Movies SNOWPIERCER Expands written by Robert Reineke July 3, 2014 Sometimes a film needs help getting the word out, which in this case I’m happy to provide. SNOWPIERCER is expanding this week to 250 theaters. Considering it’s the best reviewed action film of the Summer to date and it stars Chris Evans, that’s a paltry roll out and it might get missed in the shuffle. You can find my review here. So consider this a friendly reminder. If nothing else, I guarantee the film will leave you with something to talk about, like how it plays with the “white savior” trope. Or the terrific performances by Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, and Song Kang-ho. If nothing else, the comments section could use some reactions. A list of showings can be found here and presumably in your local listings. SNOWPIERCER Expands was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related Snowpiercer 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post First Image Of The Man Of Steel From BATMAN V SUPERMAN! next post Photos: Warner Bros. Batman 75th Anniversary Exhibit You may also like CinemaCon 2013: Warner Bros. Presentation April 17, 2013 IMAX Goes “Behind The Frame” With THE... October 1, 2013 Dolby Cinema Provides A Moviegoing Experience Worth... March 29, 2016 Brand New INTERSTELLAR Trailer Explores The Cost... July 30, 2014 Paul Walker: 1973-2013 December 1, 2013 TURBO KID Is Coming To Save The... January 30, 2015 Retro Review: The Muck Encrusted Beauty of... October 31, 2014 Steven Soderbergh reimagines 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY January 14, 2015 The Pull Of ‘Gravity’ Intensifies With Another... July 25, 2013 David Goyer + Joseph Gordon-Levitt = SANDMAN? December 17, 2013 Robert Reineke Turns out there’s an explanation for the paltry release of Snowpiercer. Snowpiercer hits VOD on July 11th. At least everyone will have an opportunity to see it, although it looks like TWC is leaving money on the table. Then again, we don’t know what VOD numbers are. Maybe VOD is skyrocketing and that explains the box office slump, especially as televisions are bigger than ever and movie ticket prices are more expensive than ever.