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Order the DVD/Blu-ray/DVD+LP Limited Edition Now!

"MAKE-OUT with VIOLENCE" is now available on DVD and Blu-ray from Factory 25, as well as on Netflix. The DVD is available in two versions: a Standard Edition and a Limited Edition packaged in a LP sleeve containing an abridged Vinyl copy of The Non-Commissioned Officer's award-winning soundtrack to the film.

Click here to order your copy today!

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Purchase the 2-Disc / 44-Song Soundtrack!

The "MAKE-OUT with VIOLENCE" Original Soundtrack has arrived! With over 2 hours of music written and performed by The Non-Commissioned Officers, this 2-disc album is longer than the movie itself! The album also features The Glib, Leah High, Tristen, Amanda Crawford, The Ostrich Boys, and Vicki Mead.

You can purchase the soundtrack
for $15 (plus $2.55 shipping) by clicking here!

The soundtrack is also available at Grimey's New and Preloved Music (located here)
and at The Groove (located here) in Nashville.

Contact for more information.

Purchase the vinyl 7" Limited Edition UK EP!

The 45 RPM Limited Edition "MAKE-OUT with VIOLENCE EP" 7" is now available exclusively in the UK, courtesy of Make Mine Records. Side A of the EP contains the songs "No Means No" and "Frozen Tongue", side B contains "You Don't Even Know Her" and Anyway OK".

Though the EP is currently only available in the UK, you can order it online at the following links:

Make Mine Records

Rough Trade Shops

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HD MAKE-OUT with VIOLENCE Trailer on Vimeo. If the above video doesn't play, try it on Youtube


"Critics' Pick! Filled with clear, bright images and moments
of skewed genius." —Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times

"One of the best Indie Films of the decade!" —Cinematical

"A lyrical, surreal and deeply felt zombie movie that constantly
subverts and rethinks the genre." —Jim Ridley, Village Voice

"Haunting and heartfelt, a striking, impressive debut about love and loss, life and death, full of suburban strangeness and dark splendor." —James Rocchi, MSN Movies

"One of the Top 10 films of 2009!--it’s the American Graffiti of Zombie love stories."
—Tim Anderson,

"Head-scratchingly unique!" —Ronnie Scheib, Variety

"Not your average zombie movie... a quirky meditation on
childhood's end, emotional bonds and the nature of love."
—Steve Dollar, The Wall Street Journal


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