DALLAS, April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FrightpixTM, one of the most popular streaming services for horror movies, is proud to be an Associate Sponsor of the 10th Annual Texas Frightmare Weekend, arguably the nation's largest horror convention. A must-attend event for fright fans in the Southwest region and beyond, Texas Frightmare Weekend will be held on May 1-3 at the Hyatt Regency DFW. The event attracts thousands of horror enthusiasts, who will get to watch a preview of the horror movies available for free streaming at Frightpix prior to convention's film screenings.
"Frightpix is a long-time supporter of independent horror film productions, so sponsoring the Texas Frightmare Weekend is a natural fit for us," says David Fannon, Executive Vice President at Screen Media Ventures LLC, parent company to Frightpix. "For 10 years, the convention has given horror fans a great place to come together and celebrate the genre, enjoying classic films while discovering new favorites, which is very much in the spirit of Frightpix."
As an Associate Sponsor of this year's Texas Frightmare Weekend, Frightpix has given away 10 pairs of convention tickets to lucky horror fans. Amongst the more than fifty horror icons attending the convention are Josh Stewart from The Collector and The Puppet Master's Charles Band, both of which can be found on Frightpix. Other free titles available on Frightpix include The Attic starring Elisabeth Moss, as well as Dead Time Stories, Coffin Joe, The Toxic Avenger and many more independent horror titles.
Frightpix is an ad-supported platform. Each film includes pre-roll, spot ads and banner ads, offering content and advertising partners a great opportunity to connect with a next-generation audience that prefers to stream their content wherever and whenever they choose. Frightpix is available on Roku, Xbox 360, Android, iOS and the web. FrightpixTM is a trademark of Screen Media Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved.
FrightpixTM is a service of Screen Media Ventures LLC, a leading global independent motion picture distribution company with a broad distribution network that includes U.S. and international theatrical, home video, television, cable and new media distribution, with one of the largest independently owned motion picture libraries. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in New York City. Frightpix programming is available on multiple platforms, including Roku, Xbox 360, iOS, Android and the web. For more information, visit www.frightpix.com, www.popcornflix.com and www.popcornflixkids.com.