The short article that Herald Sun (an Australian newspaper) wrote about Tabrett Bethell surfaced after I found the picture of Tabrett that it featured. It was published July 27, 2010. Back then we only had the picture and half the first paragraph. Now we have the full article (thanks to Necros). It is short, but any word from Tabrett is a treasure…
Here is the first review of The Clinic from Bloody-Disgusting.com.