How can I see this movie?


Hey there, I live in the U.S., specifically in Kansas City. My question is: How can I see this movie? Is it on DVD, maybe a compilation of shorts or something? I'm a big fan of Gaiman, and this is going to drive me nuts until I see it!

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Yep, it's available on DVD. You probably won't find it in most stores, but Amazon.com has it. (The DVD also features Neil's 'Live at the Aladdin' benefit performance. So there's actually a few hours of bonus material to pad out the thirty minute film.)

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You can also find it at Netflix, if you're not looking to buy.

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You might try checking it out of your library system too. That's what I'm doing. :)
Cheers!

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it's available through blockbuster's online/mail order rental service

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For what it's worth - answering a question posted 16 months ago - Netflix now offers it as streaming video online. I just watched it that way.

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I bought mine at Borders. I was thrlled to see that, as stated earlier, the entire "Live at the Alladin" performance is included, as I had already purchased that on VHS and wanted it on DVD.

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Just watched it via Netflix's Watch Instantly...meh, not that great. Came off as a bad take on The Blair Witch Project. The ending was something I could see coming a mile away, and I actually thought that the parody of art world people was better than the second half wasted on the obvious "Twist" ending.

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