One of the problems with being a film lover is that a lot of times, many of the movies you really want to see have no chance in hell of playing anywhere near you. You’re forced to wait for the DVD release of films that get a lot of chatter on the internets and such, like Shame or Martha Marcy May Marlene. Late last month we reported on a promising new service that aims to rectify this very issue. Tugg.com allows fans to campaign for films to screen at their local theater, and a necessary amount of people commit to attending a requested screening, Tugg will reserve the theater and ensure delivery of the film straight to your city.
Tugg.com announced today that SXSW Film Festival favorites The FP and The Loved Ones are now available theatrically through their program. The FP is a pretty ridiculous comedy set in a near post-apocalyptic future that focuses on two rival gangs who due out a turf way by way of a Dance Dance Revolution-type game. Conversely, The Loved Ones is described as Sixteen Candles meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and centers on a girl who takes matters into her own hands when a guy declines to go to the prom with her. Hit the jump to find out how you can request screenings of both films.