Screenings for POSTAL Movie Slated for New York and Chicago


March 26, 2008

Tucson, AZ: Prior to its long-awaited national rollout on May 23, Uwe Boll’s cinematic rendition of Running With Scissors’ POSTAL video game franchise will be shown at special screenings in major American cities, starting with New York and Chicago.

The Big Apple preview will take place at 8PM (EST), April 1st at the Tribeca Film Center (founded by Robert DeNiro and Jane Rosenthal and home to the famous Tribeca Film Festival).“As a born-and-bred New York boy, I’m really looking forward to this event,” admitted Running With Scissors CEO Vince Desi.“I’m very happy with what Uwe has done with this film, so I’m proud to see it showcased in my home town. Plus I get some good pizza and Italian ice.”

Desi and auteur de farce Uwe Boll will both be bringing along their egos for a Q&A following the screening. The kings of multi-media controversy will take unscreened questions from the audience. The Chicago screening will follow on Thursday, April 3rd, 7PM (CST) at the Lake Street Screening Room at 70 E Lake St.

RWS is offering New York-based fans a chance to win one of five pairs of guest tickets to the Tribeca screening through a Facebook promotion. Anyone who joins the POSTAL Facebook Fan Page and leaves a wall post related to the film before March 28th is eligible to win.

The poster included with this press release is the second in an ongoing series of Running With Scissors one-sheet style movie posters being produced to celebrate the release of Postal-The Movie.

For more information on the upcoming POSTAL Movie, Postal games and gear, as well as updates on the development of POSTAL III visit our new expanded site and be sure to visit for in-depth coverage ofthe RWS scene.

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