4). What's in Store for the first half of 2018?
a). Release Activities: January will see the theatrical release of "BLOODFEAST" - delayed since July due to MPAA re-cut needs. February will see a massive placement of DVDs and BluRays for "BATTLECREEK" (street date Feb. 6). That same week, on Friday (Feb. 9), HHSE will commence the initla theatrical launch of "DEATH HOUSE" to theatres. In April, three titles will be released via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (including "DAISY WINTERS" ; in May, HHSE will release "THE RIOT ACT" to theatres and Cinedigm will release DVD's and BluRays of "THE LENNON PROJECT" for the Company. Other titles in queue for theatrical and / or home video during the first half of 2018 include "MUSE", "INSOMNIUM", "IDENTITY CRISIS", "SLEEPER CELL", "DINOSAURS OF THE JURASSIC" and "SACRED HEARTS" (all but the last title were planned for 2017, but delayed during the Crimson merger pursuit).
b). Corporate Governance: HHSE will be re-filing a Form 10 Registration with two full years of audits (2016 and 2017) early this coming year, during the first few weeks; the CPA review is already underway and much of the documentation and procedural steps for the audit were already assembled during 2017 while planning for the Crimson merger. We feel that a registration of the shares and the subsequent uplist to OTC:QB will attract more investors and some institutional funds... resulting in a higher anticipated daily trading volume, and a predicted much higher HHSE stock price (based on business results, industry fundamentals and the proven power of Shareholder Enthusiasm).
c). New Ventures - With Sony and Cinedigm handling selected HHSE releases, our management time can be redirected towards theatrical releases, higher-end acquisitions (including productions) and our VODWIZ streaming venture. As will be seen in our 2017 filings, theatrical release activities are the engine that is now driving HHSE revenues in all other arenas. Theatrical titles get more shelf space and priority placement when released to home video; theatrical titles get larger license fees from Netflix and Television licensors; and theatrical titles provide two direct revenue streams for HHSE in the form of both servicing fees and revenue participations. The current mass merchant and key video retail support for "BATTLECREEK" evidences the sales boost that a targeted, limited theatrical release can deliver for the subsequent home video release. http://hannoverhousemovies.blogspot.com/2017/...w-and.html